Shaun Heng, CTS-D, CTS-I, is an AV veteran with deep experience in the trenches, especially in supporting LED display systems at high-stakes sporting events.
Audiovisual systems designer Bonnie J. Metro has a unique perspective on user experience and the importance of AV standards.
Volunteer subject matter expert Jennifer Hu, CTS®, explains that revisions to the CTS exam won’t change your current study plans.
Driven to help others succeed, Rob Ziv sees certifications as an all-encompassing pathway for the growth of AV and those who work in the field.
Volunteer subject matter expert Rodrigo Ordóñez, CTS®-D, sheds some light on proposed changes to the CTS-D exam.
Over the past decades, the IT sector has been through several transformations that are evident in the ways technology is applied and the supporting infrastructure. A prominent example of these advancements is the convergence of audiovisual (AV) and information technology (IT).
When Matt Hancock, CTS®, took a civilian job at the Charleston, South Carolina, office of Cambridge International Systems, he quickly learned there was a lot more to AV systems than he originally
“Technologists have always had a role in museums — just perhaps not as obvious a role. We are hoping to encourage a step further, to say that technologists, engineers, software programmers do not just play a supportive role, but are very much creators in their own right.” - Iman Ismail, Curator of the National Museum of Singapore
In Nigeria’s busy events industry, one determined man is on a mission to provide a world-class service to his clients. With the help of AVIXA™, the InfoComm show, and a mastery of Google searches, Kunle Olorunesan, CTS®, has spent the last few years learning everything he can about global business practices and AV … and now he’s educating his coworkers too.
Year 2018 started in Brazil with important news when two of the largest AV integrators of the country — Solutione and EletroEquip, both AVIXA members — decided to join their capabilities in a merge previously unheard of in Brazil.
During the inaugural Lumieres Hong Kong, visitors to the luxury hotel Mandarin Oriental stopped to pose for a self-portrait, and touched them up with analogue and virtual light brushes to add colourful glowing strokes.
Meyer Sound’s Roger Schwenke earned the title “Honorary Myth Buster” a year into his career when his acoustic prediction and measurement chops were tested on the popular Discovery Channel TV show Myth Busters.
David Silberstein is the Director of Inside Sales at Crestron and the newly elected Chair of AVIXA’s Manufacturers Council. He talked to us about what he hopes to achieve in this role and his AV career to date.
Jack Mayhugh is a partner at AVTek Staffing and the FORMER Chair of the Independent Technical Services (ITS) Council. Learn more about what he has to say about the Independent Technical Services Council.
Delft University of Technology, also known as TU Delft, is one of the Netherlands’ premier universities and one of the highest ranked technology institutes worldwide.
Ronald Goh — Managing Director of Singaporean system integration firm Electronics & Engineering Pte Ltd (E&E) — was presented with the Asia Pacific Entrepreneurship Award 2017 (APEA) by Enterprise Asia this past summer.
Barneys New York, the luxury specialty retailer, recently unveiled its 2017 holiday collaboration, Haas for the Holidays. The campaign, which celebrates an uplifting message of diversity and inclusion
Clint Hoffman, CTS®, VP of Marketing for Kramer U.S., manufacturer of signal management solutions, is a firm believer in education — for the good of the entire AV industry.
When AVIXA launched its Audiovisual Providers of Excellence (APEx) program at the beginning of 2015, Fort Worth, Texas–based Electro Acoustics & Video Inc. (EAVI) was one of the very early adopters.
InfoComm International has now officially become AVIXA, the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association. So, what does that mean for industry professionals in the APAC region?