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Must-have conferencing technology for the hybrid work model

Must-have conferencing technology for the hybrid work model

“Can you see me?”  “Can you hear me?”  “Is there a construction crew drilling nearby?”  “You’re frozen.”  “You should call IT.”  “I’m sorry, but we’ve run out of time.”

If these phrases sound familiar, there’s a good chance your company has joined the ranks of the new hybrid workplace reality.  

 What was once considered a temporary response to the ongoing pandemic, the hybrid work model looks like it’s here to stay. For most, this work-from-home and sometimes work-at-the-office lifestyle satisfies a yearning for balance and freedom. The question is, how can IT and facility managers ensure that remote workers and office workers feel like they’re all working under the same roof? 

If you are an IT professional, IT Manager, CEO, Procurement Manager, or Estate Manager, you don’t want to miss this boat. 

The highs of the hybrid work model 

73% of employees want remote work options to remain in place1

In our whitepaper entitled ‘Can you hear me now? Key conferencing technology to help IT and facility managers embrace hybrid work mode’, we outline the needs and benefits of a carefully conceived hybrid work plan. 

The magic begins when you provide all users with the same and most up-to-date conferencing technology. This contributes to increased employee engagement, overall productivity and consistent and predictable work experience. As a bonus, an investment in AV technology can ensure its efficiency and long-term lifespan. And last but not least, your IT department can shift their time and effort away from endless AV troubleshooting. 

If you lose your video, you can still carry a conversation. If you lose your audio, the meeting is over.

Idan Razon, Director, Collaboration Solutions and IT, Solotech
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Sound makes the world go-‘round

When it comes to videoconferencing technology, the Solotech advantage is certainly in the sound. Founded on audio expertise in live events, companies around the world now count on Solotech for impeccable sound, video and hardware/software technology solutions.

Sound is pivotal to the videoconferencing experience in the hybrid work model. The right audio processor and omnidirectional microphone can change everything. But this is only the beginning.

Did you know that the right acoustic treatment can reduce distractions by 51%2?

A tech team that understands your reality

66% of business leaders are considering redesigning office space for hybrid work3.

Our whitepaper will walk you through the pain points of the hybrid workplace model and share solutions aimed at company leaders who want to future-proof their audiovisual systems. Discover the benefits of best-in-class videoconferencing technology for both your employees and your bottom line.

Find out how to optimize video feeds, choose the right software, and the importance of hardware and after-sales support. The insights and tips you’ll read are steps towards making sure you never hear the phrase again Can you hear me now?”

1-3 Eldeman Data x Intelligence Survey sponsored by Microsoft, (2021)www.microsoft.com/en-us/worklab/work-trend-index/hybrid-work 
2 David M. Sykes PhD., (2009) Productivity: How Acoustics Affect Workers’ Performance In Offices & Open Areas 

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Canada’s 2022 Festival Season: A Symbol of Renewal

Canada’s 2022 Festival Season: A Symbol of Renewal

After two years of changing, postponing, and even canceling festivals, this new 2022 season will be held under the sign of renewal, and it could be a legitimate turning point for the industry. After being sidelined for the last two years, our Live Productions team is ready to meet the high demand and pumped to get the machine rolling again.

“It’s great news: there will be many opportunities for Solotech,” said Jerome Dussault, Sales Director, Quebec, Live Productions Division. “We are getting back to a classic formula, very experiential. Events and festivals want to impress.”

A new, more efficient approach

This forced break allowed Solotech to rethink its working methods. Now, the company’s experts focus even more on customer support.

“We now have an upstream customer approach,” explains Nicolas Labbé, Senior Technical Specialist at Solotech. “This method involves both the event designers and Solotech representatives. It allows everyone to prepare better and thus simplify the process.”

“Everybody wins when we can work in prevention rather than in reaction,” adds Jerome Dussault. “You can make better decisions when you have time.” This approach allows everyone to get more creative. 

"Solotech is a company that knows how to adapt to the different situations during the events, thanks to its specialist team. We are very proud to count them among our partners."

Chantal Boivin, General Manager, Hakim Productions

Classic formula with expanded possibilities

Things getting back to normal is excellent news for everyone. However, Solotech has no intention to deny its virtual technologies expertise acquired over the past years.

“It will evolve, change from what we have known, but virtual technologies are here to stay,” assured Alexandre Miasnikof, Head of Virtual Events at Solotech.

As much among event organizers and festivalgoers, we feel a strong desire to return to a classic formula focused on the on-site user experience. The available technological services include multimedia content production for promotional purposes, VIP packages, and live or delayed broadcasts of the event, thus breaking down physical and geographical barriers.

“The festivalgoer is there to live the experience,” continues Alexandre Miasnikof. “Technology allows us to reach a clientele who would not attend the event on-site. We can meet the demand for online broadcasts, for example, of an event in Montreal for people in Vancouver.”

