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3 Conference Room Automation and AV Trends to Watch in 2021 3 Conference Room Automation and AV Trends to Watch in 2021

Watch These Trends as New Workplace Dynamics Continue to Unfold

Needless to say, 2020 was a tumultuous year. It affected almost every aspect of society, from socialization to education to healthcare. And the workplace was not exempted. With the ongoing pandemic, companies large and small are rethinking and reimagining the workplace and how teams get things done.

The trends driving remote work, decreased business travel, and increasing collaboration through online tools are not new, but they were accelerated by the need to maintain social distancing in workplaces. These trends will not slow down in 2021; indeed, we expect Phoenix, AZ businesses to continue to increase investments in conference room automation and collaboration solutions to work more productively and efficiently, in and out of the office. Keep reading for three trends that will continue to stay on the fast track into 2021.

SEE ALSO: How Zoom Rooms Solve The 3 Most Common Meeting Pain Points

Advance Your Sim Tech Career With In-Depth Simulation Training Advance Your Sim Tech Career With In-Depth Simulation Training

Level 3 Audiovisual hosts several trainings, simulation conferences and webinars for simulation professionals worldwide

If you’re a new or current simulation technician, ongoing education is crucial to advance your career and operate a fully functioning healthcare simulation lab.

Level 3 Audiovisual is here to help. As a worldwide leader in simulation lab design, installation, integration and operation, we provide several educational opportunities to further your success. Our team helps sim techs in Washington, D.C. and across the globe gain the technical and educational skills they need in a competitive industry.

What can you expect to get from our simulation conferences, webinars or training sessions? Keep reading to find out.

SEE ALSO: 3 Areas Worth the Investment in Your Healthcare Simulation

 

2 Considerations Before Implementing a Temperature Kiosk in Your Facility 2 Considerations Before Implementing a Temperature Kiosk in Your Facility

Are you prepared to successfully implement a fever screening solution in your Scottsdale business?

Fever screening technology is a hot topic these days. The coronavirus has followed us into 2021, and widespread vaccinations are still several months away, but many companies and public places are open for in-person business again. Now businesses are looking for solutions to keep employees, customers and visitors safe in office buildings, stores, restaurants, health clinics, schools and other public areas.

One popular solution is fever screening technology, which uses thermal imaging to map a person’s body heat and determine if they have an elevated temperature. Fever detection systems can scan a person’s skin temperature within seconds and issue an alert if the reading falls outside a preset range.

A properly installed and implemented system can be a useful tool to identify potentially sick people and prevent them from spreading germs to others in your location. If you’re considering fever screening technology, keep these considerations in mind before implementing a temperature kiosk solution in your Scottsdale, AZ facility.

4 Key Considerations Before Installing a New Integrated AV System 4 Key Considerations Before Installing a New Integrated AV System

Installing building automation solutions like integrated AV requires careful planning and design

Building automation technologies make your business locations more efficient, more accessible, and more interactive. Sophisticated AV high-performance solutions facilitate better communications, collaboration, data transfer, content sharing, and training for the workplace, higher education and other commercial applications.

If your Phoenix, AZ, business is ready to invest in integrated AV solutions, we recommend consulting with a qualified AV integrator first. There are many factors that go into making an AV system a success. Keep reading to learn four considerations you’ll need to tackle and how Level 3 Audiovisual can help.

3 Best Practices for Designing LED Video Wall Content 3 Best Practices for Designing LED Video Wall Content

Keep These Ideas in Mind When Creating Your Video Wall

Video walls, in many use cases, are no more than a giant digital signage solution. But the large canvas it provides also makes for more complexity. Multiple screens are involved, specialized mounting is typically needed, and ultimately, content is king to use the large signage wisely.

A successful video wall is a mix of using the right technology and designing the right content that leverages the technology. Just like a pickup truck isn’t the right vehicle to do the oval at Phoenix International Raceway, you want to match your LED wall technology to the needs of your content and the content to the capabilities of your Arizona LED wall. Keep reading for three best practices to keep in mind for your next video wall project.

Exploring Remote Options for Simulation-Based Education: A Hybrid Solution Exploring Remote Options for Simulation-Based Education: A Hybrid Solution

A hybrid virtual solution offers a simulation experience with both in-person and remote components

Our last blog about healthcare simulation discussed augmented patient simulation solutions, which offer medical students a 100% remote option to complete simulation-based education and training. In today’s blog, we’re going to explore another option for remote medical simulation. As we enter 2021, educators and training schools in Miami, FL, and around the country continue to seek remote solutions that provide students the experience they need while reducing the risk of spreading the coronavirus through in-person classes.

The value of simulation for medicine and healthcare education is undeniable. Keep reading to learn more about a hybrid virtual solution that includes in-person and remote components and how your students can benefit from this type of simulation-based learning.

What You Need to Know about Outdoor LED Video Walls What You Need to Know about Outdoor LED Video Walls

Here are 4 Top Considerations for your Video Wall Project

Video walls are a popular way to convey information, tell a story, and engage an audience with a multimedia presentation. Not only can they be used indoors in office lobbies, retail stores, or large meeting spaces, but they can also go outdoors on an even bigger canvas.

Whenever you take electronic technology outdoors, you have some different things to consider. Naturally, weather resistance is the first thing that will come to mind. But there are quite a few other questions you should consider as well. Keep reading below to learn more about what you should think about as you plan your outdoor LED video wall project in Phoenix, AZ.

LCD or LED: How to Find the Right Digital Display Solution for Your Business LCD or LED: How to Find the Right Digital Display Solution for Your Business

To make the right choice for your business, understand the differences in technology, cost, and utilization of LCD and LED display panels Digital displays — like a massive, single-screen video board or multi-screen video wall — are engaging solutions for displaying content and videos in the university setting, retail stores and restaurants, broadcast TV, sports stadiums and arenas, conference rooms, worship centers, healthcare centers and other public and commercial venues. In past blogs, we’ve discussed multiple ways digital displays can be used for education, entertainment, and even security. But first, your Scottsdale, AZ, organization must go through the process of selecting and installing the right display for your goals. Below, we’ll explore the two most popular display technologies available and the pros and cons of each.
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