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Solutions that Standout: A Look Back at Projects AVNation Would Like to Highlight

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AVNation would like to thank our sponsors from this year’s Palooza event.

2021 has brought in numerous innovations in the world of AV technology from massive digital structures for maximum visibility to small products designed for personalized conference calls. AVNation would like to highlight some amazing projects our sponsors were a part of this past year.


Samsung Display Technology Transforms Salon into an All-Digital Destination

As people are beginning to head back to in-person stores, businesses began to rethink their current model. This is especially true for Panico Salon, which has launched the first of its kind beauty store by turning its physical space into a website experience. The digital salon boasts 50
Samsung displays and content management solutions delivered by FastSensor, BlueForce, and Samsung’s new MagicINFO 9.0 software. Read the full article to learn more about the digital salon.


Shure powers Eurovision song contest 2021 with Axient digital wireless system

The world’s most complex and largest music competition show Eurovision tapped Shure to power their contest, providing sound to 39 delegations across Europe. Eurovision handpicked the Shure Axient® Digital Wireless System to help ensure impeccable audio quality throughout all performances for singers, musicians, and viewers to enjoy. Check out our full coverage on how the collaboration came to be.


Crestron Creates Advanced Lighting Control System for Iconic Lambeau Field

Earlier this year, Crestron was tasked with replacing and upgrading the control system for Lambeau Field, home to the Green Bay Packers. The Crestron installation is a cohesive lighting automation system that allows stadium management to easily update lighting preferences and closely monitor and control energy expenditures for the facility. Read the full coverage on how Crestron designed the advanced lighting controls.


Legrand Donates Vantage, QMotion, and Luxul Brand Solutions for R.I.S.E. Home Built by Wounded Warrior Project and Gary Sinise Foundation

Legrand gives back to veterans by donating solutions for a customized smart home for Marine Sgt. Jonathan Blank, who was severely injured in Afghanistan. The home is designed to make Sgt. Blank’s life more comfortable convenient. Check out the full story on the entire project and how it came to be.


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