Tom LeBlanc explains how integrators should be helping customers pull in more data and integrate systems in control room applications.
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Boo! Were you scared? Probably not, at least not without a ton of AV technology — the kind found in all haunted houses these days.
The Eaton 208/220v lowers cost of ownership while introducing flexible deployment and more to the company’s uninterruptible power supply line.
Hilton plans to utilize Internet of Things and smart technology in some of its 825,000 hotel rooms in 103 countries in the coming years.
Dan Newman explains that the data-driven business is a good thing for integrators, which means it’s a good thing for end users too.
The 1158 input module can replace eight zones from an old system using a DMP panel in the same location as a non-DMP panel.
De Beers hired AV integration firm Teatrx to outfit its office with a suite of AV and IT technology for better conferencing and unified communications.
Distribution agreements between BTX and Dataprobe add a full line of remote power control products for AV and IT to the company’s portfolio.
The MediaCentral platform from Avid has introduced its media production suite, a scalable solution for live and post production audio applications.
While the AV industry is very much its own entity, AVIXA knows that without the IT side of things you won’t have an integrated experience.