What can Artificial Intelligence do for the AEC Industry?

In this video, Alex Serriere, Principal, EVP, and Director of Research & Development at TEECOM, and Dr. Henning Roedel, West Coast Innovation Leader at DPR Construction, discuss the potential applications of artificial intelligence, specifically machine learning, for the architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC) industry. Learn what we believe machine learning can help designers and builders accomplish … Read more

More Essential Than Ever: Occupancy Data for Safer, Better Buildings

Two years ago, we identified occupancy measurement systems as an emerging technology that we believed would become a standard, indispensable feature of commercial real estate. While some organizations remain wary due to privacy concerns, which are legitimate, we believe these issues can be managed and the value that real-time space utilization data provides to real estate … Read more

How Can Technology Help Higher Education Recover from COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic is putting higher education under a level of pressure that could prove comparable to what retail has faced in recent years. Some of the biggest questions for institutions right now include, ‘how can we safely bring students back to campus?’ and ‘how can we improve the distance learning experience?’ Here we’ll briefly touch … Read more

Technology That Supports a Safe Return to the Office in the Era of COVID-19

As we look toward an eventual return to working in physical offices, many have speculated about what a post-COVID-19 workplace will look like. Will we have a greater proportion of workers engaging remotely? Will we reduce the density of our open offices? Will we remove seats from conference rooms to ensure everyone can sit a safe … Read more

Thermal Imaging is not a COVID-19 Solution

Suppose you’re the owner of a small business, a local bakery supplying various restaurant customers and local grocers, employing 200 people. You provide an essential product, and your business is an important source of fresh baked goods for the community. Now, because of this pandemic, you can no longer procure health safety products (gloves, masks, hair-nets, … Read more

Distance Learning: Tips for the Remote Instructor

The current circumstances differ from the typical distance learning scenario in that everyone, including the instructor, is remote. Best practices for video conferencing apply. Teachers also have to consider how the remote format will affect their teaching style. Platform Security Moving lessons into the virtual world requires thinking about how to balance security and convenience in … Read more

Tips for Video Conference Calls

People are working remotely more often and conducting video conference calls from untraditional locations. Here are some tips from TEECOM’s Network, Audiovisual, and Acoustics teams on how to have the best experience for you and your team on video conference calls.

InfoComm 2019: The Year of the Huddle Room (and More)

TEECOM staff were on hand in Orlando for InfoComm 2019, reviewing the latest products and talking shop with manufacturers. Here is what stood out to us this year. Huddle rooms We saw a lot of technology around huddle rooms, capturing data about huddle rooms, and products that are designed for huddle rooms, like room scheduling displays … Read more

Workplace IoT Shifts Collaboration Toward Connection

It’s hard to escape any conversation about technology these days without hearing about how the Internet of Things is affecting the corporate enterprise. What exactly does the workplace IoT mean for our everyday work life, and for how commercial office building owners and architects plan and design the buildings of the future? Most people think of … Read more