During February I got to spend five cold and snowy days in the city of Amsterdam attending the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) convention. This convention is an enormous event focused on technology in workplace and public space, ranging from display systems, network-based technologies, communication, audiovisual, and everything else that you can think of that has a plug … Read more
With all-hands meetings, knowledge shares, events, and exhibitor demos becoming more common, organizations expect more from their internal presentation spaces. These areas have to be dynamic, flexible, and easy to use. In addition, presenters often want to reach colleagues beyond the office walls, in remote locations, and even at different times, so recording these events has … Read more
At this point, you have probably encountered someone in your home, office, or just on the street playing Pokémon Go. The game is dominating social media and blogs, even earning a “mania” rating and its own section on the front page of a major metropolitan news site. What can the speed and scale of this sensation teach us about adoption of new … Read more
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
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
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.
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?
The Opinion of Probable Construction Cost (OPCC) document is utilized to identify the technology budget needed to support the shared technology vision of a given project, articulated by the owner and design team.