TEECOMfit: Creating a Culture of Wellness, One Step at a Time

Like most knowledge workers, the engineers at TEECOM get a mental workout every day, solving our clients’ problems. But physical exercise? That’s another story. Most of our work is done in front of a computer, and while we have redesigned our offices to encourage movement and changes of posture, we face the same challenges most people … Read more

“Texas Big” Technology Guides the Patient Experience at Parkland Hospital

The patient experience at a large hospital is often defined by stress and anxiety. Patients are vulnerable, and healthcare facilities impersonal. Trigger points are basic but overwhelming, and can include worries such as, “Why doesn’t the nurse remember my name?” “How do I know where to go next?” “How will I know what to expect?”

Are Bots in Your Future? Three Trends Shaping Workplace Technology

This post was co-authored with Alex Serriere, TEECOM principal, CTO, and Director of Research. The technology landscape continues to change, each year bringing not only new tech but higher expectations from end users about that new tech. Consumer technology in particular has seen the most dramatic advancement. It’s up to enterprises to deploy technologies that align … Read more

SFMOMA’s New Technology Strategy Reinvents the Museum Experience

The 10-story expansion of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) nearly triples its gallery space, adds a multipurpose performance venue, and features a 4,400 sf vertical garden. The now 450,000 sf cultural destination “sets a new standard for museums,” according to the New York Times. But the new SFMOMA design doesn’t just represent a reinvention … Read more

How AV as a Service (AVaaS) Can Save Your Firm Time and Money

Today’s audiovisual systems go beyond a connection in the wall or table, a projector and screen (or large TV), and microphones and speakers in a room. Product offerings have expanded greatly, and many are network integrated. This shift to network-based audiovisual systems has allowed the AV industry to follow suit with IT in exploring the capabilities of … Read more

Higher Education: Determining the Best Camera Control Set-Up for Lecture Capture

The Challenge Lecture capture, the recording of lectures and other classroom presentations, is becoming more popular. Schools provide recorded lectures to help students prepare for classes, view lectures remotely, and catch up on classes they may have missed. The AV components comprising a lecture capture system usually include a microphone, a lecture capture recorder, a mixer, … Read more

InfoComm 2016: Trends in System Designs

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

AV Design Engineer, Josh Srago – How He Ended Up At TEECOM

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.

Need Something Done? Patch It!

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