Category AV in Meeting Spaces

Tips for Doing Digital Signage the Right Way

I’m the kind of person who will research and research (and maybe, time permitting, research some more) before investing in something about which I know very little. That’s why our latest AVI-SPL tech paper on digital signage appeals to me (and my inner researcher) so much.

Without going too deep into technical details, this paper covers the basics of what it takes to make sure a digital sign is the engagement tool it’s meant to be. Rich Daugherty, AVI-SPL’s Digital Media Solutions Engineer, gives you advice on how to grab attention, keep it, and manage the content on digital displays.

Rich knows whereof he speaks: he has almost 20 years of experience with designing and creating digital content for companies of all types and sizes.

Download Rich’s tips and advice for “Content and Design Strategies for Digital Signage.”

 

 

 

 

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.

Webinar Recording: Explore the Science of Sound

In this AVI-SPL webinar presented by Biamp Systems’ Mike Bucklin, you’ll learn what sound is, how we hear, and how the understanding of sound’s properties affects the design of audio equipment for areas like conference rooms. This engaging recording describes how sound affects us, and how acoustics, noise, and microphone placement are interrelated with regard to intelligibility.

Review “Sound Matters” >

About the presenter

Mike Bucklin manages Biamp Systems’ operations in Southern California and Southern Nevada. Prior to joining Biamp, Mike spent 13 years in consulting and integration, bringing with him a wealth of direct experience in the integration and design of audiovisual systems.

Tips for Improving Workplace Collaboration

The business term “unified communications” describes its goal: to bring together communication technologies like voice, video and chat in order to streamline the way organizations operate, and to save costs.

In this Q&A, AVI-SPL’s Lou Chiorazzi, VP UC&C Solutions Engineering, explains what companies can do to make sure they get the unified communications system that is right for them. He also discusses:

  • Questions companies should ask of their integrator
  • How to coordinate and implement a solution
  • The key to a successful implementation
  • Sustainability consideration

Download the Q&A: “Communicating and Collaborating in the Workplace” >