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Digital Displays and Signage in Airports

This summer, airlines are expecting record numbers of travelers, which can be both good and bad for airports. All those people moving through the airports could provide a huge boost to airport income as long as the travelers know where to spend their money. As multimillion- (or billion-) dollar facilities, airports need to generate revenue, but […]

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The Convergence of Control

In the past few years, IP-based technologies have made everything controllable over networks, blurring the lines between technologies. What were once distinctly separate disciplines can now be operated on a single converged network. The benefits to clients are cost savings in infrastructure and energy, along with better capacity to control systems — and since convergence […]

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Workspaces for Tomorrow

Change in business and culture is happening at the fastest pace ever. It is all around us, with new processes not just improving the old ones but completely replacing them. Digital downloads replaced record/CD stores, search engines replaced phone books, apps are quickly replacing the traditional taxi and hotel industries, and the way we work […]

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Classroom Standards IV: The Equipment!

This is the fourth and final stop on our whirlwind journey into the world of developing classroom standards. If you missed any of the previous episodes you can start catching up here. Much of this material is loosely based on the AV/IT Infrastructure Guidelines for Higher Education. The guidelines don’t cover classroom standards specifically, but because they cover […]

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Modern Control Systems: Q&A With Practitioners

On June 3, InfoComm International hosted a webinar titled Modern Approaches to Control Systems Design. The webinar built upon InfoComm’s whitepaper released earlier this year, delving deeper into the Control Systems Layer model, standardized programming and future trends. The Q&A session at the end of the presentation wasn’t long enough to cover the many questions we received […]

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