Businesses work and communicate more effectively, both internally and with clients, when they use expertly designed and integrated audiovisual systems. The use of correctly designed and installed systems generally produces an exceptional experience in corporate AV.
Topics: Corporate AV
Video walls are changing the way that that businesses communicate, collaborate, and engage with their market. These bright, crisp, colorful displays present video, animation, branding, and so much more. This audio-visual solution has been spurred on by drastic technology improvements that now offer higher than ever video resolution, HD components, and larger than ever format displays. All of these elements combined have made video walls more powerful than ever. Let’s take a closer look at what video walls can do for your business and how Planar’s video wall solutions offer the most comprehensive benefits.
Have you ever been on vacation and when you get to your hotel room the only thing you want to do is turn on SportsCenter before you head out for dinner? Your muscle memory is locked in on what buttons to push, where to find it, and what to expect. Well, it is at your house any way. Now you’re in a new city, with a different TV, and a lot of different variables are making this more difficult than it should be. Between room service options, pay-per-view menus, and a completely foreign channel lineup, you may never stumble across what you’re looking for. Collaboration during meetings is very similar.
The cost of ownership can be significant for any organization. Capital allocation and strategic resource use are only two significant elements that are impacted by the decision to invest and purchase key implementations. Traditionally, using cash to purchase and obtain outright ownership was the only option. However, now options such as acquiring assets through an “as-a-service” model are becoming more prevalent. This is especially true in a sector that has never been more important in any line of business; technology.
The role that video and digital presentations play in our daily lives is growing at a rapid rate. The same is very true for how businesses can leverage the power of video; specifically through the installation, implementation and management of video walls. But what are video walls and how can they be integrated into your AV infrastructure?
Preventative maintenance is critical to protecting any investment. To protect your health you visit the doctor, take vitamins, exercise. To protect your car you change the oil, rotate the tires, have it inspected. To protect your house you paint it, clean the gutters, pressure wash. These fairly simple routines help to ensure that you won’t have an expensive repair or replacement to make down the road. The AV equipment that your state agency uses is no different.
The ability to stream and display a wide variety of different media is changing the way businesses and other organizations operate. Using video, displays, and other platforms to communicate and collaborate is providing an entirely new way to share, promote, and operate. However this new technology is only as good as the delivery method used to distribute it.
It’s the American dream to become your boss; to “hang your shingle”. While that ideal of starting your own business hasn’t changed a bit, the shingle sure has. Much like many parts of our lives, professional and personal, things are going digital; this is especially true for your business’ signage.
Digital media streaming has taken over for the long forgotten VCR, quickly fading DVD player, and in many homes cable television. While the magic of a Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, and Apple TV can put a world of entertainment at your fingertips; digital media streaming has much more potential for your business’ AV assets. However, just as residential solutions are ineffective for commercial applications, the above mentioned devices won’t cut it for your boardroom and workspace needs. This is where Crestron’s NVX Series of digital media streaming platforms come in.
Government agencies on the local, state, and federal level are just as dependent on technology as businesses and other organizations. Having the ability to work effectively, efficiently, and securely has never been more important in both the public and private sectors. It is for this very reason why AV integration has become a necessity for operational efficacy in terms of collaboration and communication. However, the complexity of commercial AV implementation has its fair share of challenges.