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NEC opens advanced centre for experimentation in Singapore

NEC Corporation and NEC Asia Pacific have opened NEC’s first Advanced Centre for Experimentation (ACE) in Singapore. The establishment aims to facilitate the company’s global research and development efforts and it will be a key component of NEC’s growth strategy in APAC.FULL STORY...

Nexo Geo M10 and Yamaha Rivage PM10 debut at Singapore festival

Nexo's latest mid-size line array, the GEO M10, and Yamaha's Rivage PM10 debuted at the Ignite! music festival in Singapore. The systems were used as the PA system for the main stage.FULL STORY...

Google Glass makes its return as a business tool

Widely considered a failure in its first incarnation, Google Glass has returned to the market after a two-year gap, in a limited run, as an enterprise product being used by the likes of DHL, Boeing, GE and Volkswagen.FULL STORY...

Bosch conference deployed at Beijing’s Schwarzman college

Bosch has provided communication equipment for Schwarzman college’s conference centre, comprising a Dicentis Wireless conference system for interactive lectures, and an Integrus Wireless Language distribution system for simultaneous, multi-language interpretation.FULL STORY...

Harman chosen to deliver AV experience at Capella Gallery hall, Vietnam

The Capella Gallery hall is a convention centre in downtown Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. The multifunctional space hosts a wide variety of events, ranging from luxurious weddings and private parties to international business conferences and industry conventions.FULL STORY...

InfoComm to launch second Chinese exhibition in September 2018

InfoComm Asia has announced that it will be launching a second InfoComm China show in Chengdu, Western China. Slated to run from September 11 to 13, 2018, Chengdu InfoComm China will offer participating exhibitors, businesses and manufacturers new opportunities to tap into the lucrative Western China and Belt & Road Initiative (BRI) markets.FULL STORY...

Tripleplay expands technical expertise in Australasia

Tripleplay has expanded its technical team with the appointment of Nagashree Sudhindra as support engineer in Australia, joining Tripleplay’s global support team.FULL STORY...

Korean cinema installs first Samsung LED theatre screen

Samsung has installed its first commercial cinema LED screen in Korea after announcing the technology concept earlier this year. The screen, installed at the Lotte Cinema World Tower, is supported with audio from Harman and Samsung Audio Lab. Samsung revealed the product in March to coincide with the CinemaCon 2017 show in Las Vegas.FULL STORY...

AVI-SPL partners with Vega for Asia

AVI-SPL has formalised a strategic partnership with Vega to provide consistent support to global clients operating in Asia. An extension of AVI-SPL’s Global Accounts Management Program that was announced earlier this year, the inclusion of Vega’s resources in Asia is expected enhance AVI-SPL’s global delivery model.FULL STORY...

Wincomn Technology deploys Christie visual solutions at Wanda theme park

Wincomn Technology has deployed over 100 Christie projectors at the Harbin Wanda Cultural Tourism City, located in the capital of China’s Heilongjiang Province. The projectors were deployed for different areas of the venue such as a cinema complex, a large theatre and a movie technology park as well as immersive domes.FULL STORY...



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AV over IT "not just about technology" - Kramer's David Margolin explains
Speaking to InAVate editor Paul Milligan, Kramer's David Margolin talks about issues surrounding AV over IT and how the matter will progress in the future.

Panel discussion: Death of hardware
TJ Adams (QSC), Kay Ohse (Kramer) and Bob Michaels (ZeeVee) debate the death of hardware. As we move towards an AV/IT world, is it inevitable software will replace the 'black boxes' so associated with the AV market in the past?

InAVation Award winner Peter Coman on ISE 2017
InAVate APAC’s Hurrairah bin Sohail talks to Peter Coman, InDesign Technologies, winner of the International Project category at the 2017 InAVation Awards.



Should there be a global standard for assistive listening systems?


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