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March Webinar: Barco UniSee Video Wall System

During a free Commercial Integrator and TechDecisions webcast on Wed., March 28 at 2 p.m. EST, presented by AVI-SPL, attendees will learn what makes the Barco UniSee video wall system unique and valuable to their organizations. Chris Donaldson, Barco’s national accounts manager, will explain the key characteristics of Barco UniSee video wall system through short, instructional videos. CI and TD editor-in-chief Tom LeBlanc will explore with Donaldson what end users need to know to decide if Barco UniSee is right for them. Along the way, they’ll discuss:

  • UniSee View – Barco says it has optimized all aspects of LCD video walls with a reliable image with unmatched uniformity and a barely noticeable inter-tile gap.
  • UniSee Mount – Barco ensures precise alignment of panels without damaging sensitive edges with a completely redesigned mounting structure that adapts to the new generation of bezel-less video walls. And it allows for extremely fast installation.
  • UniSee Connect – In many applications, a video wall’s role is business-critical, so it needs to be operational at all times and scalable. Barco says it designed UniSee to ensure the system’s uptime.

Attendees can submit questions and get answers directly from Barco’s Donaldson during the live event.

Register for “Barco UniSee Video Wall System” >

AVI-SPL Talks Simple Command and Control Workstations

in this AV Network article, “Command & Control Workstations: Simplified but not Compromised,” AVI-SPL’s Joe Jackson discusses the trend toward simplified display workstations in command and control rooms.

Jackson, who is market manager for AVI-SPL’s Control Room Group (CRG), addressses:

  • The advantage of a single, wraparound display
  • The streamlining effect of a multi-window 4K display
  • When full 4K is needed

Share your command and control room project with AVI-SPL: or 866-559-8197.

Webinar Recording: AV-over-IP Networked Video Systems

This webinar looks at steps you can take to ensure your networked video systems are a success. Geordie Klueber, field sales engineer for Biamp, offers his advice during this event, which was presented by Tech Decisions and Commercial Integrator, and sponsored by AVI-SPL. Geordie covers:

  • Managing video within the limitations of the network infrastructure
  • Uplink bandwidth management
  • How the network manages the ability to multicast
  • Questions about AVB
  • Suggestions on how to mitigate common problems encountered with networked video solutions

Listen and watch the recording for “Pitfalls to Perks: Avoiding Peril With AV-over-IP Networked Video Systems” >

Download a pdf of the presentation >

See the World’s Best AV Integrator at Enterprise Connect 2018

Enterprise Connect is a prominent conference and exhibition for enterprise communications and collaboration in North America. The 2018 event is being held at Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center in Orlando, Fl.

See the expo overview, and be sure to visit AVI-SPL at booth 1143.

Use code AVISPL to Register for Enterprise Connect 2018 >

At the event, Chris Böttger, AVI-SPL vice president of services offerings development, will be part of a panel that will discuss how companies can choose among managed services offerings, whether such services are necessary for a company, and what impact the services will have on operations. See the information below to attend:

Title: Video and AV Managed Services – New Offerings Address New Enterprise Requirements
Date: March 13, 2018 (Tuesday)
Time: 1:45 – 2:45 PM ET (local time at the event)
Location (Room): Sun B

Maximize Office Real Estate With 3-30-300 Rule

To help decision-makers determine where their real-estate cost savings will be most valuable, Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)—a global professional services company specializing in real estate—established the 3-30-300 formula. The idea is that there is an average order of magnitude for a company’s cost per square foot—$3 in utilities, $30 in rent, and $300 in payroll.

A 10% increase in energy efficiency translates to a $.30/sq ft cost savings. A 10% reduction in rent yields a $3.00 cost savings. A productivity improvement of 10% equates to $30/sq ft of value.

This formula demonstrates why changes to the human experience has the greatest impact. Watch the video below to learn more. Our page, “Maximize Real Estate Savings With the 3-30-300 Rule,” includes a form so you can talk to us about reducing your real estate costs.