Projectors form an essential part of many AV installations and a fast-paced and competitive market means that AV professionals can now choose from a wide range of models, reports Andrew Williams.
The pro AV channel in Turkey desires the same high quality products and high levels of service of any of Europe’s top markets, finds Adrian Pennington.
AV technology in internal communications has once again regained its position as a major part in meetings infrastructure, reports Andrew Williams.
Interactive presentations are much-hyped but the results can be obscure. So it’s good to find a well-documented example that really delivers. Peter Lloyd looks at how the Army met and exceeded its targets.
Make sure your AV content remains secure and reaches only intended users. The IT team will be assessing how vulnerable the company’s host network is to attack through your attached AV equipment, says Steve Montgomery.
Clive Couldwell gets together with the serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Lifesize to talk about technology innovations in the pipeline and hear about his corporate development plans.
In this, the first part of our discussion session where we engage a section of the AV industry’s consultancy base, George Cole reports on the issues raised and makes some intriguing discoveries.
As a high profile software, data and media company whose bread and butter is disseminating information faster and more accurately than anyone else, and whose pride in its increasingly sophisticated high technology customer and UC delivery spaces is clear to see, you’d have thought AV had quite rightly justified its place at the company’s high table. Clive Couldwell reports.
Large scale projection and content playback techniques were put to the test when creating a water-inspired world for a Swedish fashion exhibition. Zoe Mutter went beneath the surface of the trend-setting tech triumph.
Specialist AV distribution is still alive and relatively well, says Peter Lloyd. But the companies involved need to focus on their strengths and change to meet the demands of changing technology
The team at Sparling applied its expertise in multi-use facility development to produce an audio package for a sports venue that would be suitable for a range of events. Zoe Mutter finds out why Harman was a sound choice.
There’s no denying the impact virtual reality technology is having on the games world, but what effect will it have on the wider AV industry?
Internationally recognised brand Etihad Airways required audio visual technology and a venue that would do justice to a prestigious press launch and performances. Zoe Mutter discovered how the event AV experts at Aventeq delivered a supreme solution at Palacio de Cibeles in Madrid.
Passenger numbers are on the up and AV vendors are reporting strong growth both in Europe and further afield, Paul Bray reports.
Maximising consumer engagement was the goal for Stansted Airport when it installed a 12 metre long LED screen. Zoe Mutter investigates why a curved product was the only option for creating a high-flying experience for airside travellers.
Audio columnist Roland Hemming takes a look at what happens when your audio system fails during use. What you should do about it and how you can prevent a repeat of this problem in the future.
Clive Couldwell wanders into another world as he discovers the wonders of a new WW2 AV project perfectly executed in one of the National Trust’s most engaging properties.
The company’s rebranding of its technologies has sparked some user concerns. But despite some confusion and potential deployment challenges it looks like being good news for the AV community.
AV technologies and their linked business opportunities change, but teamwork and a commitment to customers’ needs can help companies survive and prosper, as Peter Lloyd found in an interview with Saville AV’s Ed Everard.
Videowall and LFD buyers are faced with multiple options. Paul Bray helps you make an informed decision.
AR is finally maturing from research lab and specialist areas to become a relevant technology for the b2b space, reports Adrian Pennington.