Latest entries by Dan Daley
BLOG: Networking for AV Integrators—Are They Getting It?
While the current generation of network systems has brought a number of improvements that make them friendlier to AV systems integrators, the industry is still in a transitional era, and there is plenty to be learned.
Why #DaytonaRising Should Be Trending After Daytona 500
NASCAR's $400 million rebuild of Daytona International Speedway venue may have taken 20 years, but the the facility, known as Daytona Rising, is a technological marvel with truly massive amounts of audio and video.
Airports Tap AV to Be Less Annoying
Airport digital signage and audio opportunities are spreading to retail, restaurants and even live sound stages.
Inside the Bureaucracy: How to Crack the Government Integration Market
Crestron’s Gregory Fechner reveals advice for integrators hoping to infiltrate the government market, including initial steps to take and common pitfalls to avoid.
Top 10 Dante-Enabled Products
Audinate’s Dante digital networking system has become ubiquitous throughout the pro audio sector, from installed sound to touring sound to recording and post studios.
A Brief Conversation With Dante
At the recent AES Show in Los Angeles, Audinate CEO Lee Ellison talks with CI about Dante: the digital audio networking technology, the possibility of adding video, the 160 licensed manufacturers, and the product's remarkable progress.
Digital Signage Has Entered Its ‘Talkies’ Phase
Sound is increasingly part of the picture for digital signage as demonstrated with audio product releases at Digital Signage Expo 2014.
Small Church, Big Holiday Show
The Christmas pageant at GraceWay Bible Church built its central control solution over the last five years.
Five Horses Tavern’s Do It Yourself Noise Control
Boston restaurateur combines research, advice and sweat equity to conquer a raucous room.
Advanced Helps GE Showcase Infrastructure Technology
Advanced wins 2013 Integration Award in corporate category for GE Global Innovation Center.