Improve the Passenger Experience in Transportation Hubs
Immersive AV installations entertain and relax travelers while also delivering critical communications and creating a unique identity for transportation centers.
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According to AVIXA’s 2020 Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA) the transportation market spent $11.78 billion on pro AV products and services in 2020 and the market is growing at a CAGR of 9.5%. Explore our market intelligence to understand how and where your peers are investing to stay competitive in years to come.
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By Sean Wargo
Sean Wargo, senior director of market intelligence at AVIXA, discusses the future of audiovisual technologies in the transportation sector.
By David Haynes
Vendors and attendees can debate the merits of a focused trade show for the digital signage industry, and even the squishy merits of the term digital signage, but one thing that the pandemic has made very evident is a need and desire for the collective industry to get together.
By David Haynes
Direct View LED video walls are increasingly THE walls in a variety of environments, from flagship retail to shopping mall concourses. They can look amazing, but they can also make people who have experience with LED very nervous - because LEDs and the general public don't always play well together.
By David Haynes
Direct view LED has rapidly become a mainstream product in digital signage, but while the display technology is seeing rapid and diverse adoption, it’s clear much of the pro AV ecosystem is still trying to sort out what it is and how to differentiate the huge assortment of products and suppliers.
As we look ahead to the next year and wonder how brands and retailers will communicate with us, we’re going to hold them to a high standard: how human are your virtual experiences? Video content and apps are more than just placeholders and distractions, they need to connect, immerse and understand us.
Digital signage has recently proven to be a critical part of our business strategy due to COVID-19. One which has forced a radical change in our business, as our collective customers have adapted to this new situation. Digital signage is one aspect of our business that has not necessarily declined or been delayed.
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.
Historically, buildings have been pretty set in stone. Architectural flexibility was the exception not the norm. Today, however, we live in a remarkable moment—a time when our spaces can shift with the flick of a hand across a keyboard. We can write an algorithm that turns a doorstep into a portal and build a canvas that paints (and even serenades) itself.
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.
While networking remains relegated to mostly remote and virtual means these days, our on-screen personas matter even more. And as professional colleagues get a glimpse of each other’s personal lives in video meetings, it might be the perfect time to think about working on your branding.
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.
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.
Mastering communication, standardization, documentation, lessons learned, and especially maintaining relationships with all the people involved in a project are some of the main reasons it is worth applying project management methodologies in digital signage.
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.
By Sean Wargo
The pandemic ground travel down to a minimum as restrictions were put in place, events were cancelled, and companies shifted to remote work and collaboration. Even as traffic going through major transportation hubs such as airports and train stations has decreased, the slowdown has not necessarily meant the halting of technology projects within them.
Many of us have been asked about the safety of touch screens, and what we would replace them with in stores, museums, lobbies, and transit hubs. As our clients look to us to tell them what is coming next, it’s challenging to balance knowing what people will need years from now, when we don’t even know what schools will be doing in a month.
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.
Meeting for the 2020 annual InfoComm® AVIXA® Women’s Council Breakfast on a virtual platform may have been a first for many of us, but all members in attendance could unanimously agree on how particularly significant the event was for us this year.