Hello, to all you digital signage #AVtweeps! Happy Monday! I know that Mondays don’t slap quite like they used to because we’re all at home all the time, but I hope it brings you all joy to know that it is my birthday! And for my birthday I decided to give you all the gift of being able to sign up for our new project. You might have heard of it — it’s called LAVNCH, and we’re kicking off the platform with a whole week of events beginning April 27. Sign up here — be there or be square.
This week I have four whole columns for you to read because I know you’ve been looking forward to some quality reading. First, Anthony Coppedge discusses artificial intelligence and how we in the AV industry can use it to our advantage. Kevin Ivey from Baker Audio Visual discusses COVID-19 and its effect on entertainment venues. Plus, Mark Coxon writes about keeping your integration business on track during the current state of the world, and Graham Cooke from Futuresource Consulting ponders if the LCD video wall market is coming to an end. (Spoiler: He doesn’t think it is.)
In other news, Epson is shipping what it’s calling the world’s first 4K 3LCD 12,000-Lumen laser projector, Hypersign has a new DSaaS program, plus AVIXA has officially canceled InfoComm 2020 — so see you all next year in Orlando.