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AVWeek 480: No More Standards

Enough Is Enough

It seems that we’ve made it out of the witching hour safe and sound. But while the scares may be over, AV never stops. To help us look at the latest news coming out of the comemrcial side of the industry is Marketing Manager for Bogen Communications and one of SCN’s The Nine Kate Calderon, AV & Collaboration Manager for Henderson Engineers Erica Williams, Executive Editor for Emrald Expositions Craig MacCormack, and AV advocate Brad Grimes.

Digital Signage has made a growing trend in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Not just for businesses guiding consumers through stores safely, but companies like AVIXA are partnering with the Digital Signage Federation to bring events and conferences. This is not without some setbacks, including Exponation’s recent bankruptcy and cancelling of Digital Signage Expo, but what does this mean for digital signage? Looking at the trajectory of the digital signage space and where it could be going as we move through the pandemic.

The Open Control Architecture (OCA) Alliance is launching a new resource learning website to promote the AES70 standard for AV over IP solutions. As Andrew S. Tanenbaum once said, “the nice thing about standards is that you have so many to choose from.” Discussing the importance of groups like these in the AV over IP space. That said, are we reaching a critical mass for standards on AV over IP? How do we overcome this challenge?| GLAAM Media Glass is bringing their G-SMATT solution to the American market via a parntership with integration firm ANC. This weatherproof glass is embedded with micro LEDs and can last an estimated 100,000 hours of brightness. Looking at where these installations could be utilized in creating an experience, and the bright (pun intended) future of LED technology for experiential design.|

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