Curry College has improved its already-successful Program for Advancement of Learning (PAL) by working with an integration firm to design assistive technology solutions for students with learning disabilities.
No longer is AV-over-IP a taboo subject – the distribution method has taken off, especially following the past two InfoComms. Let’s take a look at why that is.
A few new products highlighted Crimson AV’s InfoComm 2017 booth, including an outdoor display called the Wallros WTV55 and a line of outdoor enclosures.
Building off relationship with the Washington Department of Transportation, Diversified helps monitor road safety, reduces bumps in road at control center.
Chief’s ODMLA25 outdoor display mount solution uses galvanized plating, outdoor primer and outdoor-rated paint to provide years of protection.
Free Chapel’s new stage was designed by Mankin Media to feel like pastors are leading ‘in the round,’ enhancing community participation values.
The new T5 Series of conference room tables was on display at this InfoComm 2017 booth. Middle Atlantic gave CI a tour during the show.
The seventh annual BEST Awards winners highlight the first day of InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, Florida. See the slideshow for the results.
FSR’s InfoComm 2017 booth will focus on infrastructure enhancements, such as wall boxes, under-table wire management, charging stations and more.
With an ‘Innovation Pavilion’ within its InfoComm 2017 booth, Middle Atlantic aims to showcase innovation with new conference tables, mounts, and more.
Winsted M-View Rize sit/stand monitor wall is specifically designed for flexible workstations that allow users to decide whether they’ll sit or stand to complete tasks.
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