For a man whose job involves applications of the latest technology, Blair Parkin’s favorite exhibit at the California Academy of Sciences is surprisingly low-tech. It’s a tiny fragment of rock, displayed behind plexiglass, that most people overlook. But as our tour group moves through throngs of meandering school children on a busy Wednesday, Parkin points at … Read more
What does TEECOM do? Sure, we can give you a rundown of our services, and roll out our new tagline (we’re “the tech in architecture”), but the world of technology and engineering is confusing, full of jargon, and involves a multitude of service providers. So when TEECOM Associate Jason Cummings (JC) was asked this very question by a … Read more
Over the last ten to 15 years there has been a big technology push in the healthcare industry. It started with technology advancements in electronic medical equipment and has evolved into many technologies that are focused on improving patient care, patient recovery times, and staff efficiency. In fact, we have seen the healthcare industry go from … Read more
Prepping Your Network for the Internet of Things: A Checklist for Owners and Design Providers Worried about IoT security? Stymied by network design considerations? To make sure your network has the speed and security necessary to support the technology your workforce wants, including but not limited to the Internet of Things, you’ll need to ask the right questions of … Read more
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?”
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.
TEECOM’s Director of Network Engineering, Bob Fluegge, examines a new class of HDMI extenders and their use in the built environment. Bob reviews the test results of three HDMI extender products, which include the Gefen TTV-WHD-1080P, Intelix Skyplay-HD, and SoundTube WLL-TX1.
Last week, our engineers Matt Flanders (MF) and Jason Cummings (JC) had the opportunity to have a conversation with Daniel Newman (DN), Chief Compliance Officer at Stockbridge Real Estate Funds. They discussed some of the most common questions we receive from potential clients and peers in the industry.