May 2014 - A great value-add to your attendance at InfoComm this year will be to gain in-depth knowledge on the best practices to achieve audio intelligibility in flexible meeting environments such as divisible spaces and videoconferencing facilities.
The need to combine audio from different rooms, whether locally with divisible spaces or remotely for video teleconferencing, is a very common requirement in today’s meeting environments. The key to ensure customer satisfaction in such installations is to focus on achieving perfect audio intelligibility as audio – not video – is the single most important component of any meeting. Audio matters is the guiding motto of Media Vision. The company has expertise in advising on user-friendly, flexible technologies for audio clarity.
The InfoComm training will cover the topic underlining the importance of audio in divisible conference rooms, teleconferencing, videoconferencing, and presenting solutions for room combination and multi-room configurations. The objective is for attendees to this training course to learn the right tools and processes to achieve the kind of audio clarity that adds meaning to a conversation, across the room or across the world.
The training course will be held on Friday June 20th from 8:30am to 10:00am in InfoComm14 Manufacturers’ training room. The course will be presented by Wesley Sutliff (CTS), Technical Sales Manager at Media Vision. Mr. Sutliff, has overseen the implementation of conference systems in North America for the better part of a decade with the chief responsibility of training integrators and end users alike.
In addition to the training course, Media Vision will be exhibiting at booth #C9540, with the exclusive release of the new generation TAIDEN 8300 Multimedia unit as well as displaying other wired and digital infrared wireless conferencing systems.
About Media Vision Media Vision is a leading provider of professional wired and wireless conferencing solutions for multipurpose meeting rooms, VTC boardrooms, training centers, council chambers and auditoriums. Supported by feature-rich, flexible technologies, powerful software, and a dedicated product engineering team, we work with system integrators and consultants to design conferencing solutions that improve the audio intelligibility in the room and on the far end for distance communication. Additional information can be found at www.media-vision.com