BVE 2015 Product Preview Bluebell Opticom Stand M50
Riedel/DECA Card Engineering has completed the installation of new ticket-scanning electronics at Munich's Audi Dome, home to current German champion FC Bayern Basketball.
Kramer Electronics is pleased to announce industry veteran Michael DiBella has been appointed to the position of Director of Collaborative Solutions. In this role, Michael will be responsible for targeted business development to grow and support the VIA wireless collaboration product line.
ISE 2015 takes place from 10-12 Feb. 2015, at the Amsterdam RAI.
Based out of Orange County, CA, Bergman-Haughey will be responsible for the Rocky Mountain region along with the western states of the US.
Academy Award Winning Projection Screen Manufacturer Stewart Filmscreen again chosen as an Official Provider for the Sundance Film Festival, will deliver immersive viewing experience for exclusive Sundance movie premieres
Stewart Filmscreen SnoMatte 100 MicroPerf projection screen provides impressive image quality and immaculate acoustic transparency for the film making community
Digital Signage Expo 2015 to Feature "Getting Past the Pilot" Seminar Program for Systems Integrators & Installers
DSE 2015, co-located with the Digital Content Show and Innovator Zone, is scheduled for March 10-13, 2015, with access to the Exhibit Hall March 11 & 12 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas.
CEA's Digital Patriots Dinner Honors Technology Visionaries and Policymakers for Advancing Innovation on April 14
President ignores other key innovation policies
From Michael Wolf for Forbes.com: Today, Forbes and others reported on a massive new funding round for a Lowe’s-backed startup Porch.com to the tune of $65 million. While Porch.com founder says he still controls the company, there is no doubt Lowe’s sees Porch.com as an important weapon in its expansion into the local installer services economy. But the most interesting part about the Porch.com deal for me was thinking about how this nationwide network of local installers could help another Lowe’s strategic initiative – Lowe’s Iris – get traction. Iris is the company’s smart home platform, which is the centerpiece of Lowe’s effort to put itself in control of a growing market that we at NextMarket forecast to be worth $7.8 billion in the US alone by 2019. Smart home savvy readers are probably asking, “isn’t Lowe’s Iris a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) product?” It’s intended to be, but let’s be honest: DIY is the smart home industry’s big lie, since getting mass-market adoption will likely require a light-service channel to help Grandpa, Mom or even me install that new intelligent wall switch or smart water valve without electrocuting myself or flooding the house. Cont'd...
Christie®, a world leader in advanced cinema technologies, today announced that the company was on schedule to install its 100th Christie Vive Audio™ cinema sound system.
Fourth in the series of corporate responsibility-themed libraries covering 15 subject areas…
Parks Associates Hosts Energy Research Workshop at Smart Energy Summit Addressing Smart Home and IoT
69% of U.S. broadband households are willing to subscribe to comprehensive bundle of energy services
2015 International Builders' Show (IBS) in Las Vegas, Nevada from January 20th to 22nd
The Sky Factory launches eScape 2.0, an all-in-one Digital Cinema Virtual Window featuring on-demand plug and play content that allows users to build a library of multisensory views to nature in a single platform.
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The Octava PRO DSX is a simple to use, powerful video distribution solution designed to deliver HD video including 4k UHD from multiple sources to multiple displays. The PRO DSX also functions as a Video Wall processor to create n x m video walls. The PRO DSX delivers HD video over standard CATx LAN cables allowing for simple integration in virtually any infrastructure. The PRO DSX was specifically designed for ease of use for residential installations and engineered for scalability to accommodate large video distribution systems such as education, corporate , and hospitality applications. Easy to configure and customize for your video system - Build virtually any size video matrix switch system. The Pro DSX is a scalable platform enabling easy system growth. Simply add PRO DSX TX for each video sources required and a PRO DSX-RX per display. Video Wall Support- The PRO DSX features a built-in video wall processor that enables you to create custom video walls.