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The Buzz: Install of the Month 
Mike Lethby
Emirates Palace Abu Dhabi, UAE Fit for an Emir Partially opened in February 2005 and scheduled for completion later this year, the new seven-star Emirates Palace in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates...

IT Trends: Turf Wars 
By Brent Harshbarger
The conflict still continues in a battle that should have never been. This is not taking place in the Middle East or anywhere else, in a geographical sense. I am talking about the turf wars ...

Beyond House Calls 
By Rosanne Soifer
Lights, camera, scalpel! Telemedicine is making its mark on the medical world. This article provides an overview of telemedicine and includes a discussion...

Installation Profile: OR AV
University Hospital UAB
 
By Stephen Porter
At the new, 12-story, $275 million University Hospital at the University of Alabama (UAB), there is a host of reasons for visitors to be impressed. ...

The Buzz:
Install of the Month
 
By Trevor Boyer
When audiovisual gear is to be used primarily by non-AV professionals, especially part-time nonprofessionals, ease of use really pays off. At Lansing...

A Brain Shift 
By Rashid Skaf
Executive Vice President, AMX Corporation

The control systems industry is undergoing a face-lift. An industry once committed to developing proprietary systems has recently changed its tune and is beginning to embrace open standards in systems networking. The reason: standardization and open systems are essential to promote system and product interoperability. ...

Installation Profile:
Big Bowl, Big Changes
 
By Kristinha M. Anding
Thousands of fortunate Patriots and Eagles fans packed the Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla., on Feb. 6 to experience the thrills of Super Bowl XXXIX. Although the visitors most likely enjoyed the lush amenities ...

Tight spot can be the right spot for AV 

Big screens in small rooms, with lots of connectivity and control options hidden in tiny spaces. That’s often the challenge to the AV integrator working in the corporate environment. And a growing range of options, many driven by the burgeoning consumer display market, is available to help meet that challenge. Many of today’s new AV systems–particularly displays—have been created to fit in minimal spaces. Plasmas, LCDs, and other flat-panel displays are obvious examples, but so are rear-projection TVs that require less and less “throw distance” to serve larger and larger images. New LCD and DLP RPTVs often generate images that are 60in. or larger with roughly a foot of depth. ...

Installation Profile: Cornell University's School of Civil and Environmental Engineering Instructional Facility 
By Daniel Keller
While life-changing events such as the recent tsunami disaster tend to momentarily raise public awareness about earthquake studies,...

No Tech Left Behind 
By Bruce Borgerson
Back when the world was analog, major new product introductions were accompanied by, at most, a few hours of product training. Then came the tectonic...

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