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There was a very warm and fuzzy feeling on the floor of ISE this year, as several manufacturers announced compatibly with third-party hardware and software.
Shure is returning to ISE 2017 to present a variety of application-driven solutions focusing on Shure´s expertise in AV Conferencing & Collaboration and Discussion/Conference Systems to discuss how to achieve better conferencing sound.
Shure UK Sr. Applications Engineer Tom Colman demonstrates the application benefits of handheld, boundary, gooseneck, lapel and ceiling array microphones and how to pick the best microphone for meetings, presentations and video conferences.
Shure UK Sr. Applications Engineer Tom Colman explains signal-to-noise ratio and how microphone placement can help eliminate distracting sounds heard during video conferences.
Shure UK Sr. Applications Engineer Tom Colman highlights how improving boardroom acoustics can enhance communication and collaboration during A/V conferences.
Shure UK's Craig Collin explains how the Scottish education market is leading AV investment and how Canary Wharf is not the only place in the UK seeing huge advances in conferencing technology.
Shure Conference Manager Kevin Beazley discusses the latest trends and what to consider when choosing a discussion system.
Associate Product Manager Rob Klegon discusses features of the MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone that allow it to deliver clear and invisible audio.
Cloud computing was a subject that hovered over the discussions on the floor of this year's UCExpo. While several panellists argued whether the future of video conferencing hardware hangs in the balance, it is interesting to think of this subject as it directly relates to AV conferencing sound.