Sound & Communications: May 2020 Digital Edition

Rockefeller University, May 2020 Digital Edition

Sound Advice
Voicing Concerns, Part 1

The intelligibility of video-meeting and webinar speech.
By Peter Mapp, PhD, FASA, FAES

The Next Normal

What the world could look like in 2021 and beyond.
By Simon Dudley

House Of Worship: Business
In The Time Of COVID-19

One integrator’s story.
By David Lee Jr., PhD

The Commish
Home-Office System Commissioning

By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQD, CQT

What Would You Do?
Remote Work In The AV Industry, Part 2

Real-world hardware tips for work-from-homers.
By Douglas Kleeger, CTS-D, DMC-E/S, XTP-E, KCD

Finding A Path Forward

A preview of the commercial AV forecast.
By Sean Wargo

Business-Continuity Fundamentals And You

The integration market should emerge from the COVID-19 pandemic
with a better understanding of, and strategies for, business continuity.
By Mike Abernathy

Industry POV
Building An Open Standard For An AV-Over-IP Future

The IPMX set of standards and specifications brings a unique value proposition.
By David Chiappini and Andrew Starks

Industry POV
Who Are The Women In AV?

A landmark study gives us invaluable insights into who we are.
By Jennifer H. Willard and Kari Martinez

Industry POV
AV Needs For Single-Use Attractions

Large, expansive installations need not be problematic if networked AV is deployed.
By Brad Price

Industry POV
How BYOD Fosters Engagement

A look at the future of sound and communication.
By Kim Spencer

Industry POV
Smart People, Hard Problems Demand Higher Standards Of Channel Education

It’s time to make the necessary investments.
By Bob Michaels

Creating A More Secure School With AVL Integration

Mobile County sets the standard for modern school security using audio, video and lighting tech.
By Anthony Vargas

Biomedical Research Advances In NYC

Rockefeller University’s campus design with AV enhances collaboration.
By Andy McDonough

AVent Horizon
COVID-19: Necessity Is The Mother Of Invention

During challenging times, we help each other and deliver effective outcomes.
By Pete Putman, CTS

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