On the December episode of A State of Control, Steve Greenblatt an I were able to talk with a group of technology managers. Greg Brown from UCLA, Scott Tiner of Bates College, and Ernie Bailey from University of Arkansas
This month on EdTech we talk about designing multi-purpose classrooms, new products, and campus wi-fi. We ask the panel how important manufacturers training is and what they would like to see from companies in the coming
Barco is getting into the Huddle Space with Click Share. Are we moving into a post-switcher AV world? What do you need to know for whole house wiring? Plus, we talk about a computer virus that transmits over
While the rest of you are working away this week installing systems, debugging code, and giving your customers what they need I will be toiling away at a classroom in Beaverton, Oregon. Where, you ask? Beaverton. A small little
It's the day after Thanksgiving. What will the holiday shopping season mean for the AV market? What happens when an audio pro goes to a bad production? Sennheiser tries to lobby for rebates on those impacted by a new
On this episode of EdTech we talk about the state of streaming video on college campuses. Crestron and Extron both have new streaming devices. We talk about the benefits of regional shows. Plus, what are your worst classrooms on
It is the week of Thanksgiving in the U.S. It is almost mandatory that every blogger/writer pen some prose about what they are giving thanks for this week. It will usually be sweet, sappy, or funny. Of course my
We talk about the impact of the new National Electric Code on automation companies. Where should you put your racks? People are spending more time with mobile. How will that change our installations? Plus, we chat about the Internet
The International Special Events Society's (ISES Vancouver chapter has a fantastic webcast on all topics Event Staging related. The Shows are recorded live and broadcast on their YouTube channel.
The latest Episode titled: "How To Talk to your TD/Tech Supplier"
A few days ago we began a conversation on the AV Industry Professionals Group of LinkedIn asking when Crestron/AMX would stop making touchpanels. The real question came out in the discussion about how ProAV is moving toward consumer-grade
Apple says their ipTV won't be out till 2014. Crestron has a DM Streaming module. And SDXC cards are ready for 4K. We talk best practices and innovative display installations. Plus, one of our guests wins a Vaddio
Barco is getting into the corporate AV market. According to Harvard, home automation is the top trend for the next decade. Sony might be backpeddling on DLNA. And a patent conversation.Check out our YouTube channel, or the bottom of
There's a new Apple iPad coming out called the "Air". LG is making money making displays when other companies can't seem to. What is the infrastructure that will take us to 40 gig? The wireless spectrum is under attack