When Business Interiors updated its conference spaces with new AV, the goal was to create spaces where vendors could train and present to customers. Utilizing a unique architectural system, Dirtt, the project created some interesting audiovisual specification. Corona Integrated Systems rose to meet the challenge in a short time frame.
NEC Display Solutions, designers of projection and display technology, holds its annual Partner Showcase in NYC every year. This year’s show saw some new announcements for cool new tech, as well as the familiar NEC products that have impressed us all year long.
Forbes compiled a list of 5 new technologies that companies should start to consider integrating into businesses.
The Miami Worldcenter is the second largest urban development in the United States, and the PARAMOUNT residential tower being constructed there promises to be just as larger-than-life. When a sales gallery was constructed to help sell the condominiums as the tower went up, employees needed a way to showcase the animations and renderings of what the spaces would look like. A 323 square foot Planar video wall was constructed in the space to show just how impressive the PARAMOUNT tower condominiums would be.
When this NYC media company called on Everglades Technologies to help them outfit its open office space and dozens of conference rooms with AV, Everglades had to pull off some cool automation to make sure the media company could stay in control without things getting too complicated.
Sherwin Greenblatt was an employee of Bose for many years, even becoming the company President, before he began teaching at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. When he arrived at the school he found a number of students and faculty interested in starting their own businesses, but with the STEM focus of the school unable to receive the business education they needed to become successful. To help these students, Sherwin now runs the Venture Mentoring Service, and today the service flourishes.
When the San Diego County Regional Airport Authority decided to have its council chamber audiovisual system overhauled, there were a number of considerations to take into account. Content sharing through displays, voice amplification through microphones and speakers, and recording of meetings were all pertinent to the missions of the Airport Authority. ITAV Solutions helped the company meet its goal.
Polycom’s Workplace of the Future event in NYC showed a sneak-peak preview of their new products, including RealPresence Trio, RealPresence Debut, RealPresence Centro, RealPresence Medialign and RealPresence Concierge. The slew of new products promises to usher offices and meeting spaces into the future through intuitive control and ease of use. We have a roundup of the full capabilities of these new products.
Corporate TD attended the inaugural CorpComm Expo in Atlanta and found a number of communications technologies for end users worth noting.
Collaboration in the workplace is currently in a state of transition. What was collaboration – a whiteboard or easel – is out of the picture and what is currently touted as collaboration may not be collaboration after all. There is a lot of confusion about what collaboration is right now, but less about where collaboration should be in the future. Learn more in our article about what the future of collaboration in the workplace will look like.