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Interview: AVIXA – refocussed, reformed and now speaking your language

More than just a fancy new logo, the rebrand from InfoComm to AVIXA is part of a major restructure to better support the market, without getting bogged down by the tech

Let’s hear it for the girls! A WAVE of opportunities for women working in AV

Set-up to promote, support and increase the number of women working in the AV industry, the ‘Women in AV’ group is making it mark in the UK

“AV is magic and we’re the magicians” – AVTE goes behind the scenes at the Tate Modern

Housed in an old power station along the river Thames, The Tate Modern is one of the world's most popular venues. AVTE finds out how AV brings the building to life

Interview: AV User Group – an introduction to the industry’s biggest ally

With is chairman going full time, continued international expansion and membership numbers rocketing - end users are in good hands

InfoComm Rebrands as AVIXA

After more than 30 years, InfoComm International - the trade association representing the professional audiovisual and information communications industries has rebranded

What will the AV department of tomorrow look like?

AV departments are embracing the challenge of new technology head on. Steve May speaks to the experts about the changing face of AV 

A crash course in AV over IP and why it could define your future

Chris Scurto, vice president of marketing and business development at ZeeVee Inc explains all you need to know about AV over IP 

Company Profile: AVTE talks to Exterity CEO Colin Farquhar

In the first of our ‘Getting to Know You’ series, Colin answers our questions about the business and its role in the AV market

Tech industry continues to boom despite Brexit concerns

The Brexit process is starting to have an effect on technological investment, but AVMI is continuing to flourish – here’s why

Five tips on lighting up your conference room

Lighting expert WhiteLight gives AVTE readers its professional advice on ensuring companies provide an illuminating experience in the meeting room

Welcome to AV Technology Europe (AVTE)

A brand new AV title, dedicated to end users has arrived!

It’s “vital” businesses satisfy next generation tech needs

Businesses risk missing out on the next pool of talent if they continue to use old school technology, says Mary Ann de Lares Norris is VP EMEA of Oblong Industries

Don’t let poor bandwidth spoil your meeting room experience

Getting the network right for corporate conferencing – writes Heather McClean Before you implement a conferencing sys [...]

Future proof your AV career by boosting your IT skills, warns Jacobs Massey

Leading AV recruitment firm urges AV professionals to bolster their CV to meet growing demands from employers

VR, AR and the future of AV

AV Technology executive editor (US) David Keene, explores the next wave of AV technology evolutions set to radically impact the business world 

Owen Ellis goes full time at the AV User Group as global expansion continues

'Victim of his own success' Ellis quits Morgan Stanley to become full time paid chairman of AV User Group after rapid membership and international growth 

Sky’s the limit for media-loving students in Scotland

Engage LDN has designed and constructed an immersive learning environment for Sky in Scotland. The free educational environment

Upgrade for Navy training at HMS Collingwood

Located at Fareham in Hampshire, HMS Collingwood is the Royal Navy's largest training establishment. The school provides training over a vast range of disciplines

Barco ClickShare eases collaboration at the University of Kent

At the beginning of 2015, the University of Kent was looking for a new presentation and collaboration solution for offices across its campuses.

PMC Speakers has University of Hull surrounded in sound

The University of Hull recently completed work on a new state-of-the-art 5.1 recording studio, part of a larger multi-million-pound expansion of music

University of Greenwich drives communications with Onelan

The University of Greenwich has chosen a Onelan solution to meet its aim of presenting visual information to staff and visitors across all three of its campuses.

UK’s first Meyer Sound CAL system at St Paul’s

In the Great Hall of St. Paul’s Girls’ School in London, two new Meyer Sound CAL 64 column array loudspeakers provide vibrant and life-like reproduction for speech