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AVWeek 572: No Brainer

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Prepared for Anything

Welcome back to another episode of the number 1 podcast in the world (don’t look that up…). Time to discuss the latest news coming out of the commercial side of the AV industry. Joining our illustrious host today are host of our own AVSocial show Dawn Meade, Business Development Director for AVI-SPL Mark Coxon, and Technical Sales Engineer Frank Padikkala.

Our first story highlights the 15 best solutions for AV control. From capacitive touch panel interfaces to ultra-flexible 1080p transmitter and receiver pairs, these solutions are designed to control AV systems, no matter the size of the room. With a vast array of solutions, we want to know what the future of control looks like and where it will be heading.

Las Vegas has been hit with heavy rain and monsoonal storms, creating a watery disaster for casinos and sportsbooks, including the Circa Sportsbook. In situations like this, how can you prepare your AV system for the worst? Can we always prepare for the worst when it’s out of our control?

Lastly, Microsoft Teams Rooms has become the UC platform of choice for over 60% of Fortune 500 companies. According to CEO Satya Nadella, “Teams is taking share across every category, from collaboration, to chat, to meetings, to calling.” What makes Microsoft Teams so popular and what does this say for other soft codec platforms like Zoom and Bluejeans? 

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  • AVNation studio’s production equipment is provided by Shure and Vaddio.  
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