This past week proved that expansion and innovation within the telecommunications and telemedicine industry abounds. Members of our ISI family descended on Vegas and OH! did the Viva come alive during this year’s InfoComm! Each year, the best in the industry display new technology inventions that constantly shape the way we live and experience business communications. Some of the most impressive were quite artistic, both in design and presentation. One such invention boasts a holographic 3D video effect called Hypervsn by Kino-mo, which can depict anything from eye catching art instillations, logos, and directions. This has raised the question: What can visuals do, or not do, for your company?
For one, no one in their right mind loves looking at a mess, whether that be excess wires, non-ergonomic technology, or buttons and options galore. This abets a cluttered mind and only urges frustration with those of us who may not be “tech savvy.” No one wants to go into a meeting with seemingly cutting-edge technology that, yes, looks great, but is impossible to use and takes away from a busy schedule. Visuals can fail. However, with the right team and expertise, the use of such new technology can be enjoyed and appreciated. That’s where ISI comes in.
We know the value that these new technologies hold for corporate, medical, and government communications, but we aren’t naive to the fact that many of us either don’t want to take the time to deal with or learn how to use them. Although blunt, it’s true and shouldn’t be shamed. Understandably, people want to walk into a meeting, up to a telemedicine cart, or look at holographic 3D directions and know how to operate according to the cues given. This is precisely why our expertise in the instillation, training, and support of these cutting edge technologies are essential. Yes, we love experiencing awesome new tech, but more importantly, we’re able to see how they can help people operate on a day-to-day basis across industries.
As we settle back into the office this week, we’ve come to ponder all of what the future may hold for us in the ability to communicate. The way we go the extra mile isn’t just by seeing how new technology can improve the lives of others. We actually act on these visions. From the smallest meeting, to educating minds in a grand auditorium, to a life-saving operation on the front lines, we constantly ask: How can we serve? There’s no better way to find out than with events that prove the answer to this question is not only in the essence of new technology, but in the expertise of instillation, training, and support.