- Type: Recorded Webinar
- Topic: AV Equipment; Design; Installation; Video
- Audience: All AV Professionals; Designers; Installers
- Publication Date: August 2015
- Language: English
While not as flashy as video or audio components, cabling is an important part of an AV system. Did you know there are 17 cable-related items you should check when verifying a system's performance? Let's start with these five.
Hear what happens when you get three CTS-I holders on the line. Join Marcus Gish, CTS-I, Lead Installer at VisionPoint; Travis Lisk, CTS-I, Vice President of Technical Operations at Advanced AV; and Bill Thomas, CTS-I, Director of International Education at InfoComm as they talk about what going digital has meant for integrators and what each is looking forward to at InfoComm 2015. Among other things, all three are teaching three-day prep classes at the show.
Just because you've finished installing that new audio system doesn't mean you're finished. AV systems performance verification is a critical part of AV integration because it helps ensure that what you've built is what the customer wanted. Start with these five pointers, then explore further how to verify audio system performance.
InfoComm International volunteers have produced a definitive guide to integrating AV into 21st-century learning spaces. The 158-page document is free to download and includes everything from descriptions of education technologies, to design considerations for learning spaces, to best practices in project planning, budgeting, and coordination. Learn more and download this valuable resource.
What do falling oil prices have to do with the state of the AV industry? It depends on who you ask. But at least one of the AV executives on the latest InfoComm Today Podcast has concerns. Join Chuck Espinoza, Operations Manager at National Capitol Contracting; Jeff Faber, President and CEO of Sharp’s Audio Visual; and Barry Goldin, President of Unified AV Systems, as they share their views on the current business climate, the hottest customer segments, and what “the cloud” has to do with AV.
The American Bar Association now lists the AV/IT Infrastructure Guidelines for Courts as one of its member resources. The document describes the design guidelines for architects, AV/IT specialists, judges, court administrators, and others concerned with courthouse and courtroom construction and renovation.
Join Chuck Espinoza, CTS®-D, CTS-I, Operations Manager for National Capitol Contracting; Mark Gottwig, CTS, President of Delta AV; Joe Legato, CTS-D, CTS-I, Vice President of Operations at USIS AudioVisual Systems; and Bill Thomas, CTS-I, Staff Instructor at InfoComm International® as they discuss what it's like to be an AV integrator in 2013.
Plan and design audiovisual systems in commercial and government spaces with this downloadable resource.
Many live events and other AV professionals came into the industry through a side door. They went to a school to study graphics design, or TV production or some other specialty. There was a time these important AV technicians learned on the job, but today, is that enough to build a trained network of independent service providers?
Neste seminário, apresentaremos características da construção do cabo e de equipamentos com o sinal HDMI e como elas podem influenciar os projetos e instalações de Audio e Video.
See what makes digital systems different, get an overview of various emerging digital technologies (HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT), and learn about options for digital system design with this webinar
Working on projects for the government has always required a certain amount of discretion and attention to detail. And over time, the roles of the AV consultant and integrator have risen in profile as AV technologies have evolved into vital communications tools for government agencies.
InfoComm International recently released its newest performance standard, ANSI/INFOCOMM 3M-2011 Projected Image System Contrast Ratio. The voluntary standard seeks to define acceptable minimum contrast ratios for projected images, relative to their application, for both installed systems and live events.
Clarify the tasks on the coordination processes checklist for ANSI/INFOCOMM 2M-2010 with this handbook.
Fiber-optic networks are showing up in AV installs at an increasing rate, driven by the need to transport a large amount of audio, video and data over a long distance.
The second edition of this popular resource contains color photos and clear instruction regarding proper cable termination techniques, rack building, cable handling and mounting with three new chapters.
Build a relationship with architects and clients by delivering this presentation on ergonomic principles for optimal AV environments.
See how the AV systems documents relate to documentation from allied professions with this coordinated example of the unique documentation required for AV systems.
For those new to the indutry, this setup guide will be a handy reference for troubleshooting, identifying unfamiliar connectors, or knowing when to call for help.
Designer; Installer; Live Events Professional; Technology Manager
Prepare for the CTS-I with this complete study system covering AV systems installation and important exam topics.