Announced last year, at InfoComm 2017 Kramer is taking orders and shipping its no-programming required, data-collecting, cloud-based, scalable automation platform Kramer Control.
More AV technology is being connected to the network than ever before. We sat down with an AV integrator to find out what end users should know about AV connected to the network.
Traditional conference cameras are not made for huddle rooms. Logitech Meetup conference camera is designed for these small meeting spaces and launches at InfoComm 2017.
Leyard LED MultiTouch interactive video wall plus AR broadcast solution Leyard Reality Studio and a 0.7 mm ultra-fine pitch LED video add up to a busy InfoComm 2017 for Leyard and Planar.
Announced at Infocomm 2017, InFocus ConX ecosystem offers cloud-based video conferencing services to a broad array of software and hardware endpoints, and enables real-time collaboration.
Middle Atlantic’s T5 Series Conference Tables, the first conference table offering for the AV furniture maker launching at InfoComm 2017, packs in installation-friendly features and a business opportunity.
A slew of AV-over-IP product introductions at InfoComm 2017 demonstrate that the once-taboo AV distribution approach is now embraced — as long as it’s done right.
Paul Konikowski of PK Audiovisual sums up AV as a Service succinctly and as a customer demand opportunity that the AV industry should embrace.
It doesn’t take Sherlock Holmes or Woodward and Bernstein to notice that something is up with Kramer. The AV solutions manufacturer appears restless and ambitious. It’s not just that Kramer, which had done little more than dabble in automation, launched at InfoComm 2016 Kramer Control aiming to virtually eliminate the need for programming with the […]
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