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Businesses large and small are having to learn how to survive and adapt through the pandemic. For AV professionals, particularly those in the hard-hit live events industry, it’s a supremely challenging time. The following round-up of sessions from InfoComm 2020 Connected offers some guidance and inspiration for industry members during these difficult times.
During our recent Content Distribution and Media Power Hour webinar, our panel discussed production optimization. Here are some key takeaways.
Media Content Security is a hot topic in these days of increasing cyberattacks. Our experts discussed the issue during our recent Content Distribution and Media Power Hour webinar. Here were some key takeaways.
When in-person tours had to be cancelled, AVIXA jumped in and virtually showcased some of the coolest sights in Vegas! These videos will take you behind-the-scenes to see leading edge AV technology in action in higher education, hospitality, and entertainment. You’ll hear from the AV pros about their projects, the equipment and capabilities.
In today’s difficult economic climate, it’s imperative to increase your knowledge and learn new skills. Today’s workforce needs to be agile so that they can remain competitive. Management needs to mentor staff and provide a positive climate and strategy for training. Companies need to adapt quickly to rapidly changing conditions.
Early in the pandemic as the world shut down, we rushed to convert to an all-virtual world. AV technology was key to supporting that challenge. Now offices, classrooms, and spaces are either open or starting to open, but with new design strategies and implementations. AV technology again plays a key role in these new environments.
During InfoComm 2020 Connected, Sasha Harris-Cronin of BBI Engineering and Maria Mortati of Maria Mortati Experience Design discussed how interactive and immersive elements in museums and public spaces will need to adapt due to concerns over health and safety. Their session produced some very thoughtful questions from attendees.
We recently gathered a panel of experts to discuss Hardware ROI during our Content Distribution and Media Power Hour. View the webinar playback here!
BIM and Digital Twin were the topics for our May Smart Buildings Power Hour. Our panel – Craig Backman of ThoughtWire, Dr. Ken Dooley of Haltian, and Dr. Claire Penny of Invicara –provided insights to the moderator, Bob Snyder of Channel Media.