Kevin Beazley shares how audio systems can play a role in improving and supporting sound in council spaces.
Troy Jensen, Global Market Development Lead, explains why the Shure Market Development team is a partner for the integrator and end users by helping with problem solving, services, support and more.
The most critical aspect of a meeting is interaction. While videoconferencing systems are designed to enable interactivity between participants at different locations, its importance to communicate between people in the same room is often overlooked.
What sets the government sector apart when it comes to AV installations is the huge variety of spaces and their functions. This can prove something of a challenge.
Shure Conferencing solutions offer customers a giant step forward in timesaving benefits with new Microflex® Advance ™ Designer software.
It was early February in Amsterdam. I traveled from the Shure UK office in London to attend ISE (Integrated Systems Europe) 2019, the world’s largest exhibition for AV and systems integration. I was there, for the first time representing Shure, to introduce our Microflex Complete suite of discussion and conference systems to an audience of over 80,000 attendants. I was also there to listen. It was an incredible four-day event.
As Japan looks to modernize its approach to working, the need for better conferencing is coming sharply into focus.
Discussion and conference systems offer features and scalability that conventional sound reinforcement systems can’t match. This webinar will discuss the specific hardware and software components that are required to deliver the most requested features in boardrooms, city councils, and other meeting facilities.
Conference rooms have evolved into multifunctional spaces where technology must work every time. Companies need tools to ensure this.
Shure Historian Michael Pettersen explains how Shure Incorporated applied its audio expertise to become a leader in best-of-class corporate AV conferencing solutions.