Solotech’s Media and Entertainment Technology team also anticipates a growing demand for the addition of extended reality technologies to special events and festivals. Thus, Solotech is working hard to position itself to lead the parade, support its customers, and meet their technological needs.

"The dedication, the adaptability, and the reflex of their employees to always do better fit into our philosophy of creating a memorable, professional, and unique experience for our festivalgoers."

Pascal Lafrenière, General Manager, Festival Western de St-Tite

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Event Planning in a Post-Pandemic World

EVENT PLANNING IN A POST-PANDEMIC WORLD

BORING IS OUT

In an era where “the bigger the better” rules, expectations about event experiences have escalated accordingly. Event planning is a booming industry of spectacle and community — and ordinary just won’t do anymore. That’s where we come in. Our expertise provides the “wow” factor.

Since 1977, we have grown exponentially into a global leader in audiovisual and entertainment technology with offices throughout North America, Asia and Europe. Clients have come to count on us for support to transform their event concepts and ideas into unforgettable moments.

From a corporate head office to a sold-out Céline Dion concert, no venue is too small or too big. And every dream can become an event reality.

EMERGING FROM TWO DIFFICULT YEARS

Professionals in the events industry are all asking: How do we survive this pandemic? As with anything so completely unexpected, organizations initially responded differently. Many were slow to react while others didn’t fully recognize the looming… or lasting impact. We were not immune to these shifts ourselves, but the scope of our solution services enabled us to pivot back and forth from in-person events to virtual or hybrid business events.

We also supported companies by equipping them with the necessary technology to communicate in the new “work from home” world order. At times, this even meant creating in-house studios. During the upheaval, one of the fundamental issues that arose was the true lack of emotional attachment associated with many digital events. A new challenge was afoot: how to structure an event that connect people and encourages greater participation?

Engagement is the key word — and the key to a memorable event. That’s what all industry pros aim for.

One immediate solution was to visually create virtual audiences, largely achieved with multi-screen tiles. While this proved effective, businesses were quickly on the hunt for the next big innovation and upgraded tools to engage their audience. This is especially true for company events. If the main purpose is to convey a message, how can Solotech help shine a spotlight on that message?

That’s always been our stated goal.

HYBRID AND VIRTUAL EVENTS ARE HERE TO STAY

It hasn’t been all been bad news. One positive thing that surfaced is that audiences’ familiarity with virtual gatherings. Moving forward, no one will think twice about an event held in Montreal featuring a speaker remotely based in Australia.

Now event organizers can have big names “pop in” for an hour or partake in a multi-speaker panel. Imagine being a captive audience member to Bill Gates’ latest musings or having Michelle Obama deliver a virtual keynote address. Events such as these could also be as interactive and immersive as required as Solotech’s state-of-the-art equipment and specialists make every configuration possible.

The hybrid model is here to stay, and with it, every opportunity to expand the scope of content and drive audience engagement.

POST-EVENT CONTENT OPPORTUNITIES

Event professionals are increasingly interested in capturing content and making it available for future re-broadcasts. TED Talks are the perfect example of packaging an event experience and making it available to anyone unable to attend. But industry pros need to proceed with caution and ask some important questions including who own the rights to that content.

AT THE END OF THE DAY...

Regardless of how spectacular a digital event may be, nothing can replace the impact of one-on-one interaction. There’s nothing like being in the same room together. More companies are recognizing this fact and placing greater emphasize on the participant experience. Solotech’s customized solutions, in all cases, will ensure that audience engagement is the number one priority.

FOUR FACTORS TO CONSIDER WHEN PLANNING YOUR EVENT

UP THE ANTE…TO WOW

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We live in a fast-paced attention economy and engaging your audience to maintain focus is crucial. How will you communicate your message in a persuasive way — before, during and after the event? How will technology be used to contribute to a unified and compelling message?

NETWORK, NETWORK, NETWORK

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While an eye-popping light show and top-tier entertainment are bound to impress, the unique value of an in-person event, especially a business-centric function, is the networking opportunities it offers. Thus, how can you best use technology to boost attendance and bring more people into the conversation? 

GET IT IN WRITING

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Draw up clear agreements regarding technological content. Questions about the content are bound to arise. Who owns the rights to the audio and video content created for the event? How will that content be used? What permissions are outlined? Ensure that all speakers, presenters and suppliers are on the same page with your company— and have signed the appropriate waivers. 

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Draw up clear agreements regarding technological content. Questions about the content are bound to arise. Who owns the rights to the audio and video content created for the event? How will that content be used? What permissions are outlined? Ensure that all speakers, presenters and suppliers are on the same page with your company— and have signed the appropriate waivers. 

