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.
On this week’s episode we dive into the untapped markets you may want to consider for your integration company. InfoComm has updated a new audio standard. There is an analytic company exhibiting at the InfoComm show in June.
Microsoft is getting into more into the education market. How to get involved in HALO projects and NHL projection mapping. Plus we look at how manufacturers should best handle firmware updates.
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.
ClearOne filed a patent lawsuit against Shure, Biamp, and QSC. We talk about how to educate your education clients on the benefits of 4K. Plus, what is the best way to connect with designers creating exceptional experiences?
Microsoft and Google announced patches to various products. We talk about when and how the audio visual industry will start to offer security updates. Where do our guests think video over IP will land and how? We also take the debate from AVNetwork on projectors versus whiteboards.
This week we talk about where acoustically transparent projection screens belong in commercial AV. How can millennials, Gen X, and boomers work together? We also look at the InfoComm TIDE conference and why you should attend.