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By Bob Snyder
We’re just past halfway in our SMART BUILDING POWER HOUR series and the first important fact we learned is that, despite the pandemic, the smart building market appears to be an irresistible force.
At the recent Almo Pro AV E4Evolution event, which this year took place all online, Kay Sargent, Senior Principal Director of WorkPlace at design, architecture, engineering, and planning firm HOK, illuminated the ways in which the pandemic has forced a change in the way people all over the world get through their working day.
Welcome to the new AVIXA.org! We’re inviting you to come in and take a look around at our new digital home. We want your feedback so that AVIXA.org continues to be part of your daily journey in the AV industry.
The AVIXA Work Remote series, composed of short, shareable videos, answers the basic questions you’ve been getting recently on how to improve audio, video, lighting, and network performance. These days, we’re all going virtual so feel free to share these AV tips.
By Bob Snyder
While there is still much debate about what defines a smart building, you can appreciate the term describes a moving target, an industry that is constantly adapting to new technology as the old silos of building management fall and converge onto shared networks.
Pro AV is our village, but wire (and fiber) is our church. We focus on the foundation of dependable connectivity. Co-instructors Joseph Cornwall, CTS-D, CTS-I, ISF-C, FOI, of Legrand, and Jose Mozota, CTS-I, HDBaseT Authorized Trainer, SDVoE Design Partner, of Freeman Solutions, Inc. have something they want to share with the Pro AV industry.
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, there continues to be innovation in learning, teaching, and space planning for K-12 and higher education. Educational facility experts were asked about the adjustments being made to planned construction, pedagogy, learning spaces, and emerging technologies.
For years flexible learning spaces have undergone rapid evolutions to accommodate new styles of learning. AV technology is at the center of these changes both as the impetus to create more interactive classroom experiences and as a reflection of the tools and knowledge sources central to learning.
Are you and your company looking for ways to give back and be that community for others? Here are some tips and recommendations for how you, as an AV professional, can pay it forward.
By Phil Lenger
A key feature of the LeFrak sales gallery is the suite of multimedia tools that enable their sales team to tell the Newport story.
By David Keene
In today’s AV landscape, pixel mapping – using high lumen video projectors to transform any space from a domed ceiling to the entire façade of a building or skyscraper into a stunning digital palette – can make any visitor put down their smartphone and watch in awe.