November 2019 Digital Edition

Sound Advice
‘Bassic’ Instinct

Why do we love bass?
By Peter Mapp, PhD, FASA, FAES

A New Day

Will new collaboration-space entrants mean the end of locked-in room devices?
By David Danto

House Of Worship: Business
From The Parking Lot To The Pew, Part 2

A time to be vigilant.
By David Lee Jr., PhD

The Commish

OK, where’s the drawing? Aha…Aha!
By James Maltese, CTS-D, CTS-I, CQD, CQT

What Would You Do?
Ask Permission Or Ask Forgiveness?

If I may ask, what would you do?
By Douglas Kleeger, CTS-D, DMC-E/S, XTP-E, KCD

A Closer Look At Corporate Events

AVIXA’s market research investigates the opportunities and challenges.
By Sean Wargo

Industry POV
Game On!

Scoring winning digital-signage integrations for stadiums and arenas.
By Nick Belcore

Industry POV
How Stadiums Can Up Their Game With Networked AV

Stadiums and arenas host competitions, but they also must compete.
By Kieran Walsh

Industry POV
The Case For AVaaS In Digital Signage

Driving value and profit in light commercial and retail digital-signage deployments.
By Scott Lowder

Industry POV
The Importance Of Better Collaboration Technology

It’s critical to the success of the world’s fastest-growing companies.
By Dana Corey

Industry POV
Live And File-Based Translation Opportunities

Machine-learning advancements are powering these capabilities.
By Ken Frommert

Industry POV
Software Meets Hardware

A key pairing to create unforgettable sports and concert experiences.
By Brandon Breznick

A System For Champions

NBA’s Golden State Warriors’ new AVL includes massive, moveable center-court LED display.
By Dan Daley

Major-League Sound

Dignity Health Sports Park invests in audio for a better fan experience.
By Anthony Vargas

Connecting With Fans

National Soccer Hall of Fame connects with Toyota Stadium, engaging fans with interactive exhibits.
By Dan Daley

Sports: Technology
Eyes On The Tigers

High school football scoreboard goes pro-level big.
By Andy McDonough

AVent Horizon
Where’d My Job Go?

Communications systems are moving to network architectures that make use of AI and automation.
By Pete Putman, CTS

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