Freeman has weathered many challenges in its 93-year history, but none have posed the same devastating potential to our industry as the spread of COVID-19. The events industry can survive this, but to do so, we must speak with a united voice to drive awareness of the significant impacts we’ve all experienced.
In a survey of AVIXA AV Intelligence Panel members, fielded March 17-19, 87 percent of AV providers and 83 percent of AV end users said their companies have felt a negative impact from the coronavirus pandemic. Roughly one-third of each characterized it as a “large negative impact.”
As Director of Learning and Development at the digital workplace services provider AVI-SPL, Sherri Beck is passionate about encouraging employees to enhance their skill set and achieve greater success personally and professionally.
In her role as Business Development Manager at Mad Systems and advisory board member of Women of Digital Signage, Brandy Alvarado places great value on forming connections, encouraging mentorship, and promoting education and certification.
With all the AV industry changes over the past few years, there’s no stronger trend than the evolving nature of the workforce, on both the AV provider and client side.
As many airports invest millions in infrastructure, they’re allotting more to AV technology that makes travel more enjoyable, markets a terminal’s vendors, engages the public, brands a city, conveys information, and more.
Top AV companies are leveraging AV/IT integration to meet demand, moving customers to more AV/IP, and leveraging AVIXA membership and resources to position themselves for success in a fast-growing but rapidly changing market.
Media architecture can help transform a terminal by influencing passengers’ moods or branding a city.
Almo Corporation’s Melody Craigmyle explains the success of the company’s RU provider program and the benefits of bringing education to the entire AV community.
Miguel explains that both audio equipment manufacturers and AV integrators face different challenges when it comes to presenting a videoconference solution to their customers.
The wildfires devastating Australia’s New South Wales region are a sobering reminder of nature’s power.
Even as AVIXA’s CTS® programs for the installed AV industries become the “gold standard” of AV professional credentials world-wide, a few individuals stand out from the crowd.
In the fast-paced technology sphere, strategic engagement between the hospitality and audiovisual industries has become a key dynamic for both as they look to create intrepid, yet efficient, designs that yield increasingly robust returns on investment.
Increasingly, colleges are integrating audiovisual technology into learning spaces.
More and more professionals in the AV industry are seeking CTS® certification from AVIXA™, including Leandro Insua, CTS, a Pre-Sales Manager at ICAP GLOBAL Argentina.
There are more women in the AV industry every day. From areas of sales, marketing, and content development, to design and engineering, the presence of women in the industry has influenced and encouraged recruiting diverse talent, backgrounds, and skillsets of professionals
At airports around the world, clever uses of audiovisual technology are reshaping the passenger experience.
In her own words, Emily Webster, Head of Media Architecture, describes how ESI Design created a new front door for eBay’s Silicon Valley corporate campus.
Lectrosonics President Gordon Moore explains the value of CTS-D and CTS-I certifications and how AV manufacturers can benefit by incentivizing customers to certify their staff.
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.