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Audio Visual

            AUDIO VISUAL

AV stands for Audio Visual or Audio Video. Audio-visual and audio-video are interchangeable terms when describing audio and video conferencing technologies. Today, AV is used to refer to equipment used to record and transmit audio and video. AV technologies can include displays, microphones, speakers, and cameras that can be developed using thousands of different technologies. AV technology has been used to capture images of real life on film since the early 1900’s.

AV technology has significantly changed over the course of 100+ years where cameras, microphones and speakers can record and transmit in high definition to anyone, anywhere in the world.

Modern day AV is used to help two parties communicate or project an image and sound in a given space or over a video conferencing software. AV systems are designed by AV Integrators to help any given individual to be able to seamlessly communicate over a video conferencing software with the click of a button. The concept of teleconferencing with individuals across the globe seems commonplace today, but less than 20 years ago the technology used to do teleconferencing was too expensive for most companies to have more then just 1 teleconferencing room per office or even per company. AV Technology has advanced significantly and now provides anyone with a computer, tablet or iPhone to be able to have a teleconference wherever they are in the world.

Today, businesses can deploy AV technology in most common meeting rooms and workspaces. We support our customers in the development of this AV technology to provide the smoothest and highest quality communications possible. Our goal is to make technology feel like it’s not in the room, and to communicate as if you’re in the same room as your colleagues or customers. This means that every room in your current company should be considered unique and carefully designed with the right AV technology in mind, with room acoustics in mind.

The meeting rooms typically have 4 walls and a ceiling.

If you’ve ever stood in a cave and screamed, you’ll hear the echoes repeatedly bouncing off the walls of the cave until it disappears. The acoustics of a given room describe how sound behaves in an enclosed space. Sound reflects and behaves differently when reflected from different objects. If you’ve ever been in a room with glass or concrete walls, the acoustics of the room will speak for itself. Compare this to a room acoustically treated with a soundbar, carpet, and acoustic ceiling tiles, and the person in the room and the person at the far end of the teleconference will hear something completely different.

If your team is thinking about how to improve video conferencing on your premises, we can help your team design and build AV standards for all the different meeting rooms so you can provide the best video conferencing experience for your employees and customers. AV’s thoughtful design is just as important today, with telecommuting and video conferencing being part of every meeting. If the meeting room only serves the people in the room, poor audio and video quality can potentially exclude the most important people from the meeting.