Updated on January , 2017. Copyright © 2017 KASUGA ENTERPRISES Vasai Maharashtra India. Looking Back on the Audio Visual (AV) Industry The audiovisual (AV) industry has come a long way. Not long ago, it was known  primarily as the source for overhead projectors, projection screens, and basic audio  equipment. Today, the AV industry consists of designing and installing sophisticated  multimedia and integrated systems built into a building’s environment, as well as  creating live events for sports, entertainment, and corporate presentations.  Today, the industry remains committed to innovative technological enhancements,  professional support services, and the appropriate integration of systems to ensure that  end users have the quality they need. Looking back, the AV industry has developed and  delivered the basics. Today, an improvement in the quality of the presentation is  paramount. Defining Audiovisual (AV) Industry Stated simply, the AV industry is dedicated to producing efficiently functioning AV  systems that enhance communications throughout an organization or venue. It involves  the technologies, products, and systems for:  Visual display. Audio reproduction. Video and audio recording, production and post-production AV signal control. Lighting. Control systems. Interactive display and audio presentation systems. Collaborative conferencing (video, audio, data, and Web conferencing). Streaming media. Furniture and lecterns. Cabling, connectors, racks, cases, and accessories  Professional Audiovisual (AV) Systems Professional AV applications can be found in commercial, government, education,  religious, and transportation facilities and include installations in arenas, stadiums,  performing arts spaces, classrooms, auditoria, boardrooms, command-and-control  centers, courtrooms, museums, training rooms, multimedia presentation rooms, call  centers, and many other venues.  Pre-Installation and Planning To ensure the effective delivery of all projects, early engagement of us, with the users of  the facility and the design team is essential. This early engagement will allow time for  user group visits to existing locations, research into new or untried technology and  systems, development of system and furniture design options and indicative budgets.   We would expect to meet with the design team at the earliest opportunity so that our  advice can influence design decisions that can impact on the performance and  effectiveness of the AV system.   Audio Visual (AV) Consultant in Mumbai India, Kasuga, Ravi Rele