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Installation Profile: AV Update 
By Dan Daley
When the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Md., graduated its first class in 1854, semaphore flags were the primary means sailors used for long-distance...

World Market Center Las Vegas, Part 2 
By John W. DeWitt
World Market Center Las Vegas, host of the semi-annual Las Vegas Market event and year-round home to the Las Vegas Design Center, opened its third building this summer and will continue expanding aggressively over the next five years. To guide visitors and tenants through the rapidly growing, multi-building complex, a sophisticated, custom-developed wayfinding kiosk system was developed and piloted this past summer...

nLighten Technologies on Displays in the Corporate Environment 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
SVC recently set down with nLighten Technologies Vice President Ken Lee to discuss the trends in the corporate AV display market, how the market is changing, and what the road ahead looks like. ...

Brains Behind the Wall 
By Jay Ankeney
If you listen carefully, you can almost hear the videowall in the lobby of Philadelphia's Comcast Center thinking. For 18 hours a day, the giant 83ft.-wide-by-25ft.-high,...

Picture This: Video Technology at CEDIA  
By Jeff Sauer
The slow economy dragged attendance at CEDIA Expo 2008 down by a reported 14 percent from last year. But it didn't stop manufacturers from driving video...

Custom Signage Markets to Patients in Physicians' Offices  
By John W. DeWitt
In pursuit of captive audiences beyond traditional retail venues, digital-signage applications are expanding into new market niches. In physicians' offices, for instance, waiting-room televisions are making way for custom digital signage that markets products and services to patients while they wait...

Bottom Line: Flexible, Functional, and Cost Efficient 
By Jessaca Gutierrez
Keith Fish, VSI project manager, cited what is a common, straight-forward bottom line for many AV installations—flexibility, functionality, and cost efficiency—when discussing VSI’s most recent installation....

Toronto Deploys Wireless Signage on Commuter Trains 
By John W. DeWitt
Digital signage has become a ubiquitous tool for informing and entertaining the traveling public—particularly via fixed installations in airports, bus terminals, and train stations. "We face unique networking challenges when deploying on moving trains," says Jonathan Rhee, vice president of operations for United Mobile Broadcasting Corporation (UMBC)...

Market Mysteries 
By Michael Goldman
I'm just home from a vibrant CEDIA Expo 2008 — an event SVC is covering in detail online and in our upcoming October issue...

Expert Roundtable: Trends in Education 
By Jack Kontney
The education market for AV installation is both segmented and expansive. In terms of needs, goals, and requirements, there are distinct differences between K-12 and higher education...

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