Date Archives April 2011

Experts to Present Latest Findings in Telemedicine

Leading researchers and experts will deliver a briefing on recent findings and applications in the growing field of telemedicine. The event is scheduled for Tuesday, May 3 at the Tampa Convention Center, from 11am to noon, as part of the 16th annual American Telemedicine Association Meeting.  The press conference will also be streamed live by the American Telemedicine Assocation

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AVI-SPL designs, installs and supports telemedicine tools and digital media systems that transform healthcare facilities. Fill out our brief needs analysis form or give us a call at 1-800-282-6733 and let us know what you’d like to accomplish for next communications project.

RADVISION Brings Video Conferencing to Mobile Devices

RADVISION, a key AVI-SPL partner in providing seamless video communication solutions, recently announced SCOPIA Mobile V3, which allows users of Apple iOS and Google Android to participate in enterprise video and telepresence meetings. Users will be able to connect with full video, audio and H.239 data content management and delivery solutions. They can also view video and data at the same time, and take part in HD video conferencing via telepresence systems by Cisco, Logitech and Polycom.

Contact an AVI-SPL representative at (800) 282-6733, email us at sales@avispl.com, or click for more info on how AVI-SPL’s AV integration expertise can create the ideal video conferencing environment for your company.

Join AVI-SPL’s Webinar on Safeguarding Your Facility

AVI-SPL University logoJoin us on May 10 at 1 p.m. for Litigation vs. Implementation: Safeguarding Your Facility, presented by Bosch and hosted by AVI-SPL.

During this webinar, you’ll learn how code changes are affecting emergency communication systems, and what you can do to keep your facility prepared in the event of life-threatening situations. AVI-SPL’s webinars are designed to inform attendees about the latest trends and developments in the audio-video industry.  Our past presenters include NEC, Polycom and Four Winds Interactive.

Click here for more info and to register for the event. Please bookmark the AVI-SPL events page and visit it often for updates and webinar topics. We look forward to having you join us!

Polycom Breaks Ground with EagleEye Director

EagleEye DirectorForget using remote tilt, pan, and zoom to focus on a speaker or even having to wear an IR receiver. With Polycom’s EagleEye Director, cameras and microphones can zero in on the active speakers during a video conference, and seamlessly transition back to the group. It can be used with any Polycom telepresence solution, including HDX systems. The EagleEye Director’s array of seven microphones can be used to locate speakers in rooms of variety sizes and shapes. Because of its 99 preset camera locations, the EagleEye Director is ideal for classrooms or other non-conference type layouts. See a demonstration of this amazing new conferencing solution.

Complete AVI-SPL’s brief needs analysis form so we can help you incorporate video collaboration solutions into your business environment.

Configure the On-Screen Display Controller in SMART Notebook Software 10

An On-Screen Display Controller helps preserve your projector lamp or flat-panel display. It detects the presence of a screen saver, and when the screen saver activates, the On-Screen Display Controller turns off the projector lamp or flat-panel display after a specified time.

As soon as you touch the interactive screen or move the mouse, the On-Screen Display Controller turns the projector lamp or flat-panel display back on.

You can also use the On-Screen Display Controller to switch between a resident computer and a guest laptop, and to control other functions of the projector or flat-panel display, such as volume, power and input source, by pressing the screen.

You can use the Control Panel buttons to put your projector into standby, adjust the brightness and contrast of the projected image, and switch the display source from the internal computer to a laptop or a VCR or DVD/Blu-ray player.