AIA-Accredited A/V Tech Webinars

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Join us for our new monthly series of live webinars to learn how you can weave architectural design and audiovisual technology together to create immersive experiences that make a lasting impact for clients. You’ll hear from top industry leaders and brands about incorporating stable, yet flexible A/V solutions in designs that meet the unique needs of your clients and their audiences. 


Upcoming Webinars


Tuesday, June 22nd at 12:00PM | Residential Lighting Controls (in partnership with Crestron)
This seminar provides an overview of standard vs. automated residential lighting control systems as well as basic lighting design terminology and system components. You’ll gain an understanding of various residential control solutions and the benefits associated with each system.

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Tuesday July 13th at 12PM | Illuminating our Experiences with Human-Centric Lighting (In Partnership with Lutron)
To understand human-centric lighting, we first need to understand how lighting can impact the livability of an office, retail space, or other commercial building. In this commercial design webinar, we’ll define the four elements that make up human-centric lighting and explore design best practices for HCL and how to communicate these benefits to clients. We’ll also specify where HCL can be used in various space types to improve the human experience and overall satisfaction with the space. Finally, we’ll examine key design considerations and smart technologies that enable HCL.

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Tuesday, July 27 at 12:00 PM | AV & IT Connectivity in Ceilings, Walls, Floors and Tables (in partnership with FSR)
Today’s designs demand a variety of communications and multi-media capabilities; this course will guide architects and interior designers through the convergence of technology with building design. Audiovisual applications in various spaces will be covered, and the connectivity requirements associated with them will be discussed. AV, along with IT technologies impact the structure, and housing the connectivity components associated with these technologies in ceilings, walls and floors will be featured. A variety of ceiling, wall and floor boxes as cable management solutions will be discussed. The different features of these boxes will be covered, as well as UL requirements, electrical issues, the merging of technology and aesthetics, and developments in connectivity will also be discussed.

Various connectivity and cable management solutions within tables and other furniture will be covered. Different types of infrastructure components will also be discussed. The program will relate to architectural designs of the interior of educational facilities, hotels, workspaces, and general meeting rooms. Working with AV consultants to prepare for the media aspects of the design will be discussed in the final portion of the presentation. The presentation has also been approved for credit by the International Interior Design Association (IIDA).

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