AVIXA's new publication provides guidance and current best practices for securing networked AV systems of all sizes.
Partnerships will utilize VITEC's EZ TV IPTV and Digital Signage Platform and ATX's carrier-grade UCrypt IP gateways
Panasonic Corporation will release face recognition server software using deep learning technology beginning in July 2018.
The number of registered visitors by the end of the show had reached 80,923, an increase of 10.3 percent on the 2017 edition. Importantly, almost 20,000 visitors attended the last day of the show.
Ask Jeff Von Horn, sales and engineering manager, and Joe Jackson, market manager of AVI-SPL’s Control Room Group what's the biggest AV game-changer for command and control rooms in 2018, and they both agree.
multiCAM Systems, an integrated video production specialist serving the broadcast and professional AV markets, will unveil its first self-branded PTZ camera for live production at the upcoming ISE 2018 Show (February 6-9, Amsterdam RAI, Stand 13-F140).
The Technology Manager's Guide to Remote Monitoring
Should command and control centers be equipped with 4K and 8K video systems—and how should you go about it?
Monroe Electronics has introduced HALO, an enterprise-level Emergency Alert Systems (EAS) management solution designed to oversee all encoders/decoders and facilitate command of all connected EAS devices within an organization.
NewBay's AV/IT Weekly Update, sponsored by Datapath, puts industry news in context for IT and AV professionals.
"Context and data matters, but we can’t lose sight of the end user experience."
Monroe Electronics and its Digital Alert Systems subsidiary are offering guidance for Monroe One-Net and Digital Alert Systems' DASDEC users on the upcoming national periodic test of the Emergency Alert System (EAS).
The 2017 LEVA Digital Multimedia Evidence Training Symposium will address the increased interest in artificial intelligence (AI), as well as other emerging technologies and techniques for law enforcement video professionals throughout its five-day training program.
AV/IT Talks are short (10 minutes in length), TED-inspired presentations. Each AV/IT Talk succinctly and passionately shares a recent AV/IT case study, design plan, new paradigm, and or challenge/solution. A brief Q&A follows each AV/IT Talk. The NYC AV/IT Leadership Summit audience will be approximately 80-90 attendees.
NanoLumens will host a webinar on the issue of public display hacking on August 8, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. EDT titled “Public Display of Infection: The Top 10 Steps For Protecting Against Hackers.”
The differences between multi-room and in-room approaches are in the cabling and infrastructure, but is comes down to the CODECs to deal with those differences.