Work has become a collaborative endeavour. Today’s meeting space technology is just as essential as yesterday’s desktop PC was in your office. Teams need the flexibility to move between spaces as their tasks change and the ability to easily include others from remote offices or other businesses.
Today’s students are well-versed in personal technology and expect to consume educational material through it as well as having their in-classroom experience enriched with sophisticated audio and video content. However, the technology must provide a seamless experience and be intuitive to use – learning must be the focus, not figuring out “how I turn this thing on”!
The business of government is underpinned by communication whether for debate, delivery of justice, review of confidential information by secure agencies or discussion with foreign governments. Many of the applications require not only high quality delivery of sound and images, but also high levels of security in their distribution.
National defence has some of the most complex requirements for distributing images, information and commands – often affecting the outcome on a battlefield or operation. Before deployment, defence force members are trained in simulation environments and after it they will likely review outcomes in a conferencing suite.
The use of AV technology in healthcare has led to radical improvements and innovation in clinical processes, whether enabling remote diagnosis by specialists, keyhole surgery, sophisticated training environments to ensure healthcare workers are ready for each and every operation or simply to provide photos and videos for proud new parents.