It’s time to wrap up all the news coming out of the AV industry and have some experts in the field give insight to how it will affect the commercial space in the long run.
Shure has updated their Microflex microphone series for drop ceiling installations. Looking at how this came about, concerning their earlier legal action against ClearOne.
Looking at AltasIED’s speakers being installed in a military training base, as well as Atlona’s new standalone streamlined control system for meeting spaces. Should AV solutions be hidden? Looking at the types of environments that work best in the commercial setting.
Kramer announces that Itzhak Bambagi has joined them as their new CEO. What this means for the company moving forward.
- Jeremy Caldera – IAS Technology
- Joel Carroll – WolfVision
- William Seifert – CTSI
Links to sources:
- PR Newswire – Shure’s update to Microflex
- Commercial Integrator – AtlasIED speakers used in military training facility
- AV Network – Atlona’s standalone control system
- AVNation – Kramer announces new CEO Itzhak Bambagi
- AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
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