In this blog mini-series Brahler’s Jason Williams provides the facts about using wireless technology in the conference room, discusses the advantages and disadvantages of different technologies, and gives some useful tips and advice on about how to get the best from your wireless discussion system.
Paradigm’s Greg Jeffrey’s reflects on this year’s InfoComm in Las Vegas.
The life cycle of AV companies tends to be governed who they are owned by (or how keen on personal enrichment the founders were) and their adaptability, says Peter Lloyd.
The past 12 months have seen dramatic change in the AV sector. The market is developing faster than ever and the impact of high quality AV solutions is growing in prominence, as product innovation and the quantity of rich content produced both increase, along with rocketing customer demand, says Damien Weissenburger, head of presentation and communication at Sony Europe.
When it comes to providing wireless microphones for conferences, conventions, seminars and other events with large groups of people there are several factors that are critical, with so many people crammed into a small geographical footprint you can guarantee that wifi frequencies will be over crowded. Paul Ward, international sales and marketing manager, Brähler, shares his views.
With Easter approaching and retailers bracing themselves for a busy holiday shopping period, many will be considering digital signage as a means of optimising the potential of every customer interaction.
Creative types working for the production arm of the AV industry have moaned about purchasing and procurement for years. You just shouldn’t buy videos or events using the same methods that are used to buy paper clips or hardware components, they argue.
Sometimes it can take months to come to the right conclusions about a show, depending on when and whether the proferred products actually appear, and in what form.
Roland Dreesden, managing director of Reflex, shares his views on the recent ISE trade show in Amsterdam.
Gemma Platt, Casio Projectors, explains why failure to modernise to the latest AV standards has resulted in half a million pupils in UK schools being taught with outdated AV equipment
Matt Thames, blogger and brand manager for Selby Acoustics, rounds up the best of the new tech at the show.
Gemma Platt, Casio Projectors, explains how investing in the right AV can bring real benefits to the classroom, the purse strings and the environment.
Video conferencing has finally become a tool for everyday business use, and this, Imago Group’s MD Ian Vickerage asserts, is because you no longer have to understand the technology in order to make it work, and prohibitive costs are a thing of the past.
Is secure video-conferencing the answer? Dan Tanel, chief technology officer, BCS Global gives his view.
Collaboration is flavour of the month, if not the decade, and we can look forward to a highly interactive ISE. But is it going to be the AV sector’s saviour or its nemesis?
Dave Bethell, chief executive officer Just Lamps, discusses the issue of fake lamps that has been infiltrating the market.
Damien Weissenburger, head of presentation and communication business group, Sony Professional Europe, comments on the importance of BETT.
Midwich’s AV director and co-owner Darren Lewitt asks: in today’s market, just why do we think that creativity is still the most important business attribute?
Panasonic’s decision to close the last of its plasma screen production facilities, announced this week, may herald the beginning of the end for that particular display technology, which has been on the market for less than 20 years.
Job interviews via video conferencing have many advantages to offer HR teams from a commercial, environmental and logistics perspective. This guest blog looks at its uptake in the HR world across the globe as flexible working and globalisation continues to gather pace.
We have been alerted to a very worrying situation we thought you should all be aware of. Many thanks to Dennis Silverlock of Phoenix AV via Mike Henry at Lampz for letting us know.