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Mechdyne's User-First Philosophy Featured in InAVate Magazine

Mechdyne's User-First Philosophy Featured in InAVate Magazine

Mechdyne is featured in April's edition of InAVate magazine to discuss our "user first, technology second" approach in providing optimal audiovisual solutions for our clients. Learn how to balance what you want with what you need from your AV technology, and read more.

Creating Successful Solutions: A Response to AV Newcomers

Creating Successful Solutions: A Response to AV Newcomers

Commercial Integrator published an article titled "3 Newbies Share What Surprised Them About the AV Industry," about insights from newcomers to the industry. Read Mechdyne's response and ideas to improve the AV and IT industries based on these insights.

Insight: The Unsung Hero Conundrum - Protect the IT Team

Insight: The Unsung Hero Conundrum - Protect the IT Team

Conference room technology has a bad reputation for inhibiting streamlined collaboration sessions. Frustrated and anxious users call the IT team for help to resolve simple, trainable disruptions, which leads to millions of dollars per year in wasted time and forward progress on strategic IT goals. The problem may seem daunting, but the solution is simple.

Virtual Reality Unites Manufacturing Teams at FABTECH 2016

Virtual Reality Unites Manufacturing Teams at FABTECH 2016

Innovative, 3D technology solutions improve manufacturing processes in design reviews, agile improvements, and customer engagement. Long-time Mechdyne partner Genesis Systems Group is experiencing benefits beyond process improvements - engineering, technicians, and sales teams are working together in a more collaborative and cohesive way. Genesis will be showcasing their 3D technology - a curved, four-by-four tiled, mobile visualization solution - at FABTECH 2016 in Las Vegas.

Insight: How the CAVE2 Supports War Room Collaboration

Insight: How the CAVE2 Supports War Room Collaboration

When both traditional conference room audiovisual technology and immersive environments are inadequate to enable war room collaboration, forward-thinking organizations incorporate both 2D and 3D collaborative elements into their collaboration spaces. The CAVE2 fosters a collaborative, comfortable working environment to enable users to access work artifacts, supporting materials, and communication needs.