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AVWeek 492: Pixel Ping

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Future Looking Bright

It’s time to look at what’s going on within the commercial side of the AV industry. Joining us this week is Manager of AV & Collaboration for Henderson Engineers Erica Williams, Executive Vice President for PrimeView Global Chanan Averbuch and Senior Director of Market Intelligence for AVIXA Sean Wargo as we discuss the latest stories surrounding AV.

Logitech has put forth a whole line of new video conferencing solutions, including the new Logitech Rally Bar, Rally Bar Mini, and RoomMate. These products are an all-in-one solution for video and audio in conferencing setting to varying room sizes. Another very interesting note about these devices is the AI Viewfinder, able to detect figures in real-time and allow for automatic framing. Once again we are asking where AI could end up in similar places like this to bring out the best of products without hassle. Can we really just slap AI into any piece of hardware and call it a day?

LG is showing off their three new lines of outdoor LED signage solutions. This includes the GSCA Versatile Series, the GSCC Essential SEris and the GSCD Ultra Light Series. The GSCC series in particular has models capable of 5,000 nits of brightness. To put it lightly, no pun intended, 2020 was a lost year for many verticals including digital signage. Do these solutions mark a return to normalcy and a boost in numbers for this space?

Also, AVNation’s own Best of 2020 Awards is almost complete! We’re in the last leg of voting for categories like Best Virtual Event, Best Tech Support, Best AV Professional and much more. Get in there, make your voice heard!

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