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The education environment has never been more challenging, but cutting-edge technologies can enable us to stay on track. Explore our resource magazine for an in-depth look at how these incredible technologies are essential for the 21st century classroom.
Officially launching on September 1, 2020, the Hardware-as-a-Service offering will address the increase in end-user demand for consuming technology as a service and will initially be available in the UK and Ireland, North America, Australia and New Zealand, with a subsequent roll-out to additional regions planned.
Starin, who introduced AV-as-a-Service (AVaaS) programs for its channel partners in 2018, is proud to announce a new and streamlined Hardware-as-a-Service (HaaS) program designed specifically to quickly meet the market demand centered around ZOOM.
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has the distinction of being one of the early adopters of eSports as a university-sanctioned sport. The resulting Harrisburg Storm is an endeavor that they’ve fully invested in. As part of that investment, the university knew that they needed a space for their players to practice that would be as conducive as possible for success. Such a center would allow players to practice games like Overwatch and League of Legends in an environment that is tailor-made for the fast-paced online gaming world. In addition, Harrisburg University needed a technology refresh for its Student Union Center.
Starin’s Visualization team is committed to making communications easier. Here you will find an eBook outlining our Video Wall Solutions and Services. Lean on us for assistance with design, procurement, and delivery of your next video wall project.
This year at InfoComm 2019 DTEN received top honors for the D7. The D7 was honored with the Future Best Of Show Award, presented by Sound & Video Contractor. Starin nominated DTEN and the D7 for the award with good reason. Because the D7 provides a Zoom certified all-in-one solution for Zoom Rooms. The ease of use, return on investment and market relevance help the D7 standout. The Future Best Of Show Award specifically selects products demonstrating these criteria, and Starin knew it would be a winner.
Just one-quarter of a UHD screen contains the same amount of pixels as an entire Full HD 1080p screen. Customers will immediately recognize the 4K difference when they view your branding, product representations, and promotions, or watch movies and sports. 4K UHD’s higher pixel density makes the image appear flawless, even on the largest display screens.
We have all been there, and visit that feeling regularly. “I have two hours, do I complete the church audio quote, the new restaurant/bar job, or the corporate paging? Which is the biggest? Which has the highest close? I have found myself in this very situation over and over. Deadlines, meetings, and expectations piled up, and all the while you have a steady stream of projects which you need to design fast.
You, your boss, or your clients have invested in the experience of Zoom Rooms. Providing a standardized platform to make communications better every day was the goal. The logistics of choosing, installing and servicing your Zoom Rooms Hardware is not always as simple though. Delays, deployments and design planning can rob you of time to immediately realize the benefits of the investment.
The new CS-700 features a best in class audio, video and screen sharing solution designed specifically with huddle spaces in mind. This new system addresses all your communication and collaboration needs via one USB cable. The CS-700 is a compact all in one unit that allows the room designer to remove all visible conferencing technology from the table.
The Alarm bell goes off, three short bursts and the strobes start flashing. This is the real deal, are you confident your students and staff remember precisely what to do? It wasn’t so long ago that you only had to juggle two alerts – evacuate for fire, or move to a shelter for the weather. If students got mixed up, it only took a minute or so to redirect them and get everyone to safety. Intruders, active shooter, lockdown, all clear, fire or weather. Each has its own set of needs and instructions all focused on “where do I go?” The wrong move or a minute’s delay can mean life or death.
You know the situation. If you are putting in a USB appliance such as a camera in a room, and you find out that the cable run from the camera to its destination is just a hair longer than the spec, what do you do? With USB 2.0 standards you had fifteen meters, which was a decent run, but with so many USB 3.0 appliances coming out with a tiny three-meter maximum distance, this has become a common occurrence.
Technology plays a critical role in modern-day collaboration within the classroom. And, it’s even more important for the Georgia Academy for the Blind. Recognized for providing quality education services to Georgia’s students with visual impairments, the Georgia Academy for the Blind aims to prepare students to achieve their highest level of independence. For Georgia Academy for the Blind, finding a product that enhances WiFi and browsing, collaboration, voting and polling, and general presentations, while simultaneously being student-friendly, can be difficult.
