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.
Over half of Campus Safety’s survey respondents plan on or are considering emergency notification upgrades, while authority to issue alerts has shifted.
Monarch LCS, a new lecture capture offering showcased at InfoComm 2017, was demonstrated during a tour Matrox Video gave CI of their booth in Orlando.
Hospitals, schools and universities must develop security systems and processes to track when their video surveillance systems require repairs.
The Discovery Centre 40,000 square-foot science museum project was important to Nova Scotia and just as important to Nova Scotia-based Backman Vidcom.
Dedicated Yamaha UC department strengthens collaboration with Revolabs and broadens UC product portfolio, support and services.
Unique brightness-sensing programming for a NanoLumens LED video wall at ASU highlights a sprawling campus AV integration from Level 3 Audiovisual.
T1V’s ThinkHub collaboration solution was featured in NEC Displays of America’s InfoComm 2017 booth showing off the two companies’ bundled solutions and raising ThinkHub’s profile in the market.
D-Tool’s System Integrator (SI 2017) project solution was on display at their InfoComm 2017 booth – CI was there and received an exclusive booth tour.
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