With a wealth of industry experience we are excited to welcome a well-known name to the Reflex team; Tony Patterson has been appointed as our new Senior Account Manager bringing
with him 20 years’ experience of business development and account management within the AV industry.
Tony has commented: “These are exciting times as audio visual technology plays an ever an increasing critical role in our working environments. I am very excited to be joining an integration company that has the engineering pedigree and technical skill sets to deliver leading edge audio visual solutions.”
Andy Read, Reflex’s Sales and Marketing Director said: “I’m very pleased to welcome Tony into Reflex, he has exactly the skills and experience we were looking for in this role; we have ambitious growth plans for our corporate sector business over the next few years and I’m really looking forward to working with Tony to help us realise them”
With our continuing strategy to develop our technical offering, we are pleased to appoint Sam Smith into our technical design team. With a HND in Audio technology followed by 3 years designing PAVA systems for TOA and 2 years at Crestron gaining a DMC-E qualification, Sam is very well versed in all aspects of AV design and integration. Sam also has a claim to fame – he was the assistant engineer on Heather Small’s 2006 album “Close to a Miracle” and also received credits on the album.
“I’m excited about joining Reflex and getting the chance to work closely with clients on designs and then being able to witness the end results” comments Sam.
Andi Allan Reflex’s Senior Design Engineer states: “ Sam Smith joins the pre-sales team as a Technical Design Manager, working predominantly with existing University customers. His prior experience includes time at TOA Corporation and as part of Crestron’s in-house system design team. He also has a beard and several retro games consoles.”
With over 250 audiovisual professionals from the corporate, education and consultancy markets coming together on Thursday 15th March 2018 at The Business Design Centre for this year’s TD18, it truly was a day that captured imaginations.
The atmosphere was buzzing as visitors browsed more than 50 of manufacturer hosted stands with all their latest equipment on show – allowing them to see the best that the audiovisual world has to offer.
TD18 gave users a rare opportunity to speak directly to the manufacturers of the products, compare cutting-edge technologies and to see first-hand the newest technology straight from their launch at 2018’s ISE.
Once again our seminars were one of the stand out features of the show,
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Inaudible participants on conference calls is a frustrating, time-wasting problem that is all too common in the corporate world. The substantial growth of the number of remote workers has sparked anincrease in conference calls involving multiple workers in disparate locations. The confusion caused by not being able to hear a participant or convey your message easily is one of the great meeting disruptors. There’s a demand for a vastly improved audio experience to allow all employees to communicate and collaborate effectively, that delivers:-
The ability for workforces to collaborate effectively regardless of their location
Remote meeting participants feeling like they’re right there with their team
Every attendee able to contribute equally and be heard clearly
Improved collaboration and meeting room performance
The Nureva HDL300 system has the power to simultaneously process every audio source in a room and deliver a more natural sense of communication. Optimised for small to mid-sized meeting and collaboration spaces, at the core of the HDL300 is Nureva’s Microphone Mist technology which fills a room with 8,192 virtual microphones.
Calibration for the HDL300 system is automatic – change the room layout or seating arrangements and it adjusts accordingly. And installation couldn’t be easier. Hang the HDL300 on the wall with two screws in less than 30 minutes. Then simply use with your preferred conferencing platform, with no need for any driver installation.
The result is a system that simultaneously processes sound from all virtual microphones to provide both every participants, whether in the room or remotely based, with the highest quality listening experience.