Category AVI-SPL in the News

See InfoComm 2015 With AVI-SPL

Next week, tens of thousands of people will descend upon the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando for InfoComm 2015. While there, they’ll see the latest audiovisual and video communication systems meant to improve the way organizations of all types run their operations.

The company I work for, AVI-SPL, will be there too, demonstrating and explaining our ability to take those products and turn them into solutions for unified communications, digital signage, integrated AV, advanced visualization, control room spaces and video collaboration.

To help guide visitors seeking to learn about AVI-SPL and why we are the integrator and end-to-end solutions provider trusted by thousands of companies, we’ve created our own InfoComm show page. At this page, we have the schedule of speaking engagements featuring our experts; the schedule of our guided technology tour of booths for Microsoft, Crestron and more; and a form for getting in touch with us.

We look forward to seeing you at the show.

The New Era in AV Control

Working with our experts affords me the opportunity to appreciate how talented they are, and how dedicated they are to their profession. In this case, I’m thinking of David Thorson, AVI-SPL’s senior manager of programming architecture.

David has spoken before about what companies should expect from an AV system and how they can protect their investment. In the paper “Simpler, Automated, IT-Friendly: The New Era in AV Control,” he explores advances in AV programming and what AVI-SPL is doing to make sure users of all experience levels can easily make use of a room’s AV and video.

Find out where AV programming is today and what that means for businesses that rely on audiovisual systems.

Download David’s look at the new era in AV system control.

Helping Seattle’s Traffic Operators See the Big Picture

As Seattle has continued to grow with the influx of new tech companies, while limited by the lack of space for new roads, the Seattle Department of Transportation has had to transform as well. The SDOT has improved its ability to monitor traffic  from its rebuilt Transportation Operations Center.

To keep track of city traffic, the SDOT monitors the roads via a video display wall consisting of Mitsubishi high-def projection cubes. Those cubes will provide 9-to-11 years of use, even when run 24/7.

Find out how the operators use the wall to keep Seattle’s traffic flowing, and find out why the SDOT called AVI-SPL “a great integrator.”

Read the story in the April 2015 issue of Thinking Highways.

 

 

 

 

AVI-SPL Leads by Listening to the Customer

AV Network’s recap of AVI-SPL’s recent sales summit looks at how the company strives to improve upon its standing as the top systems integrator. The article touches on the dedication of our design engineers to provide customers with expert support, the focus on understanding customer challenges, and how AVI-SPL extends its value beyond the implementation  of solutions by providing services that offer long-term support.

Read “How AVI-SPL Continues to Dominate the AV Industry.” And for customer testimonials on the quality of service we provide, visit our YouTube channel and watch our video case stories.