The heat of the June Las Vegas sun beat down on the 38,833 attendees of InfoComm, the largest trade show in North America for the professional audiovisual and telecommunications industry. TEECOM was glad to send seven members of our audiovisual group to guide clients around the show floor featuring 1,000 exhibitors, see what new products industry-leading … Read more
TEECOM’s latest addition to our Audiovisual Design team, Josh Srago, shares his experience on his journey of how he ended up at TEECOM. You can read more of his work at his website www.soundreason.org, AVNation, Commercial Integrator magazine, or InfoComm All Voices. Josh will also be presenting at this year’s InfoComm Connections event in San Jose, CA.
How many times have you said, “If I only had time, I would love to get this project completed”? When the majority of your staff works on solving client needs, staff can find it a challenge to carve out time to complete tasks that are not client focused. This often leads to internal projects getting pushed … Read more
Since TEECOM was established in 1997, giving back has been a continuous top priority within our organization. We strive to provide our employees with multiple opportunities throughout each year to volunteer, donate, and support local organizations. Our giving back program, TEECOMcares, aligns with our organization’s core principles: demonstrate that we care; establish and maintain trust; and add … Read more
In 2014, TEECOM was invited to join the City of Hope’s Northern California Real Estate & Construction Council Bike to Hope event. TEECOM’s giving back program, TEECOMcares, supports our community and the organizations our employees care about most. With many avid cyclists in the office who ride weekly, and some who even bike to work every … Read more
To kick off 2015, we’re excited to announce the latest addition to our Apps for Buildings suite: Lobby Transit. Lobby Transit™ is an app that makes it super simple for you to set up a real-time transit information display in your office, lobby, or coffee shop. These displays not only encourage commuting via public transit, but … Read more
We all want wireless AV – a cable-free connection from user’s tablets/laptops, to an AV-equipped room’s display or projection system. We include wireless presentation (IWP) systems in nearly all of our projects because they save money and add flexibility. Should you include one in your next AV project?
Recently, I was tasked to do inspections of data devices in ceilings on one of our project sites, the UCSF Medical Center at Mission Bay. As an engineer, we are often tasked to identify the cables that are often hidden in high and hard to reach places. In this task, we needed to verify if cables were terminated or not, and to determine if cables were pulled to the location as specified in our drawings. To help me with this task, I used two tools: iPad with Plan Grid App and the Wi-Fi Wireless Inspection Camera from Oasis Scientific, Inc.