It's no secret that Apple and its CEO, Tim Cook, have a keen interest in virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) technologies - and Cook has only reinforced this impression in interviews. Apple's strategy in this field will generate significant consequences for the event planning and audio visual technologies spaces in the years to come.
So you've planned the perfect event: Designed a top-shelf lighting and effects scheme, invested heavily in your wireless technology, built a top-of-the-line sound system and brought in the best, most compelling speakers, presenters and exhibits. What's the next step for a cutting-edge event?
Presentations and meetings aren't what they used to be - and mostly, that's a good thing. Meetings need to engage and educate everyone present, and a number of new technologies and management systems have now made achieving that goal easier than ever. However, remember the important flip side to this trend: expectations are higher than ever before.
The NABShow (National Association of Broadcaster) took place during the last week of April in Las Vegas and FMAV was there! We walked the tradeshow floor and thought we’d share with you some of what we learned.
Topics: AV Technology
There's no question social media presence plays an enormous role in the way people interact with and attend events - from small meetings to massive concerts and conventions.
Topics: How To's & Best Practices
During meetings and events, some of your audience's attention will inevitably wander. The key to a successful conference is managing that attention and responding to it.
FMAV, the largest Canadian-owned audiovisual company, today announced the acquisition of Ruoff & Company, an established leader in corporate audiovisual and event production. This move supports FMAV’s continued growth plans in the Canadian corporate events market.
Topics: press release
FMAV AWARDED AV PRODUCTION COMPANY OF THE YEAR AT 2017 LIVE MUSIC INDUSTRY AWARDS
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (TORONTO, ON) – April 19, 2017
FMAV is pleased to announce it has been awarded AV Production Company of the Year at the 2017 Live Music Industry Awards, presented by El Mocambo. Held during Canadian Music Week, the awards celebrate the best of Canada’s live music business sector.
Large events can be a major source of greenhouse gas emissions. Think of all the elements of your event: venue, food & beverage, transportation, paper and other materials and your audiovisual systems all leave a carbon footprint. In support of Earth Day, here are nine ways to help reduce the carbon footprint at your next event: