The professional AV industry will lose relevance if integrators can’t offer better control and automation solutions than those consumers already get on their own. Industry professionals must “up their game” on all levels to provide a more consistent, easy-to-use, reliable, and robust user experience.
With a proactive set of solutions and the right community to support your work, you can capitalize on making your customers safer, happier, and more productive.
Smart buildings are the building blocks for smart cities, if their capabilities are leveraged efficiently.
Matrox’s Maevex 6100 Quad Encoder Card and its entire Matrox Video Wall and H.264 based AV-over-IP portfolios will be displayed at Integrated Systems Europe.
Intel’s open pluggable specification (OPS) can help simplify installation and management and help you keep up as the Internet of Things accelerates digital signage demand.
Workplace data from IoT can prove invaluable aiding corporate planning for deployment of rooms and tech solutions. But who should own that data?
In order to fuel better solutions and stay on the front edge of what customers are looking for, the integration industry is going to need to accelerate its learning pace to understand how AV can properly maximize the power of IoT.
Graeme Harrison, Biamp’s EVP of marketing explains the ins and outs of AVB/TSN, from its definition to what it means for the pro-AV industry.
As more building owners seek integrated systems that not only increase operating efficiencies but also provide safety measures, it’s up to integrators to deliver the interoperable, future-proof systems that will last.
App and software development may be keys to better management of service contracts and new customer solutions. So be nice to your programmers.