Look for the 4K and UHD logo on select Extron product Web pages.
National Association of Music Merchants Show in Anaheim, CA January 23-26
Dutch audio innovator Alcons Audio will be showcasing its latest pro-ribbon sound system innovations at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe show in Amsterdam.
FSR Gears Up For ISE 2014 With Full Line of AV Switching, Control Gear, Connectivity Solutions And More For European Market
ISE, Europe's largest tradeshow for the professional AV and electronic systems industry, is held from February 4-6 in Amsterdam.
Innovation and Expertise Keep Company Ahead of the Curve
Hackers have long wreaked havoc on PCs via the Internet, leading to data breaches and computer crashes. Now that the rush is on to add connectivity to everything from crockpots to light bulbs, the stakes get even higher—and more personal (see “More Connected Homes, More Problems”). Antivirus software helped PCs, but you can’t simply install a software suite developed for your desktop on a smart toaster; as a result, connected home devices typically rely on the user going online and setting up a username and password for protection. A number of tech companies and industry groups say that “smart” devices are hitting store shelves with little in the way of security protection. Security experts blame a number of factors for the problem: startups may put security in the backseat in their haste to get products out the door, and established companies that have traditionally operated offline—like stereo or TV manufacturers—could simply fail to realize that they need to protect against threats when it comes to Internet-connected gadgets. “They’re not being stupid,” says Marc Rogers, lead security researcher at mobile security company Lookout. “It’s just not something they’ve had to deal with.” So while companies roll out everything from “smart” lights and door locks that you can control with a smartphone to connected toilets and blood-pressure monitors, a movement is also afoot to make these products as secure as possible.
GammaTech will be showing its rugged and semi-rugged mobile computers at the DistribuTECH. Numerous models will be on display at booth #736, including a sneak peek of their all-new R8300 rugged notebook.
The new version provides powerful tools to further facilitate in-store active dialog between retailers and consumers
TouchSystems' president, Carol Nordin, will talk about interactive digital signage's role in today's media landscape during an educational workshop at DSE 2014.
ArmorActive is proud to announce the addition of the Strata iPad mini Wall Mount to their conference room scheduling enclosure product line. Apple, Hawaiian Airlines, Zappos, and Yale University are a few of ArmorActive's clients currently using the iPad mini in commercial building space to schedule their conference rooms.
For the "Biggest, Baddest Home" Integration Award Presented at CEDIA 2013 Expo Show
Datasat Digital Entertainment, the world leaders in audio solutions for home cinema, has today announced it is partnering with Genelec, Lang AG and Screenline to create a dedicated Immersive Sound Experience room during ISE 2014.
Now the world's slimmest LCD bezel, to produce a nearly seamless viewing experience
New video collaboration service is optimized for free ConX WebDial browser plug-in and InFocus Mondopad
InfoComm and SCHOMS share a joint vision to promote professionalism amongst the senior level higher education technology manager community in the United Kingdom.
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