Smarter and more interactive video walls are edging out projectors in the conference room
It’s the ultimate showdown as you move forward in the process of updating your conference room technology: video wall installation vs. projector system. For years, projectors and screens dominated meeting spaces for sharing presentations, graphs, charts, and videos on a large scale. But today, smarter, larger, and more interactive video walls are beginning to edge out projectors in terms of display capabilities.
Custom-designed video wall solutions that facilitate greater collaboration during meetings while also serving as visually impressive centerpieces for your conference rooms are the future of display technology. Below, keep reading to learn Level 3 Audiovisual’s take on where we see the display industry trending for conference rooms in Scottsdale, AZ and across the globe.
Meeting room design should facilitate remote communications, collaboration, and productivity
Meetings are a fact of life for the modern employee in today’s workforce. But having a meeting and having a productive meeting are two completely different concepts. A few years back, Harvard Business Review conducted a survey with 182 senior managers. Approximately 71% said that meetings are unproductive and inefficient, and 62% said that meetings miss opportunities to bring the team closer together.
Meeting room design plays a significant role in facilitating productive meetings. Easy-to-use AV technologies foster better communications and more interactive collaboration while eliminating common meeting hiccups like bad audio and IT problems. And good AV design is more critical today than ever as meeting spaces shift to accommodate more video conferencing and remote collaboration.
Are your Scottsdale, AZ, meeting spaces designed with modern challenges in mind? Let’s take a look at two common meeting spaces — huddle rooms and conference rooms — and the AV needs for each type of room.
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.
Don’t let completely solvable problems derail a collaborative meeting before it even begins
At Level 3 Audiovisual, we’re hereby nominating Zoom as the Time Person of the Year 2020. The video conferencing platform rose to dizzying popularity this year as unexpected circumstances forced people to meet less in person and more online. And nipping at Zoom’s heels came the conferencing solution designed to meet commercial needs for in-person and remote collaboration: Zoom Rooms.
Zoom Rooms are an all-in-one integrated solution deployed in conference rooms, huddle rooms and other meeting spaces in commercial organizations of all sizes. Although a Zoom Room isn’t the only conferencing solution of its kind, Zoom has one-upped the competition through several key advantages: reliable usability, high-quality AV, and incredibly simple and straightforward user accessibility.
Zoom….just works. Keep reading to learn how a Zoom Room solution can effectively solve the three most common pain points in meeting rooms in Scottsdale, AZ, and across the U.S.
Keep your simulation lab operating efficiently by investing in quality AV, training and on-going support
A medical simulation lab is a huge investment for your teaching hospital, medical school or training center. Healthcare simulations are invaluable teaching tools that offer medical students the chance to gain hands-on skills and interpersonal training in a safe, controlled environment. And when it’s time for your facility to plan and budget for a medical simulation setup, you want to make sure you’re getting the most bang for your buck.
First, we highly recommend calling Level 3 Audiovisual. Most simulation projects require separate vendors for hardware, software, IT and a simulation consultant. Level 3 is the only end-to-end provider who delivers on all four components to build custom healthcare simulation labs for clients in Miami, FL, and across the U.S.
Second, we recommend taking the time to evaluate your primary needs and end goals for this project. All simulation labs have custom needs, and you may need to make design choices based on your budget, space availability and other concerns. As you’re planning your project, we’d like to focus your attention on three priority areas worth a higher-end investment: AV installation, simulation training, and on-going support. Keep reading to learn more.
For engaging and eye-catching displays, LED video walls are the most scalable and flexible solution on the market
The LED video wall market size is expected to be approximately $36 billion by 2026, up from $15.9 billion in 2018. Why such rapid growth? Because in a digital-first world, digital displays are more eye-catching, more engaging, more collaborative and interactive, and promote more awareness of and interaction with brands.
If your Scottsdale, AZ, business has been hearing more about LED video wall technology, you may be wondering what all the hype is about. At Level 3 Audiovisual, we’re here to break down how a video wall works and why you should be using one to display content for your business. Keep reading to learn more.
Downtown Phoenix Audiovisual Installation at ASU Beus Center for Law
Level 3 Audiovisual is Arizona’s leading AV integrator. Working with large, enterprise clients in the Phoenix area, we are transforming the downtown area into a technological powerhouse.
Below, we take a look at one of the AV projects we recently completed in downtown Phoenix.