AUDIOVISUAL INTEGRATORS already understand the “wow” factor. Now Internet of Things technology is poised to put even more wow into the wow.
Businesses use AV equipment for a wide range of purposes, from site security to conferencing solutions to warehouse monitoring. Yet the vast majority of those solutions are hardwired, proprietary systems that lack the ability to integrate into business IT services or support remote access. The time is ripe for transformation via IoT-based replacements that leverage the latest technologies.
ProAV is a lucrative market. Indeed, it is projected to grow from $186 billion in 2018 to $230 billion by 2023, according to the 2018 AV Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA) Global Summary from AV industry membership organization AVIXA. IoT for smart buildings is one of the top five technology trends driving that growth, according to the report.
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