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AVWeek 622: Two Docks, No Waiting

Working In The Modern World

Even if you don’t hold a doctorate, you will want to be caught up on the latest news surrounding the commercial side of the AV industry. Joining us this week is Dr. Adaline Tatum from USC, Dr. Mark Pescatore from SCN, and (just, but we still love him) Adrian Boyd from DTEN.

Snap One is implementing new remote access features to enhance user privacy and security. This is in regards to their Luma x20 family of surveillance solutions, offering enhanced user control. Snap One and this product is firmly rooted in the residential side, but the conversation of remote access and management comes up in the commercial side. How do integrators get end-users to sign off on remote access? Looking at the potential concerns of remote access.

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LCD and LED displays will merge, somehow, in the future. At least, according to CEO of Lang AG Tobias Lang. He predicts that the technology behind both of these display solutions will end up building better products on both sides. We discuss the merits of both solutions like sustainability and adaptability, and what it might look like moving forward.

Crestron has released a whitepaper and Readiness Scoring Tool for the mmodern workspace. These tools are made to help companies evaluate their approach to contemporary work cultures. The whitepaper itself emphasizes collaboration, audio and video quality, and scalability to promote inclusivity and equity in the workplace. The mantra of the past few years has been ‘work from home or the office’, but is now slowing evolving into ‘work anywhere.’ What does that mean for businesses to shift to this modern work design?

  • Adaline Tatum – USC
  • Adrian Boyd – DTEN
  • Mark J. Pescatore – SCN
Links to sources: Notes:
  • AVNation studios production equipment provided by Shure and Vaddio.
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