As businesses invest in the technology which will support their workforce in the new hybrid landscape, adopting global standards becomes a near imperative for a seamless integration experience.
Online Event from 10:00 - 18:30 BST
Sharp/NEC will take part in this online event of the AV Cultural Forum brought to you live from Shure UK's Rose Centre. The event is targeting at frontline members in the museum, cultural and attraction world and Graham Kirkpatrick and Simon Hayes from Sharp/NEC will let you in on some key topics between 14:00 and 15:00 GMT.
At the heart of the news on ARTE
ARTE is a public cultural and European channel whose mission is to bring Europeans closer together, it is financed by the audio-visual contribution in France and Germany. The new ARTE Journal and ARTE Journal Junior studio set in Strasbourg, completed this year, now includes three new Sharp/NEC video walls.
Living your best life goes hand in hand with prioritising your mental wellbeing. For many, a regular visit to the cinema to see the latest blockbuster or to hang out with friends is a major highlight in their social calendar - it makes people happy!
In order to make a museum visit engaging and interesting for a greater number of people, contemporary exhibitions and displays have been making ever more use of digital technologies. Descriptions of exhibits are becoming more interactive and engaging thanks to the introduction of big screens and display panels, projections, and other audio-visual solutions. Russian museums and exhibitions, too, are keeping abreast of global trends.
With Microsoft Certification, collaborate in the confidence that your workspace is optimised for productivity in a hybrid world. Bringing your teams together, whether in-office or remote, the WD551 delivers a frictionless experience with best in class audio visual quality. A single, secure USB-C cable connects your device to the WD551 for instant meetings using your familiar tools, whilst built-in sensor technology supports smart meeting space management.