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Top Trends in Active and Collaborative Learningby Senior Systems Designer Joe Hammett CTS-D

My daughter is a maker. She spends hours tinkering with sewing machines and slime recipes, building salamander habitats and the like. She hangs out with her school friends inside apps that teach math and problem solving through multi-player games. All the while, they are learning to communicate and collaborate in ways that are completely foreign to their grandparent’s generation. […]

Emerging Technologies and the Learning Space of Tomorrow

On the surface, education seems unchanged from 25 or even 50 years ago. But under the surface, deep forces are at work. Register now

4 Ways Colleges are Upgrading Classroom Acoustics

University Business Magazine features The Sextant Group’s Principal Consultant, Greg Coudriet CTS, INCE Bd. Cert, LEED AP BD+C in their October issue. In the article, “4 Ways Colleges are Upgrading Classroom Acoustics,” writer Sherrie Negrea gives recommendations to administrators on how to improve acoustics and minimize ambient noise in all types of instructional spaces. Read the article […]

Technology Enhances Wayfinding in Healthcare Facilities

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Building an Office Without Walls by Principal Consultant Craig Park

Corporate culture makes a difference. Over the past eight years, The Sextant Group made the move from brick-and-mortar space to home offices for more than two-thirds of their staff. From fixed-base to virtual space, building a collaborative culture, empowering employees, and demonstrating the productive benefit of the technologies they specify, has been a positive for both their staff and […]

Emerging Trends in Medical Simulation Design — by Senior Systems Designer Ed Dukstein CTS-D

From telepresence to virtual and augmented reality, medical simulation design (MedSIM) is capturing the attention of architects, owners, physicians, educators and medical students. What is the role of the AV designer in the process? What trends and technologies can stakeholders expect in the future?
To explore these important questions, it is useful to review medical simulation principles. According to Peter […]

Building Workplaces for a Digital Generation

InAVate Magazine features two principals of The Sextant Group in their June 2018 issue. Speaking with Greg Coudriet CTS, INCE Bd. Cert, LEED AP BD + C and Mark Grassi CTS-D for the article, “Building Workplaces for a Digital Generation,” writer Tim Kridel explores how demographic trends are changing work styles and how they impact employers’ AV technologies acquisitions. […]

What’s the Score? When it Comes to Pixel Count, How Much is Enough? — by Principal Mark Gillis with Senior Systems Designer Joe Hammett

The Sextant Group has been specifying direct-view LED systems for nearly a decade. These large displays have been particularly useful in sports venues, providing huge canvases for graphics, scoring information and video that is visible from most of the seats in any given venue. Generally high cost items, they were available with pixel pitches in the 15-16mm range – […]

The Eve of Disruption: The Future of Network-Based AV Systemsby Principal Mark Grassi CTS-D

The audiovisual systems business is undergoing one of the largest transitions it has ever faced — some would even call it a complete disruption to the business as we know it. The good news for those who plan and design facilities where audiovisual communication systems are critical to communication and collaboration is that today systems are easier to control, […]

Emerging Trends in Security & Access Control — by Scott Ondik PE, CPP, Systems Designer

As mobile device technology continues to advance, so does their extensive use in new security and access control applications and functionality. Our smartphones provide a single, powerful device, which is mobile and connects us to the world in ways previously not imagined. Mobile device applications in the electronic security industry have become much more prevalent in recent years. For […]