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Content creation for fulldome projection

Fulldome video artist Ralph Heinsohn talks to Anna Mitchell about his influences, projects and the technologies and possibilities that are getting him excited.FULL STORY...

Drones and surveillance: an opportunity for AV?

Continuing our series of Q&As supporting InAVate's focus on drones in the Jan/Feb 2015 edition, Tim Kridel talks to Andrea Sorri, Axis Communications business development director for government, city surveillance and critical infrastructure.FULL STORY...

Drones meet AV: where's the opportunity?

In the Jan/Feb edition of InAVate magazine Tim Kridel looks at the growing use of drones across many fields and asks some experts how AV professionals can take advantage of the emerging technology. In the first Q&A he speaks with Bryan Field-Elliot, PixiePath founder and CEO.FULL STORY...

Outlook for AV in Switzerland

Anna Mitchell discusses the outlook for AV in Switzerland with its largest integration firm and finds that, despite the country remaining outside the EU, European relations are pervading every level of business.FULL STORY...

Q&A: Lt. Eddie Lawhorn, Regent University

In the December edition of InAVate magazine Tim Kridel explores the surveillance market and the technologies needed to identify and catch criminals. Here, Tim talks to Lt. Eddie Lawhorn, tech services division manager at Regent University’s campus police department.FULL STORY...

Q&A: Dave Muscat, Christie

Tim Kridel talks with Christie's senior director of Visualization, Simulation and Control Room Solutions for the Americas Region. Together they try to determine how to improve the quality of surveillance in today's modern, tech-savvy world.FULL STORY...

Quality control in surveillance

In the December edition of InAVate magazine Tim Kridel explores the surveillance market and the technologies needed to identify and catch criminals. Here, in the first of a series of Q&A's, Tim talks to Hayashi Noriyuki, Senior Manager - Security / Broadcast, Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa.FULL STORY...

Software gains ground in video processing

After settling into his role heading up Analog Way's new R&D team, Philippe Vitali, integration and application software director, spoke to Anna Mitchell about interfaces, interoperability and the importance of support.FULL STORY...

Audio networking approaches and benefits

InAVate editor Paul Milligan explores the benefits of audio networking and looks at some different approaches for AV integrators wanting to convey those benefits to clients.FULL STORY...

Biamp emphasises training offerings

Overview of Biamp's online and in-person training offerings that educate users about a range of technologies relevant to the industry.FULL STORY...



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Aero 20A from D.A.S.
Darrin Young from D.A.S. intros the Aero 20A line array module that incorporates a Powersoft amp module.

SVSi expands windowing processor with N3510
Mark Templeton from SVSi by AMX takes InAVate.TV through the features of the company's N3510 windowing processor.

Community weatherproofs with new material
Community takes a new approach to protect I Series loudspeaker cabinets from the weather that also reduces turnaround times.


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