With digital signage continuing to expand across all market sectors there is the increasing issue of ensuring it is safe/durable in outdoor climates. This issue is compounded when you take into consideration the size of the screens often required for digital signage scenarios such as; advertising, sharing sporting events, acting as departure boards, rebrands and more. With large screens comes a high risk of accidental damage, dust, machinery spray, high / low temperature ranges and more – so how do you keep them safe?
The Gyrolock solution is a complete mounting system for projectors up to 20kg when ceiling suspended and 12 kg when wall mounted. The Gyrolock projector mount was first designed approx. 17 years ago in response to projector manufacturers producing cheaper and lighter projectors many of which were targeted at the education sector.
British AV mount manufacturer, UNICOL, haveintroduced a universal variant to the VertiSlide Serviceable Cassette Mount range. After the VertiSlide’s prominent launch at Integrated Systems Europe earlier this year, the need for a universal variant to the popular service mount range became apparent. The new universal version is currently available in two versions (VTS1U & VTS2U) and is suitable for 40-100” screens with maximum weight of up to 110kg.
Featuring two redesigned arms the universal serviceable cassette range offers a controlled lift-and-lower 19” rack tray that allows users to swap-in-swap-out any old or broken devices with ease and efficiency. The equipment tray can be separated from the main cassette so that devices can be assembled and attached prior to installation, meaning only one installer, support staff or user is needed when replacing devices thus reducing the screens downtime. Once replaced and closed, the tray can be locked with
British based AV mount manufacturer, UNICOL, are increasing their footprint at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) this year. Located in Hall 1 on stand N120, guests will be able to explore and trial a wide range of new, standard and custom AV mounting solutions for the corporate, education, retail and transport sectors.
Launching on the stand will be their latest product, the Vertislide Serviceable Cassette Mount. Designed so that users can securely, and tidily, store their devices behind the screen in a swap-in-swap-out cassette tray. Utilising the lockable drop down tray, users can efficiently and discreetly change, replace or upgrade old/broken devices without having to take the screen off the wall. Keeping the out-of-order time to an absolute minimum, whether situated in your boardroom, reception, classroom and more.
Expanding on the Obelisk Digital Signage System (ODSS), UNICOL will be displaying an array of bespoke and custom dual column kiosk/totem
British AV mount manufacturer, UNICOL, have expanded their AV Furniture range with the addition of the Mentor Teaching Aid Desk. Based on the Principal (shortlisted for an InAVation Award), the Mentor provides a central desk facility that accommodates all AV lecture content, screen or projector video sources, audio and lighting levels, and more.
The 1300mm wide desk provides users with a large teaching area as well as generous storage facilities. With 19” removable 6U racks and a 1U vertical rack mount, keyboards, notebooks, hardware and more can be safely stored away. The Mentor also features a hinged desktop and a new quick release door mechanism to allow for integrators or IT staff to access and store cabling/devices, making installation and check-ups simple and efficient.
Designed to make the user’s life easier, the Mentor is available with a custom or standard control housing, a computer screen mount, suited keys and the option of an integrated vis
Fifty-five years ago this month UNICOL began providing stands to support 35mm carousel slide projectors in schools across the UK. So began the audiovisual (AV) industry and the introduction of projected images to enhance the learning experience. Many years later and with the terms eLearning and Edtech driving modern thinking you would imagine the classroom of today would look very different. However, in general the teacher still stands at the front of a room full of students and the blackboard has been replaced with a whiteboard or TV screen. Obviously, the curriculum has changed and the ability to have immediate information from across the globe has enriched learning through collaboration and sharing.
Has the revolution happened or about to happen?
It is estimated that the global eLearning market is worth £120 billion and could double in size over the next decade but will it help or hinder? Who should benefit? The winners should be both students an