Each year at InfoComm® there are always new and unique solutions among the smaller booths on the show floor.
Even as more economies begin to open, pro AV business sentiment has appeared to take a turn for the worse. Maybe with the additional clarity that comes from seeing details of governments’ phased reopenings, AV professionals have a better idea of what’s ahead.
How can AV integrators help customers now and tomorrow? How can they position their businesses for success while helping clients succeed during a pandemic? The answer: Walk the next mile in their shoes.
Finding its way in the post-lockdown world, digital signage is exploring new avenues. Joan Aixa, Director, Maverick AV Solutions Iberia, takes a look at the impact on businesses and what they should do to survive.
Shifting video trends are influencing the ways in which churches reach and engage with congregants, says Ian Sharpe, CEO of Promethean.
More devices connected to the network, increased wireless access, and a steep increase in the volume of content and data can leave room for temptation from outside attackers.
Read how two integral task members offer some insight into the new Rack Design for Audiovisual Systems standard and how it was developed.
The way we work together has undergone an abrupt modification. The line between work and home is as blurry as the future seems to be for the foreseeable future.
Hear from Kenneth Ng, Chief Executive Officer, Mojoworx Asia Limited Hong Kong, a task group member on the new Rack Design Standard.
With each passing week, more local economies are beginning to open, and AV professionals are planning for what’s next: going back to work in a way that doesn’t jeopardize the tenuous foundation from which we’re restarting.
Retailers are challenged to create enough engaging content to keep all that digital signage fresh. Increasingly, leading retailers are turning to what’s known as generative content.
In a recent webinar on secure collaboration, David Danto, Director of UC Strategy and Research at Poly, raises a few salient points about the state of the issue.
After plateauing for three weeks, there are some indications at least that things aren’t getting any worse for pro AV professionals during the COVID-19 pandemic. If anything, some may be turning a corner.
As demand for live streaming endlessly increases, and many in the AV industry are asked to provide these services for clients across verticals, it might be time to review the fundamentals of putting on an internet show.
Governments across the United States and around the world are preparing to ease restrictions and open their economies, even as the coronavirus pandemic continues its spread in many areas.
After a week when AVIXA Market Intelligence’s COVID-19 Impact Survey indicated a plateau in business sentiment, we see hints that companies are eyeing a positive turn.
One of the less conspicuous collateral concerns is how venue sound systems might fare sitting unused all that time.
If you are among the small business owners in the AV community, now is a time when you need guidance more than ever. AVIXA can help with you with AV support. We’re partnering with SCORE, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping small businesses, to bring you expertise on the business side.
Media architecture — you can think of it as digital signage taken to a next level of scale and immersion — combines the dynamism of digital installations with the placemaking of physical and architectural design.
Generally speaking, for the first time since AVIXA™ Market Intelligence began fielding the COVID-19 Impact Survey, perceptions of the pandemic’s effect have gotten no worse.