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Using Crestron Home for SIP Calls
For this podcast we talk with Neil Silver of Lighting Control and Phil Pini, Director of Residential Sales UK for Crestron about the new panel to panel communications drivers that Lighting Control has developed and the impact they’ll have on the Residential and Hospitality marketplace.Hosted by Andre Goltara from TIG Crestron.
Crestron Europe Integration Awards 2021 Podcast – The Judges Offer Top Tips on Submitting Your Entry
We’ve teamed up with the judges of this year’s Crestron Europe Integration Awards top record a podcast that discusses what they’re looking for in an award-winning project, and offering their top tips on the best ways for integrators to present their entries.Petra van Meeuwen, Crestron’s Director of Customer Experience, who is leading the awards process said: ‘As well as being a great way for our integrators to learn how they can finesse their submissions, the video and podcast is the perfect introduction to our judging panel. The judges were chosen from across the industry to bring their individual areas of expertise as well as a diversity of perspectives. Ahead of the judging process itself we brought some of them together to offer insight into what they’re looking for, and to discuss the industry trends that they want to see become positive features in areas such as hybrid working and learning, and to reflect the needs of new types of clients.” The members of the judging panel that joined the podcase were:Sarah Joyce, Chief Global Officer, AVIXAAs Chief Global Officer of AVIXA, Sarah oversees the association’s global membership, certification, councils, and international trade shows.Jack Robinson, Director, SuperYacht TechnologyJack launched Superyacht Technology with a goal to bring tech to the forefront of the sector, and recently established the Superyacht Technology Conference. Wayne Buttigieg, Director of Teaching & Learning Technology, London Business SchoolWayne co-created the Hybrid Teaching model at LBS in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, which now has world-leading spaces that enable users to seamlessly pivot between face to face, virtual and hybrid teaching. Chris Pask, Director, Charlton Brown Architecture & InteriorsCharlton Brown Architecture & Interiors is an award-winning practice where over the last 20 years Director Chris Pask has built a reputation for innovative solutions which enlighten a brief and give delight to completed projects.
TIG Panel Discussion: How to plan a successful Hybrid Teaching model
TIG asked some industry experts about the future of teaching and learning environments, and to provide practical advice for Universities to consider when implementing a hybrid learning model. The discussion responds to the results of a recent survey conducted by TIG, which saw 10% of the UK's Higher Education establishments give their thoughts on how the pandemic has affected the sector. A crucial finding was that no-one is predicting a move fully back to the classroom or fully online, with 100% of respondents seeing a mix of virtual and in-person learning, suggesting that hybrid teaching is a key term which will drive the investment and development of teaching spaces. The experts that shared their knowledge and top tips during the 30-minute panel discussion:Phil Waterhouse, Education Business Development Manager from AV and UC hardware manufacturer, Crestron UKAdam Harvey, Solution Architect from the University of HertfordshireDr. Ross Little, Technical Supervisor from the University of LeedsSimon Ferguson, Sales Director from technical furniture specialist Top-Tec
Building the Connected Workplace
Technological Innovations Group (TIG) hosts a discussion with corporate AV leader, Crestron, workspace management software provider, NFS Technology Group, and award-winning guest services specialist, Rapport, to provide clarity on what companies should be focussing on, and where to prioritise investments to remain futureproof as the Covid pandemic has forced a rethink of how workplaces function. Robin van Meeuwen of Crestron, Luis De Souza of NFS and Greg Mace of Rapport discuss the role of technology in the new hybrid workplace, and address questions such as:How can technology boost efficiency and wellness at work?What are the new technologies that will support workplace change?The best ways to manage people in a COVID sensitive environment – what are customers reporting?What does Unified Communications mean for the modern workplace?What are the future service models for corporate services?What types of provider will emerge as key players as working patterns change?How are users adapting to collaborative workspaces?