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A State of Control 96: Software Ate The World

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No More Room For Cowboys

Virtual control has become a staple of the AV space, and grown only more in prominence within the last few years. Whether it’s cloud control, software over the network or implementing AV platforms, it has changed the game for what control systems can do. But if it’s such a wonder solution, why did it take a global supply chain crisis to get integrators and programmers to see the benefits?

We are joined by co-host Rich Fregosa, industry expert Nick Miller and Head of Learning Technologies for the University of Southern California Raj Singh to discuss just that. We look at the advantages of virtual control, what needs to be considered when implementing it onto systems, and if it will hold out once all the pesky hardware shortages are taken care of.

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