GO PRO

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This cannot be stressed enough. Ask yourself what your vision for the event is. Taking into consideration the limitations of your budget, then work with established AV professionals to guide you within those parameters and optimize location, setting and ambiance to boost audience engagement. 

GO PRO

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This cannot be stressed enough. Ask yourself what your vision for the event is. Taking into consideration the limitations of your budget, then work with established AV professionals to guide you within those parameters and optimize location, setting and ambiance to boost audience engagement. 

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HOW TO KEEP PEOPLE CONNECTED BY IMPROVING HYBRID WORKING

We are all aware of the challenges that arise when colleagues are not in the same room together. With the hybrid workplace model in place for the foreseeable future, AV and IT departments want to provide their colleagues with a high-quality virtual meeting experience that lets them hear and see each other and share content as if they were in the same room.

Off-the-shelf consumer solutions will cover the basics, but staff pitching a client for new business or collaborating with remote colleagues deserve a better experience. There is an opportunity to convince teams to come back to the office to embrace the hybrid work environment. 

Make sure to provide high-quality unified communications and video collaboration systems that can be managed and monitored remotely and offer security features that safeguard your firm’s confidential information.

7 STEPS TO INCREASE PRODUCTIVITY ON VIDEO CONFERENCE CALLS

A range of uncontrollable external forces, from inadequate technology and inconsiderate room design, often make meetings frustrating and alienating, especially for those working from a home office. And while no one can stop the neighbour’s dog from barking, considering these points will help make hybrid remote work better for everyone. Follow these 7 steps to help your colleagues stay productive on video conference calls :

THE ROOM

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Consider the room size and how many meeting participants will fit comfortably in the space. A meeting room near a noisy section of the office is not the best location. Choose spaces that do not have open ceilings or are located away from heavily trafficked areas.

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ROOM ACOUSTICS

A good-sounding room is the first piece of the puzzle. Open ceilings, exposed brick and glass walls make the room aesthetically pleasing, but these hard surfaces create reverberant spaces that degrade the quality of the interactions between colleagues meeting virtually.

 There are subtle alterations to the room that can be made to reduce reverb and enhance the intelligibility of the talker’s voice being sent to the far end. Proper guidance on acoustic products will help you with these problems while keeping the aesthetic of the room.

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CONSIDER REMOTE PARTICIPANTS

Will several people in the room need to be heard by people joining remotely? If so, consider supplying microphones for each participant or technology that will adequality pick up all the in-room participants so that remote workers will feel engaged in the discussion. 

In addition, cameras that use artificial intelligence can improve the viewing experience for remote callers.

IN-ROOM PARTICIPANTS

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The meeting participants will all need a good line of sight to the screen, especially if documents are being shared. Proper room configuration and choosing a screen that is large enough to suit the space with resolution will enable meeting participants to see and listen to each other and collaborate on shared documents. 

Speaker selection and placement also need to be considered to ensure everyone in the room can hear the remote callers properly. You can achieve less table clutter by installing ceiling-mounted microphones.

STAY FLEXIBLE

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Once it is determined what you want to do with the room, AV technologies that best serve the application can be chosen. Flexibility and leaving options for future upgrades are key to keeping ahead of the curve.

REMOTE MONITORING

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Once the technology is installed, software like Service+ helps you be proactive and fix a problem before the CEO’s important presentation is delayed by technical difficulties.

SOLUTIONS THAT FIT THE BUDGET

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From the executive board room to huddle spaces, the cost of an installation for each room is determined by the potential use case of that space. There are technologies available that can fit conservative budgets.

Solotech offers room design and acoustic consultation, installation, and support services for the hybrid work environment on a global scale.

We are also certified by Zoom and Cisco and a Microsoft Partner.

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AVL technology to bring a creative vision to life

AVL technology to bring a creative vision to life

When we think about Audio, Video and Lighting in the traditional sense, we often associate it with the corporate sector, LED screens and audio systems for collaboration and communicational purposes, or in theatres where a 2D approach is used to create a show. 

However, an area where AVL is making a real impact is within the entertainment, arts and attractions industries, where sound, vision and light are combined and being developed into an immersive experience, not just for the movie-goer, but anywhere where there is a need to create a better story.

In many ways, this area of AVL is pushing innovation further with demands on using the very best technology available to create the very best immersive experiences.

Initial conversations with clients tend to be very detailed, with the majority knowing exactly what they want to achieve from the experience itself. A common way of doing this is the creation of a Theme Book, which helps deliver the concept of the project by including clear and concise objectives, initial ideas, attraction layout, stylistic approach, video content, lights and the general mood of the experience.

 

Bringing ideas to life

There are so many possibilities on offer with the latest technology, and many clients are unaware of the applications. We don’t expect them to be up to speed with everything regarding immersive experiences; that’s what we’re here for! Guided by a team of seasoned experts in theatre, live sound, broadcast and corporate sectors, a client can detail any creative vision and Solotech will make sure it comes to life with the best and latest technologies.

