Certainly, there are places and reasons why facial recognition can help but do we really need it in sports arenas, donut shops and even shopping malls?
Harsh analysis, honest advice and serious calls to action were balanced with “Game of Thrones” and “Avengers: End Game” references in an extraordinary InfoComm 2019 presentation by QSC’s Joe Pham.
With artistic Ente Series, Leon Speakers at InfoComm 2019 and new director of strategy Melissa Price focus on architect- and customer-friendly aesthetically-pleasing audio.
We asked audio-visual product makers at InfoComm 2019 if they’re aware of their role in helping integrators create “wow” or exceptional experience for customers. Here’s what they said.
AV-over-IP reached an inflection point at InfoComm 2019 with myriad platforms and providers showcasing their solutions for a much-demanded need.
Baby boomers, gen X, millennials and gen Z each bring unique technology needs to the workplace. This webinar identifies solutions to help technology providers bridge the workplace generation gap.
Some of the most engaged crowds at InfoComm 2019 gathered around demonstrations of AV installer tools, gadgets & software that improve efficiency.
InfoComm products this year revolved around companies showing critical updates, not so much brand new AV products. Here are some recently-updated examples.
From two breakfasts in one day to multiple manufacturer-sponsored events every night, AVIXA CEO David Labuskes didn’t sleep much during InfoComm 2019.