Higher Education Guide to Audio/visual Solutions: Your Quick-Reference Resource for Quality, Value, Savings, and Selection in A/V Resources for Colleges and Universities

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Higher Education Guide to Audio/visual Solutions: Your Quick-Reference Resource for Quality, Value, Savings, and Selection in A/V Resources for Colleges and Universities


Kinnaman, Daniel E., University Business


Welcome to the Higher Education Guide to Audio/Video solutions

With today's rapid increase in technological advances, change and improvement are the norm in the A/V world. In order to satisfy budgets, along with energy conservation efforts, the new crop of AV products are both more affordable, and environmentally friendly than ever. And saving money doesn't necessarily mean sacrificing power, as projectors are becoming brighter, and the lamps lasting longer. A/V products now integrate wireless capabilities, and have a plethora of features that weren't possible in the past. From digital signage, to lecture capture technology, to videoconferencing through telepresence, the impossible is happening before our very eyes. Experience the radical developments in the world of audio visual technology, and witness the innovative solutions that top vendors and service providers are offering to help keep your institution abreast of today's dramatically changing A/V market. Visitors to UBTech will be invited to receive an up-close look at the leading A/V products and services available for higher education. The following pages comprise a year-round guide designed to increase your knowledge of current A/V trends, and display the dynamic solutions that will keep your institution focused for 2014 and beyond.

Daniel E. Kinnaman

President and Publisher

UNIVERSITY BUSINESS MAGAZINE

AUDIO/VIDEO CONFERENCING

AMX

3000 Research Drive

Richardson, TX 75082

(800) 222-0193

sarah.kinard@amx.com

http://www.amx.com

Crestron

15 Volvo Drive

Rockleigh, NJ 07647

(800) 237-2041

hrose@crestron.com

http://www.crestron.com

Crestron makes classroom technology simple and budget-friendly so you can focus on teaching. Easy to use, easy to access, and easy to support. Teachers and students can leverage in-class collaboration using laptops, tablets, and interactive whiteboards. Connect, share, and display content across campus. Get online access to recorded lectures and course materials from your smart device. IT and AV staff can monitor, manage, and control everything from anywhere, anytime, using a touch screen, remote, keypad, and smart device. Crestron advanced classroom technology helps administrators attracts and retain students, and enhance teacher-student communication. And that's just the beginning. Learn more.

AV SYSTEMS ACCESSORIES

AMX

3000 Research Drive

Richardson, TX 75082

(800) 222-0193

sarah.kinard@amx.com

http://www.amx.com

CABLES & CONNECTORS

AMX

3000 Research Drive

Richardson, TX 75082

(800) 222-0193

sarah.kinard@amx.com

http://www.amx.com

CAMERA TRACKING SYSTEMS

Vaddio

131 Cheshire Lane, Suite 500

Minnetonka, MN 55305

(763) 971-4400

hklein@vaddio.com

http://www.vaddio.com

Vaddio is the leading manufacturer of automated content presentation systems for educational and corporate training facilities. Total automation frees instructors from being slaves to technology and brings the focus back to the basics of teaching. Distance learners enjoy front row seating for every lecture, experiment and discussion. And Vaddio plays well with others, so whatever videoconferencing system, streaming server, or rich media system you choose, Vaddio can fully automate people and content required for any classroom. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, Vaddio also has operations throughout the Americas, as well as sales and support partners throughout the world.

CLASSROOM RESPONSE SYSTEMS

AMX

3000 Research Drive

Richardson, TX 75082

(800) 222-0193

sarah.kinard@amx.com

http://www.amx.com

COMPUTERS

GovConnection

732 Milford Rd

Merrimack, NH 03054

(603) 683-2731

croux@pcconnection. …

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