Lighting is an important, but often overlooked aspect of technology decisions for institutions. Here are the differences between CFL Lighting and LED Lighting.
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This week’s Project of the Week winner is 1 Hotel Central Park. The technology build out features new, energy efficient lighting and other green technology initiatives.
Tools that aid dealers are easy to overlook. However, when it comes to the latest solutions from the Midwestern company Lowell Manufacturing, integrators are sure to appreciate the company’s new RLB Series of vertical-mount light bars and RPL Series of rack-mount panels. Lowell, which is celebrating its 70th anniversary, says its latest products were conceived from a […]
Tech experts reveal where education technology is headed after the 2016-2017 academic year.
In the integration industry, we often talk about how Millennials in the workplace elevate demand for interactive meeting room and omnipresent technology. That same argument can be applied (and amplified) to the higher education market. Collaboration is nothing new for college students. Walk into any university’s student union, cafeteria or even a nice area outdoors and […]
Right off the heels of the announcement that Crestron will now charge $500 for jobs that include Lutron or Vantage lighting controls, the company released its own series of wireless lighting control products called Zūm. The Zūm product line is designed to make the setup and management of lighting control in any space (including commercial environments) easy […]
Each year the National Systems Contractor Association (NSCA), the leading not-for-profit association representing the commercial electronic systems industry, awards a handful of integration firms for excellence in a number of categories. The 2017 winners reveal six firms with bright futures in the industry. These firms have stood out among the pack in terms of business, […]
The age of traditional teaching methods are in the past now. We do not perceive the teaching-learning process as a one way street anymore. On the contrary, it is proven that the knowledge is acquired the best when there is an interaction between the teacher and the students. In order to make that interaction more […]
I already have a standing desk at work. I don’t always stand at it. I won’t lie to you. There are times where I’m too tired or too lazy or too sucked into my work to stay standing. However, there is always a portion of every day where I choose to stand, whether that be […]
Technology has long been a part of education, with PCs and interactive whiteboards being a staple during the 90s and early 00s. However, technology has continued to evolve within the education sector as more and more institutions utilized web-based learning and social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. Some schools embraced social media, […]