“I’m in my element if a client says: I want this to be bigger and better. What can we do to make this happen? It gives us the flexibility to make suggestions along the way that will be incorporated into the specifications from the beginning.”

Dan Seal, Solotech UK Senior Project Development Manager

Once the initial concept has been discussed, packages can be offered based on needs and requirements, along with varying budgets to help deliver the project. By proposing a range of options, the client has a better understanding of the project scope and can make an informed decision. There are some extremely innovative pieces of technology that we can consider to help create the vision and story that the client is trying to capture, which in turn enhances the visitor experience.

There should be a ‘Wow!’ and a finale. Video tends to be ‘the’ thing leading an immersive experience currently, with a focus on innovative use of projections and LED. However, audio is quickly catching up as immersive sound systems become more widely used. This can be found at the Outernet in London where an L-Acoustics L-ISA immersive sound system is used to augment the world’s largest high-resolution wrap-around screens.

With most installations, we’ll create our own networks as part of the process, although some clients have now built their own AV networks to run everything. Generally, once they’ve been created there aren’t a lot of changes with them: the client can be trained to manage them effectively and we can offer support when the need arises. Testing mechanisms can be implemented to verify that a process is in place to ensure every element of the system has been checked in each room every day and that each element of the AVL infrastructure is working.

In addition, Solotech also offers the Service+ Plan, a monitoring software that provides 24-hour, seven days a week, real-time monitoring of each device on the system, and remote diagnostics as and when required. Any issues with devices on the system will automatically trigger an alert to the Service Team.

Timing is everything along with attention to detail, and each project has its own complexities to consider. Collaborating closely with clients to exceed their expectations and create the ultimate immersive experience for visitors is the key to a successful installation.

Dan Seal is a Senior Project Development Manager for the Solotech UK Group Systems Integration Team, specializing in creating bespoke immersive experiences across various sectors including corporate, theme parks, arts and entertainment.

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Key elements to create productive collaboration spaces

Key elements to create productive collaboration spaces

It seems like such a simple, straightforward question, but actual room acoustics historically are still overlooked. And in terms of providing an AV solution, technology can only add so much to a space; if room acoustics are poor to begin with, they will continue to be a problem throughout the project.

Thankfully, office designers have realized the need for collaborative and meeting spaces that work on a functional and aesthetic level with specialist sound technicians brought in at the planning stages to ensure the best possible environment ahead of the application of any AV system. It’s a key part of the process, and one that we recognize at Solotech – we employ our own acoustic engineer to run reports and identify the best possible acoustic solutions ahead of any integration.

Once we’re pleased with a suitable space/environment, discussion is given to the needs and requirements of the system, working within any given budget. There are several ways in which this can be achieved, with the experience, knowledge and recommendations of the integrator playing a big part of the process.

Projects are normally communicated between us, the integrator, and the AV and/or IT department, which usually has a good idea of what they want in terms of room systems, working with existing codecs and VC.

There will always be some challenges with any given project; we can reference case studies from other projects to help develop an idea further. In fact, quite often a client has expressed gratitude that we understand the challenges they face and offer a solution to improve the final system.

Office spaces redesigned

Post-pandemic office space has changed. Working to the new hybrid model, many boardrooms and meeting rooms are being redesigned to be multifunctional, divisible environments that offer flexibility in terms of collaboration (whether remotely or in the room) and other uses, such as hosting conferences and live events.

Screens are leveraged more than ever, and not just for meetings. They’re used for sharing content and are an important part of corporate sustainability policies, keeping paper usage to a minimum.

Rooms are now equipped with many items and devices used to facilitate meetings. From an IT point of view, running AV devices across networks can bring its own challenges, not least concerns regarding secure connections. As AV specialists, we can use our expertise from the service side of the business along with knowledge of the latest products from market- leading AV brands to create systems that run seamlessly across all networks, efficiently and securely.

Once the installation is completed, it’s time to look at how the system will be monitored. It’s not necessary to employ a trained AV technician to check for issues 24 hours a day; in many cases the IT Department Head will manage the system. Monitoring platforms such as Solotech’s Service+ offer 24 hour, seven days a week, real-time monitoring of each system device, providing remote diagnostics as and when required. Any issues with devices on the system will automatically trigger an email to the Service department, which in turn will contact a project development manager to speak with the client and rectify the situation.

Having a proactive approach to service means that any issues with the system can be immediately identified and resolved or replaced ahead of any crucial meetings or events. This keeps disruption to a minimum and helps the client and integrator stay proactive to maintain systems up and running without interruptions.

Ben Tredwell, Project Development Manager, Corporate AV, is an AV integration specialist based out of Solotech UK’s London, Covent Garden office, with extensive experience in enterprise scale projects.

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