Audio-Video Group Now Offering No-Contact Temperature Scanning Technology

With so many businesses, churches, and medical and educational facilities working to ensure the safety of their communities, Audio-Video Group is proud to offer no-contact temperature screening technology. Temperature check tablets use infrared sensors to alert the person to a high temperature in one second. These highly accurate sensors use a complex algorithm to measure within a 0.5 degree Fahrenheit range. The tablets can be mounted on a table or wall or be free-standing. This surprisingly

Wondering How to Reopen? We Have Tips.

Wondering How to Reopen? We Have Tips. As more organizations are reopening, business owners and church leaders are rightly wondering how they can serve their communities and keep everyone safe at the same time. This is an unprecedented moment, so it’s okay to not have all the answers. That’s why we’re here–to help you set up seamless, easy to use technological solutions. In this week’s post, we will walk you through some considerations and ideas for different kinds of institutions. Whether the

How to Manage Overflow in Stage One Reopening

How to Manage Overflow in Stage One Reopening With Maryland set to enter stage one reopening, everyone will have questions about which businesses can re-open and how to do that safely. In particular, houses of worship will want to begin providing more in-person services without risking their parishioners’ health. At Audio-Video Group we have budget-friendly technology that can help. First, it is important to know that because of the community-based approach to Governor Hogan’s amended executiv

Milestone Events & Family Gatherings: Possible with the Right Technology

Milestone Events & Family Gatherings: Possible with the Right Technology With Maryland and Virginia schools closed for the rest of the year, many families are wondering how they will celebrate their children’s high school graduations. Upcoming weddings, dance recitals, and even funerals. They all present challenges during the pandemic. We want to be there for each other in good times and bad while still complying with the appropriate social distancing and safety measures that are working to fla

Audio-Video Group - You Can Bring Virtual Visitation to Senior Centers, Hospice

You Can Bring Virtual Visitation to Senior Centers, Hospice Senior citizens in assisted living facilities, nursing homes, and hospice centers are at high risk for contracting COVID-19, and thus many of them have not been able to have direct contact with their loved ones for a month or more. For people who might already feel disconnected from their life and afraid of what the pandemic will mean for them and their loved ones, waving at their friends and family through the window doesn’t fulfill t

Live Streaming and Virtual Meetings: What’s the Difference?

As teleworking becomes increasingly common, people have to learn to work with technologies that are new to them. That can be a struggle, mainly because these teleworking solutions come with new technologies. One frequently asked question involves the differences between live streaming and virtual meetings (or as industry professionals call it, unified communication). Without an understanding of the distinctions, people might become concerned that their virtual meetings are being live-streamed.

What is an audio/video integrator? Why do you need one?

What is an Audio/Video Integrator? If you run a business, university, house of worship, or nonprofit, you’ll likely be faced with the need to incorporate audio/video elements into your organization’s functions. When faced with a complex or unreliable system, this can be a frustrating element of the job for many people. The good news is, audio/video integrators exist to take that stress away. What you do is important: you have a message to spread, people to connect with each other, and commu

The Benefits of Video Conferencing Technology - Boost Employee Morale & Productivity

Video conferencing capabilities are growing rapidly, and not just in the C-suites. Companies and organizations–including educational institutions and houses of worship–are turning to video capabilities to increase employee morale, productivity, accessibility, and environmental welfare. From live streams to screen sharing to video meetings, video conferencing is ensuring that you and your colleagues are doing your best work. Employees who can work from home, whether entirely remote or just whe