Maintain a Future-Forward Conference Room Design with the Latest Audiovisual Solutions
InfoComm 2019 has come and gone, but not without leaving a record-breaking impact on today’s professional audiovisual industry. The largest AV trade show in North America covering audio, video, control, digital signage, and more, InfoComm saw the highest number of attendees this year, topping more than 44,000 people from 110 countries.
Although attendees are still aggregating key takeaways from the seven-day conference that wrapped up on June 14, our team at Sound & Theater took away three overarching trends mentioned during InfoComm’s Emerging Trends Day and explored how to best apply them to your conference room design in Orchard Park, NY. Implementing these ideas will result in enhanced performance and increased efficiency. Explore our findings below!
Connected AV for Increased Efficiency
IP, or Internet Protocol, continues to be the universal language of AV, according to InfoComm speaker and Market Analyst Anthony Brennan of Futuresource. AV over IP is the transmission of audiovisual data over a network, as opposed to conventional analog AV environments, and the concept is growing fast thanks to the Internet of Things (IoT).
AV over IP offers a variety of benefits to the operation and performance of your conference room’s audiovisual technology, such as scalable switching, a break in distance barriers, better ratio of inputs to outputs, convergence with data and communications, and more.