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While far from over, we have an end of the COVID pandemic in sight with the administration of vaccines. It might be some time before we return to normal, but as, and especially after, we defeat the virus that has brought so many changes to our work environments, we shouldn’t lose the innovation and lessons learned from our going through it.
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.
Congreso AVIXA: Integradores AV y diseñadores de iluminación deben trabajar en equipo para crear experiencias integradas
El reciente Congreso AVIXA representó una gran oportunidad para escuchar a profesionales de otras áreas de negocios que están íntimamente ligadas a nuestra labor en la industria de las experiencias audiovisuales integradas.
At its core, the AV industry is all about adaptability. The pandemic has definitely brought challenges to many in our industry, and there will be a lot of continued challenges ahead. But here we hope to inspire with a few stories of how new business and opportunities can emerge from a complete shutdown through to gradual reopening.
Getting everyone back to work safely and effectively is top of mind for most employers these days. One of the biggest challenges facing every employer is no official COVID-19 safety training (or certification) currently exists.
In July, Technisch Creative provided live production support to the Together Again Expo, one of the first large-scale events to return to the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, after the COVID-19 shutdown. The expo was created to demonstrate a safe and successful approach to large event production following loosening of restrictions in the state.
stores remain in phoenix mode, poised to evolve and adapt as they emerge from the ashes stronger than before. And perhaps even more now than in the future, technology will play a crucial role in this adaptation.
Innovation on virtual events began early in the pandemic for Vita Motus, which felt the earliest effects of the shutdown when work paused on the televised concert productions it produces in China. A rapid refocus toward digital capabilities revealed a vast cache of virtual offerings that Vita Motus had already produced.
The “hybrid” scenario is very much in swing, and new discoveries are happening through the calibration and recalibration of blended remote and in-venue entertainment experiences. It may be that in the stop-and-restart of large-venue use, we discover new ways to improve the in-person experience and generate new sources of revenue for years to come.
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.
“The new normal” is buzzy at best, but we also know that live events will not look the same for the foreseeable future. How can we adapt to survive? In our new series of video interviews, Events Reinvented, AVIXA speaks with top live event planners and producers to get the latest on how COVID-19 is impacting their work.
In his 23 years in the AV industry, 15 of them at Mesa, Arizona-based Level 3 Audio Visual, Jeremy Elsesser, CTS® -D, CTS-I, has made the most of industry training and education on both a personal level and as a champion of training opportunities for the wider AV community.
The wildfires devastating Australia’s New South Wales region are a sobering reminder of nature’s power.
On-court projection is a compelling new reason for fans to leave their homes and see a game in person.
A fundraising event a with a jaw-dropping AV installation that told a 360-degree visual story.
You can’t help but notice how sports teams, amateur and professional, have elevated the fan experience with advanced AV solutions.
When Daniel Wright, LEED GA, signed on to be part of the revision task group for the Audiovisual Systems Performance Verification standard, he was already well-versed in the standard and the problems it was designed to solve.