BDC, the Business Development Bank of Canada wanted its new Montreal headquarters to be a place for “social collisions.” The collaboration solutions AVI-SPL integrated promote entrepreneurship among its employees, offer its clients a space where they can interact with their representatives and connect those in the head office with colleagues on and off site.
Make the most of your time at InfoComm 2019 by taking AVI-SPL’s Guided Technology Tours of select partner booths, where we’ll highlight prominent digital workplace video and UCC solutions. Each of our five tours is curated by AVI-SPL and features the guidance of subject matter experts from our leading vendor partners as well as your AVI-SPL hosts.
We’ll begin the tours at AVI-SPL booth 3852 in the Orange County Convention Center. From there, we’ll spend about 15 minutes at each partner booth to learn about solutions that improve collaboration, engagement, productivity, and talent attraction/retention in your workplace. At the conclusion of each tour, we’ll raffle prizes at our booth.
Register early to reserve your space. Registration will also be available prior to each tour at our booth. Tours include:
- How to Optimize Your Huddle Rooms
- Enterprise Video Production and Management
- Connected Smart Spaces
- Wow-factor displays and projection
- AV over IP
Our tours will visit the booths for Barco, Biamp, Cisco, Crestron, Exterity, HARMAN, Legrand, LG, Mersive, MultiTaction, NEC Display, Onelan, Poly, Samsung, Shure, Sonic Foundry, and Sony. There will be plenty to learn from these vendor partners, and taking our guided tours is a great way to efficiently allocate your time while at the show.
In this webinar, LG and AVI-SPL look at the steps to creating your perfect video wall. Bo Beard, sales engineer for LG Electronics, explains the factors that end users and integrators need to consider when planning a video wall project. Joining him is Chris Caputo, senior project engineer for AVI-SPL, who offers his expertise in control-room settings.
Tom LeBlanc, editorial director for Commercial Integrator and MyTechDecisions, moderates this look at LG’s:
- webOS Smart Signage Platform
- Curveable LAPE LED
- Ultra-narrow bezel video wall display
You’ll also learn how determine display layout, find and prep the right environment, and choose the products that suit your content.
At InfoComm 2019, AVI-SPL will use a MultiTaction interactive video wall to share the story of digital workplace transformation. By touching images on the display wall, our staff will bring up content that explains how digital workplace transformation helps organizations improve their business outcomes.
MultiTaction creates interactive digital displays that people use to explore content — such as training materials or company information — and to collaborate in real time. For example, your staff can use the MT Canvus software to share and annotate content in real time among participants at different locations. Your company may use this and other MultiTaction solutions to:
- Improve collaboration in the boardroom and other meeting spaces
- Draw more traffic to your trade show booth
- Train staff
- Create interactive experiences in museums and lobbies. Visitors to the Australian War Memorial use a MultiTaction iWall to access oral and visual records, and engage with data, art, and other cultural works.
See AVI-SPL and MultiTaction at InfoComm 2019
AVI-SPL used the MultiTaction iWall to great success earlier this year at ISE 2019, and we’ll be using it again at InfoComm 2019, InfoComm is North America’s biggest AV show and will be held at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando from June 8 to June 14. Stop by AVI-SPL booth 3852 to see the MultiTaction board in action and learn how we can help your organization improve its operations by being more agile and collaborative.
Watch this on-demand AVI-SPL webinar to learn about the NEC solutions that are designed to improve collaboration between teams in the same workplace and across different locations. Chris Feldman, product manager for NEC Display Solutions, addresses:
- Roadblocks to incorporating collaboration technology
- NEC solutions for team collaboration, wireless presentation, and interactive whiteboarding
- The collaboration challenges solved by NEC’s Mosaic Suite, CB Series, and InfinityBoard.
You’ll also discover how you can choose from NEC’s hardware and software options to create the collaboration solution that works best for your organization.
During the Q&A, Feldman addresses how to save work from a session, typical equipment and capabilities in a huddle room, and the best system to use in a classroom environment.