Industry magazine Commercial Integrator recently put together a list of what its writers and industry observers saw at the recent InfoComm 2012 trade show as the leading trends seen in the audio-visual solutions industry.
The magazine’s panel of experts found that increased digital signage, better use of touch screens, more interactive content and better designed audio-visual system displays are among the leading trends seen for the audio-visual
Commercial Integrator wrote:
“The battle for touchscreen supremacy (iPad vs. everything else) and all things touch-capacitive, video conferencing technology improvements, LED screens, video walls, and overall product augmentation were other highlights pinpointed by Commercial Integrator editors, InfoComm staff and our integrator guest bloggers. Another trend was the implementation of design as it relates to commercial projects, something we saw both at the booths and in real-world applications at the many hotels on the Las Vegas Strip.”
As business continues to become more connected, Commercial Integrator noted that transferring communications protocols to the networked cloud remains a priority for many networking companies. The magazine writes:
”Manufacturers are planting anything and everything on the network these days – projectors, loudspeakers, power products, lighting, climate, security, you name it. Not only does the network factor streamline systems controls, leading to more browser- and tablet-based support, but the access opens up greater possibilities for integrators to remotely manage projects and proactively diagnose and troubleshoot problems.”
We’re excited about these trends. They pave a path of great opportunities. As the future of communications evolves, so too do the opportunities for better audio-visual solutions for companies, schools, churches and other large organizations with A/V systems needs.
CCS Presentation Systems in Arizona is the preferred integrator and installer of audio-visual equipment systems, providing complete audio-visual solutions for corporations, including design, installation and maintenance.
The company’s teams are authorized and trained by leading audio-visual equipment manufacturers including Altinex, AMX, Crown, Crestron, Da-lite, Epson, Mitsubishi, NEC, Panasonic, Polycom, Shure, SMART Technologies, SONY, Tandberg and others. Your organization will benefit from the specialization and depth of audio-visual services offered by CCS Presentation Systems on a wide range of audio-visual solutions.