We interview Thom Mullins of Affiliated Engineers Incorporated about the newly revised InfoComm standard on coverage uniformity. Our panel looks at installing audio, video, and lighting on one of the world’s tallest buildings. NEC has increased the warranty on one of their display lines. Why do warranties matter to the customer, the integrator, and consultants?
Each year, Harry Meade gives us a sense of the health of the AV industry gauged by how many giveaways there are. This is that report. Josh Srago and Bradford Benn also give us their take on InfoComm 2017. Plus, we tell you how you can get the world’s best butter cake recipe.
On June 28, 2017 it was publicly announced that Legrand purchased Milestone AV. AVNation’s Tim Albright hosted a panel to discuss this news and its impact. Tim brought together a diverse group representing various portions of the AV industry, investment, manufacturing, integration, and end user.
Harman and IBM are getting together for commercial-grade voice control. What is the viability of voice control in commercial audio video installations? PSA has purchased USAV. Plus, how will CODA Audio fare as they enter the US market.
Should “Green” specs influence design and integration decisions? What is the most secure way to implement remote management solutions? Plus, we look at what certifications AV techs should go after first.
Do you have a solid data backup plan in place? We lost a show before publishing so, on this recovery version of the show we look at what the proper process for backing up. Just what are the best systems to do so, is hardware or software the best tact? Tim also discusses how the language of IT and AV needs some translation, what words do we need to ensure that we are communicating the right information.