Canon Discusses AMLOS Solution, Key Collaboration Trends

Published: May 28, 2024

In this exclusive interview, industry leader Canon discusses its AMLOS solution and key collaboration trends. The conversation, which features Mitchell Hershkowitz, market and channel development specialist, and Tom Cusanelli, senior product marketing and planning specialist, is part of our Collaboration Today and Tomorrow (CT&T) offering. CT&T is, of course, a supplement to Commercial Integrator, focusing on the hybrid revolution, evolving workspaces and classrooms, and more.

Accordingly, David Danto, editor of CT&T, joins us for this conversation. David is the director of emerging technologies for the IMCCA, an association with which CI partners to publish Collaboration Today and Tomorrow.

Details on Canon AMLOS Solution, InfoComm 2024 Plans

In this nine-minute conversation, Dan Ferrisi, group editor, commercial and security, Emerald, chats with Danto, Hershkowitz and Cusanelli about all of the following:

  • The Canon AMLOS (Activate My Line of Sight) solution, which the company’s hybrid meeting solution, developed in the years following the pandemic. We share lots of details!
  • The fact that, today, nearly every meeting has both in-person and hybrid participants, which makes it imperative to have solutions that truly engage and include both categories of participant.
  • A preview of what Canon has planned for InfoComm 2024 in Las Vegas, including the opportunity not only to check out AMLOS but also to engage with the entire Canon portfolio. Of course, this includes cameras for the AMLOS platform as well as cameras that can be used to complement it.
  • Key strategies for integrators, consultants and other channel partners to engage with Canon and participate in its ongoing feedback loop.

Keep your eyes peeled for the upcoming June issue of Commercial Integrator + Security Sales & Integration. That’s the issue in which we proudly present the latest bound-in CT&T supplement. It includes a wide range of thought-leadership content, focusing on everything from videobars, to AI, to the enduring value of in-person events.

The June issue will, of course, drop shortly after the calendar flips to June.

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