What is AV? (Audio & Visual)
What is Audio & Visual?
Audio and Visual Technology is electronic devices which process media through a sound and/or visual component. Audio and Visual aids have been used for many years to ensure messages are retained for longer period of time. Technology has allowed this to progress this to assist in a collaborative setting.
Audio and Visual Solutions can transform the way your staff work and how you communicate internally and externally. Audio and Visual equipment helps your business make an impression to visitors and staff alike. Audio and Visual (AV) solutions gives you the ability to showcase your business as enhancing any business collaboration.
Advantages of Audio-Visual Technology include:
Enhance Collaboration – Improve brand awareness – Increase internal communication – Impress Visitors
Audio and Visual Equipment and Technology
Internet Protocol television (IPTV) transmits content via your internet connection not through a fibre-optic cable, radio or satellite.
IP TV allows you to do share messages, presentations or videos across multiple screens using your computer and pushing it out.
Wireless Presentation applications allow you to share your presentations from any device to all compatible screens using a simple application.
Interactive Screens and Whiteboards
Interactive screens and whiteboards enable you to pull everyone around a screen, draw a new concept, tweak it, annotate and save it really easily. You can take that team meeting one step further but enabling everyone their input, even if they are based remotely, editing and sharing, real-time.
You can get interactive screens and whiteboards which are fixed or portable.
Projectors and Projector Screens
You can get projectors which can be moved throughout a business or alternatively, fixed to one location, which is ideal for those who use a certain are, regularly for presentations.
When you need a projector, you are likely to need a projector screen which can also fixed or portable.
Should you opt for a fixed projector and screen; they can be hidden and motorised to release them when you need them, which enhances the space and cleaner feel to meeting rooms, event venues and auditoriums.
Public address (PA System) / Tannoy systems
A public address system, known as a PA system or Tannoy system allows communication across multiple departments / buildings at one time by using audio technology such as microphones, speakers and amplifiers.
There are three main types of speakers; fixed bracket speakers, integrated ceiling speakers and freestanding speakers.
Integrated Ceiling Speakers are ideal when you would like to create a pleasant ambience with background music.
Fixed Bracket Speakers are great when you are unable to use integrated ceiling speakers but still want a clear audio, however, they tend to be better placed in corners meaning you may audio quality gaps.
Freestanding Speakers tend to be more advantageous in events when a venue’s room might need to be moved around because of the type of event or number of people in the room, therefore freestanding speakers are a better choice to ensure the audio is maximised based on the event itself.
Video Conferencing phones
Video conference phones, allows for the visual and audio of a conference call meeting to take place.
The Samsung Interactive Remote Control for Hospitality (REACH) allows you to manage all your Samsung TVs centrally and remotely. With REACH you can display and deploy all of your content throughout your venue using one management system.
Which businesses can benefit the most from Audio and Visual Solutions?
- Manufacturing centres
- Car Dealerships
- GP Surgeries
- Distribution centres
- Meeting rooms
- Contact Centres
- Event Venues