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Weekly Reading: DOOH and Interactive Doors

Happy holidays from Weekly Reading. I’ll warn you now: It’s the end of a year, therefore, yes, there is a list in this week’s reading. But just one. And no “most intriguing celebrities of the year.” You’re welcome. In the spirit of the holidays and the pending new year, when anything should be possible, some […]

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InfoComm Standards: 10 Years in the Making

In 2004, InfoComm’s Board started discussing the idea of developing performance standards to support the AV industry. In 2008, InfoComm became an American National Standards Institute-accredited Standards Developer. In 2009, we published our first ANSI standard. Since then, thanks to the hard work of many volunteers, we’ve published a standard a year, all of which […]

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Weekly Reading: The Product Apple Didn’t Announce

Recently I did something I missed for most of the past year. I hung out at a local AV industry event, namely Almo Pro A/V’s E4 event outside Washington, D.C. Almo and other AV/IT distributors hold these mini conferences around the country, where you can see new technologies and get valuable training, including CTS renewal […]

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Much Ado About Smart Cities and 5 Reasons Why the AV Industry Should Care

Is your head in the cloud yet? The AV industry has been talking about and paying close attention to the Internet of Things phenomenon. But, are you ready to take part in the discussion? Your peers are. The AV industry already knows a lot about smart and sustainable design. InfoComm has been at the forefront […]

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Weekly Reading: An Apparent Apple #Fail in Live Events

Have you heard? Inclusion in Weekly Reading does not imply an endorsement of the specific views or solutions described on those pages. Really, it’s just food for thought. What have you been reading lately? Something about a new Apple phone thingy? Maybe something about something you wear on your wrist? Yeah, us too. First person to share their […]

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