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Now in its fourth instalment, we’ve again worked tirelessly to create an insightful, educational and entertaining magazine aimed exclusively at you – the end user AV community.
There’s plenty to get stuck into.
Security Special: The subject of AV and security is one not often discussed – particularly in the press – but the threats are there, with all your connected AV equipment a potential doorway for a hacker to enter and gain access to your data. We spoke to the AV industry (manufacturers/integrators) about the subject, as well as one of the world’s leading security company’s and even a former hacker (a little terrifying), to find out more about the threats out there and the best way to stop your business becoming a victim.
Aviation: Scared of flying? You may want to flick past this feature/interview, which talks to leading aviation firm NATS about how air traffic control towers at airports may soon become a thing of the past, with cameras and digital displays in mocked up rooms hundreds of miles away replacing them.
Tech Guide – ISE Special: Following the world’s biggest trade show in Amsterdam last month, we collated some of the biggest product launches and included them in our six-page straight to the point guide.
Product Review: In the first in a series, we’re including a review of the newly released (in the UK) Yamaha CS-700 huddle room focused all in one video conferencing system. No financial motivation, just an honest end user review. If you’d like to be involved in our next issue (work has already started) get in touch today!
Why paying more could save you cash: We chat with Panasonic about the benefits of switching from lamp to laser projection from a financial and practical perspective. If you use lamp, or buying your first projector, this is one not to be missed.
VR in Education: We’ve seen some incredible case studies of how VR is being used (did you see our story about the lady with dementia seeing her son marry in Italy, without leaving her chair in England). Education is a growing and important space for this technology, helping students and tutors alike improve performance. We spoke to leading companies AVANTIS (ClassVR) and Veative.
AVTE Awards: In our first magazine since our inaugural awards night in Amsterdam, we provide a recap of all the night’s winners, plus a collection of some of the best pictures taken on the night.
All this and much, much more…
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