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AVWeek 648: Who Watches The Watcher?

Somebody’s Watching Me

It’s time to discuss the biggest news stories for the commercial side of the AV industry. Joining us are some experts in the field, including Dawn Meade, Cassie Berger from Shure, and Tim Van Woeart from Rutgers University.

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Shure has met certification for Works With Google Meet for their products. This was given to the The Microflex Advance MXA920 and MXA902 Ceiling Array solutions, alongside the ANIUSB-MATRIX USB Audio Network Interface. This official certification ensure a reliable and flexible audio quality for hybrid meetings. What importance do certifications like this hold for integrators and consumers? We look at it means to put in solutions with a seal of approval.

Back at CES 2024, Samsung was heavy on the applications of artificial intelligence. That continues with the announcement of the Galaxy S24, featuring AI as a key feature. Where could we see the application of AI within AV solutions to benefit both customer and integrator? And how will we make sure things stay on track?

ATEN and NETGEAR are partnering up to streamline the infrastructure of AV over IP networks. Perhaps they get along so well because it feels like you have to shout their names. They are developing combined solutions to ease the use of streaming audio and video content over networks. But NETGEAR is US-based, while ATEN hails from Taiwan. Does the country of origin matter in a solution?

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