The combination of Televic’s flexibility in producing bespoke solutions and its systems’ open interfacing architecture opens up unique possibilities for integration partners. It allows them to offer really unique and integrated solutions that meet very specific client requirements. The project at Österåkers Kommun is a perfect example.
Österåker is a municipality located outside of Stockholm, Sweden. The “Österåkers Kommun” city council recently switched to an integrated solution from Televic and Q enter AB. A solution that wouldn’t have been possible without Televic’s flexibility and software API.
A renovation of the entire audiovisual conferencing system at the European Court of Justice has led to a more user-friendly, more productive and more manageable working environment.
Televic finalized a renovation at the European Court of Justice, renewing the entire audiovisual system. The close integration of IT and AV systems has led to an increase in productivity of the Court.
The result of the collaboration with Televic proved to be so satisfying that the Court is now developing plans for a further integration. Read more
This month I traveled to London for an event organized by AV Magazine. A group of leading AV consultants met for a round table discussion at the Grosvenor house hotel on park lane and because we were an event sponsor, we had an opportunity to sit in on the debate.
And an interesting one it was.The discussion on IT and AV convergence hit the bull’s eye, especially against the backdrop of the launch of uniCOS, our flagship multimedia conference system. The answer to the question on how this merger affects the consultant’s role gave us some valuable insights.
It’s obvious when we talk to customers, integrators, consultants and end-users: conference systems are going through a significant change process.
Boundaries are blurring between audio and IT, between dedicated hardware and the mobile devices that conference system users carry with them.
Conference systems: a bigger ecosystem
The questions we ask ourselves when we are discussing where our product roadmaps should lead to are the same questions we see resounding in the industry. Conference systems are no longer a thing of the audio guy setting up a few microphones … no, they’ve become part of a much bigger ecosystem involving other people, other divisions and other technology.
And along comes the question, should a mission critical tool like a conference system be open for compatibility or closed for security and reliability?