Can Collaborative AV Meet the Remote Work Moment?


AV solutions companies are in the middle of a critical shift in integrations. High-traffic areas like schools and offices are seeking ways to collaborate with end users across remote and hybrid work models, while live event venues returning to their best and brightest shows debate new ways to create immersive digital touch points during the live experience. How should the design of an AV solution try to keep an organization’s purpose or use case at the forefront? And how can different industries create an environment for natural and spontaneous collaboration using AV tools?

To get a better perspective on these points, I called up Travis Baumann, Director of Installation and Design at InGenius Solutions, to give insights, tips, and tricks into how companies are investing in AV to increase collaboration among remote and hybrid working conditions.

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