Houston’s Museum of Natural Science strives to fulfill a singular mission: to “enhance in individuals the knowledge and delight in natural science and related subjects.” This pursuit underlies every project, program, and exhibition associated with the museum and is exemplified in the institution’s Wiess Energy Hall. Recently enlarged from 8,500 square feet to 30,000 square feet, the Wiess Energy Hall is a testament to Houston’s key role in the United States energy sector, with exhibits dedicated to conservation, renewable energy, hydrogen power, and natural gas.
The way we consume video has changed over the last ten years. A decade ago no one would have thought that more than half of the video we consume would be on a phone or tablet. How it will the way video is being created and consumed impact the ProAV industry moving forward? Here are some video facts to think about.
The Tech Museum, an interactive science and technology center located in Silicon Valley, installed Logitech GROUP, MeetUp and PTZ Pro 2 to support video collaboration for external meetings and global sales/donation interactions. Based on overwhelmingly positive user experiences, use cases are expanding throughout the organization.
Bishop Hartley High School Increases Student Safety and Lowers Costs Using IP Devices “How do you communicate in an emergency?” This is a defining question that many schools have started asking themselves in the wake of a series of tragedies over the last decade. In response, we have created better plans to account for a host of potential situations. Fire, weather, intruder, shooter, the list goes on. One large problem always remains, however. More plans introduce more levels of potential human error. With these detailed plans, how do you make sure that in any given event the correct information and procedure is followed, without any margin for mistakes?
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Safety in schools is always about communications and planning. A School Paging system is critical, but a boring system that is always present. Along with that are the clocks, and in most cases a “want or need” for true mass or visual notification, though there isn’t always the budget.
If you do any kind of House of Worship production you have probably run into an issue with stage noise at some point in time especially if you are using a choir mic set up that has a wider pickup pattern. The over bleed can be anything from the minister talking to someone at the side of the stage to a baby in the first row. There is a solution though. You can use a continuously-variable pattern condenser microphone system to control the pickup pattern and dial the choir in.
Throughout its 400-year history, Leiden University – the oldest university in the Netherlands – had been leading the way in the Dutch academic landscape. While it nurtures its rich history and heritage, the university also invests big in high-level courses, advanced research and top-notch education facilities, both in Leiden and in the city of The Hague. Here, in the ‘international city of peace’, Leiden University proudly inaugurated the 14,000m² Wijnhaven building in 2017. Barco F90 projectors and our ClickShare collaboration solution help to make the lectures for the university students as interactive as possible.
As a reseller or systems integrator, when you recommend a comprehensive digital signage solution for an educational facility you have four audiences to consider: Students, Teachers, School Administrators, and IT Directors. Each has a different goal, but all can benefit from LG Display technology.
In today’s world, school safety is a top priority for school educators and administrators. You can never have too many safeguards when it comes to protecting your children.
For those short catch-ups or instant brainstorms, the ClickShare CS-100 Huddle brings spontaneous content sharing to huddle spaces and small meeting rooms.
Boost your creative meetings, brainstorms, and discussions with the ClickShare CSE-200+, an interactive experience for medium-sized meeting rooms.
Logitech and Herman Miller recently teamed up to create an advanced Distance Learning Classroom for Delta Air Lines TechOps division. The state-of-the-art video collaboration space enables Delta trainers and managers to engage face-to-face with employees, contractors, supply chain partners, and others anytime, anywhere.
Logitech Rally delivers studio-quality video, unmatched voice clarity, and RightSense™ automation for better meetings with video conferencing applications that work with USB devices, including Zoom, Google Hangouts Meet, and Microsoft Skype® for Business.
DTEN's D7, the complete solution that optimizes the Zoom Rooms experience. So DTEN is now at the heart of the Zoom ecosystem.
The DTEN D7 brings a whole new generation of integrated technologies for collaborative meetings in one device on one of the best video conferencing platforms in the market today!
Barco UniSee’s flexibility does not confine itself to a single market. With its magnificent images, narrowest screen gap and highest reliability, Barco UniSee matches the visualization needs of almost any professional.
Stretching back to the earliest days of its widespread Internet deployments in the mid-1990s, Boulder Valley School District has carefully balanced its pursuit of cutting-edge classroom technology with prudent applications and careful cost management.
The classic boardroom has taken a bit of a backseat in recent years to the newly popular huddle spaces. We are in the midst of a bona fide “boardroom renaissance”!