When Verizon wished to create a second Innovation Center in San Francisco, they called on former partners Whitlock and Cavanaugh Tocci Associates to outfit them with state-of-the-art collaborative A/V technology.
Learn how to use digital signage effectively in an emergency situation.
If you can’t understand what a technology manufacturer or integrator is saying, ask them to speak human.
St. Louis University’s Center for Global Citizenship (SLU) uses a video wall and Polycom videoconferencing technology to connect students to places around the world. See some of the design challenges on this A/V project and learn how SLU overcame audio and lighting issues to create a stellar project.
When Innosight expanded to the first floor of their office in Lexington, MA, they needed up-to-date audiovisual solutions to help interact with clients. Red Thread provided integration to several rooms including the corporate lobby, business design lab, café , and conferencing areas.
Using AtHoc Emergency Mass Notification Software, Texas A&M has the ability to integrate its mass notification systems and alert staff and students across 11 platforms. Most alerts can be sent out in minutes.
Stonehil College turns to solar panels to power campus
For many enterprises, the days of large connected conference rooms are dwindling while smaller ‘huddle rooms’ are on the rise.
Solstice 2.0 runs on original Solstice features while providing four new features.
When Havas needed a system to display presentations for bus advertisements, Verrex helped them to install a tri-screen projection system in main presentation room.