Control systems programmer for Boston-based Riordan Brothers, a family-owned electronics design and installation company that specializes in home audio, video, communications, lighting and security systems, Hope Roth, CTS®, is a vocal supporter and champion of women in technology.
In her 30 years in the AV industry, Mary Cook, CTS®, has worked in contracting, applications engineering, design, and now consulting. Since 2012, she has worked for The Sextant Group as a project consultant based in the company’s Atlanta office.
InfoComm 2016 was a momentous occasion for newcomer to the AV design industry Tim Pile, CTS®.
Bong Valdez oversees technology for the Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group in Asia, including operations and development for the group’s growing portfolio of 13 operating hotels and six construction projects.
Nick Cheng, who is the new AVIXA Ambassador for Taiwan, has his fingers firmly on the pulse of the region’s AV industry.
Let’s Hear it for the Girls: How One AV Professional is Paving the Way for a New Generation of AV Talent
After more than 20 years in the AV industry, Joanne Ladio, CTS®, DSCE, Audiovisual Specialist at Michigan-based NBS Commercial Interiors, started thinking.
At University of Hong Kong (HKU), every member of the audiovisual team is required to go through InfoComm International’s CTS (Certified Technology Specialist™) programme.
AVIXA has launched its new install training program: Microcredentials.
Three years ago, the Hong Kong office of Vega received its first AVIXA AV Provider of Excellence (APEx) designation.
Sydney, Australia-based Corporate Technology Services (CTS) has long encouraged its employees to study for and achieve AVIXA's Certified Technology Specialist™ (CTS®) designation.
During the last 12 years, AV systems integrator Infinity Sound has developed a business model that relies heavily on reassuring its customers of its high level of performance, experience and training.
This session addresses owner and/or senior management transition strategy and eventual change of ownership.
Mahua Mukhopadhyay is part of a small and growing club of women leaders in India’s AV industry.
Crestron's Manager, Research and Development Dan Jackson describes his role at the company as “technological visionary.”
When Connor Kelly, CTS®, a site manager at Johnson Audio Video, first began working in AV, it was his background as a working drummer, interest in sound gear and experience with structured cabling that pointed him in the direction of a career in AV.
Revision Update: ANSI/AVIXA2M-2010 Standard Guide for Audiovisual Systems Design and Coordination Processes
At the Standards Plenary at InfoComm 2016, members of the 2M-2010 revision task group talked about it and here are a few key Q&A’s to give you an understanding of the direction it's going in.
The audiovisual market in the Indian subcontinent is projected to reach an astonishing US$5.4 billion by the end of 2016, according to the InfoComm Market Definition and Strategy Study for India.
A year into his AV career, 24-year-old system design engineer Jesse Scarborough, CTS®, chair of the new Young AV Professionals Committee, talked to AVIXA about his entry into the AV industry and his thoughts on how the industry can appeal to millennials and the next-generation AV workforce.
Self-professed AV/IT nerd, Donald Palmer wins the award for the longest job title: A/V Management Analyst for the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, Facilities and Security Office, Space and Facilities.
Hot on the heels of last year's first standalone AVIXAstandard (F501.01:2015 Cable Labeling for Audiovisual Systems), AVIXA's newest standard will address the need for uniformity and standardization in audiovisual rack building.