Archive | December, 2015

European Tour: Gearing Up for ISE and Raising the Bar on Quality

To some, it comes as news that InfoComm, which runs the largest AV trade show in North America, also co-owns Integrated Systems Europe, held annually in Amsterdam and taking place soon, Feb. 9-12, 2016. What also comes as news to some around the world is the fact that InfoComm does more than hold trade shows; […]

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Formal Drone Education is Optional, But That’s About to Change

A standardized, commercial unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV)  education curriculum has not yet been established by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). As a result, virtually anyone can market himself or herself as a commercial drone operator. The barriers to entry are minimal. However, as the number of businesses utilizing drones continues to increase, the drone-piloting labor pool […]

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Weekly Reading: Happy Holidays, Plus Escape Rooms, VR and CES

Are you going anywhere fun for the holidays? Enjoying well-deserved time with family to wind down a busy — and hopefully successful — 2015? I want to thank everyone who’s ever read a Weekly Reading over the past year, even when travel and scheduling craziness have made it Almost-Weekly Reading. If you do have a couple weeks […]

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Why Digital Signage is Perfect for Millennials

The Millennial generation, 18-34 year-olds, are digital natives who are attracting the attention of advertisers, brand and political candidates with their buying power and youthful approach. Here are six reasons digital signage is the perfect way for brands to connect with the Millennial generation: 1. Digital signage ties in with mobile. Research has shown that […]

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AV Buyers’ Decision-Making: Venues and Live Events

Did you know the average life span of an NFL stadium is around 20 years? The NFL is in the midst of a building boom, with 10 new stadiums in the last 12 years, and two more under construction. The simple reason is that new stadiums maximize revenue in a way old stadiums never did. […]

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