Carnival Cruise Lines completed its new fleet operations center (FOC), courtesy of systems integrator Constant Technologies.
Did you know manufacturers are anxious to work with integrators to market their products to end users?
Immersive, 3D, or spatial audio systems—label them as you wish—are hardly new. But 2018 is beginning to feel like the year that immersive audio will go mainstream.
AV technology is fundamental layer GM World in Detroit, MI.
The 2018 SCN/InfoComm Product Installation Awards showcase the most innovative commercial AV products of 2017.
While emergency notification systems need to be assessed and designed by experts in the field, it’s useful to stay current with the latest safety codes as they pertain to AV and notable offerings in audiovisual technology.
The SDVoE Alliance has created a new training and certification program.
To help with your InfoComm 2018 show prep, SCN spoke to AV veterans to find out what they hope to see on the show floor this year, what their strategy is for covering the show and using the knowledge they learn, and how a newcomer could best take advantage of the experience.
Let’s face it—you probably already know Alesia Hendley. In just over a year, she’s burst onto the pro AV scene with her trademark smile, social astuteness, and extreme networking skills. The 29-year-old has been working in audio her whole life, but made a conscious decision to get more involved in the industry in late 2016. She began reaching out to industry influencers via social media and asked them for their top tips. The rest, as they say, is history.
Kaleo Lee has deep industry roots. His father bought his first AV company in 1978. When Lee was five, his father bought The Audio Visual Company (AVCO) of Hawaii, and Lee spent his entire life around the AV industry. His strong family background combined with his energetic vision for the future and strong leadership skills means Lee is primed for success in the AV world.
With a degree in electrical engineering from UCLA, you’d be forgiven for wondering how he’s come to working with DSPs instead of engineering them. In fact, he really didn’t even know much about the AV industry until some friends introduced him to the integration firm TEECOM, where he landed one, then two, internships during college. But then he never looked back.