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24June

Kramer's VIA Campus takes award at InfoComm16

Kramer's VIA Campus takes award at InfoComm16

VIA Campus "Most Innovative Collaboration Product" Award at InfoComm 2016.

The Solution Offers Easy Wireless Connectivity, Advanced Presentation Capabilities and a Comprehensive Set of User-Friendly Collaboration Features

Kramer’s VIA Campus, an innovative Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) wireless presentation and collaboration solution for any meeting environment, classroom or training room, won the SCN Installation Products award for "Most Innovative Collaboration Product" at InfoComm 2016.

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06June

ABRIE DU PLOOY NOW ON SACIA's BOARD

ABRIE DU PLOOY NOW ON SACIA's BOARD

Abrie answers SACIA questions

Congratulations to Abrie Du Plooy for his election on the SACIA board. Electrosonic SA is proud to have three members on the board, including Bruce Schwartz as Chair of the TPSA Council and Bruce Genricks, Chair of the ProAV Council.

Abrie du Plooy is Product Manager of NEC, GALAXY & ZeeVee at Electrosonic SA.

http://www.sacia.org.za/

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05May

Bruce Genricks elected as the new chair of SACIA's ProAV Council

Bruce Genricks elected as the new chair of SACIA's ProAV Council

By Kevan Jones, Executive Director at SACIA

Congratulations to Bruce Genricks for being elected as the new chair of SACIA's ProAV Council. Bruce served as chairman of the SACIA Board from May 2012-2014. He replaces Wynand Langenhoven who served as Board chair from May 2014-2016. The Council chair is elected for a period of two years and is not eligible to serve consecutive terms.

Bruce Genricks is the CEO of Electrosonic SA

http://www.sacia.org.za/ 

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01March

Infrastructure for Connected Homes: What’s Holding Us Back?

Infrastructure for Connected Homes: What’s Holding Us Back?

By Lyle Tarby, New Business Developer, Electrosonic SA

This topic is not new, but it needs to be raised again if it is to gain traction. Property developers, architects, electrical contractors, audio visual installers and end users all need to keep networks and control systems in mind when designing and building homes.

The Internet of Things (IoT) is a reality, connectivity is non-negotiable, and the availability of high speed bandwidth is becoming more readily available. So it is a priority, not a luxury, to build homes that accommodate the latest technology.

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