Ford AV Blog

Digital Signage: Your Questions Answered

Ford AV resident video expert, Mike Jarnagin, sat down to answer some common digital signage questions. Digital Signage Control – Once a Digital Signage system is installed, how is it maintained, controlled and operated? The system... Read More »

The Many Uses of Digital Signage

From retail to corporate, campus to municipalities–the use of Digital Signage is now the standard for organizations to capture the attention of their clients, co-workers, students and patrons for both internal and external messaging. Digital... Read More »

Changing the Way We Meet

On a typical day, there are over 17 million meetings in the U.S. In fact, according to a Verizon Communications study, the average business professional attends over 60 meetings each month. However, collaboration is essential... Read More »

8 Tips for Getting the Most From Your Video Wall

Here are some tips for getting the most from your video wall deployments: Determine Your Digital Signage Needs and Goals It’s important to give strong consideration to the video wall’s purpose, size considerations, and client... Read More »

Trends in AV Communications

Houses of Worship Growing churches know that today’s congregations are media savvy and accustom to engaging video, graphics, and sound, leaving the church scrambling for creative media solutions to keep their congregants connected. Some common... Read More »

Transporting the Signal: Digital vs. Analog

In the past, audio signals were analog one-way, single-purpose and point-to-point, requiring single wires for each, commonly resulting in large confusing masses of cables. Today, digital technology transports the audio on standard data networks. Some... Read More »

AV Technology in Education

Pairing education with technology is imperative to create a successful learning environment. Private and public schools find themselves squeezed between tight budgets and students, who are best engaged with high-tech media. School systems are utilizing... Read More »