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  • Diane Rydzewski

Save The Date !

Did you miss Infocomm and NAB ? Or, did you not see everything you wanted to see? Well, no need to travel - we're bringing the show to Ann Arbor !

TEL Systems is In the final planning stages for our Fall Technology Showcase that will be held at our office on September 27. We will have the premier audio and video manufacturers available to demo and display their top products. We're bringing in Sony, Crestron, Panasonic, Biamp, JBL, Extron,Middle Atlantic, Chief, Vaddio, Da-Lite, NEC, RevoLabs, Logitech, Epson, Samsung, etc - to name just a few.

Our showcase will include solutions such as Web Conferencing, Wireless Presentation, AV Collaboration, BYOD, Interactive AV, Digital SIgnage, Control Systems, and Streaming technologies. But, we are also interested in your opinion. What products would you would really like to see ? What system will best suit your application ? At this early stage of the planning, I can ask the manufacturers to bring the products you want to see. And, if there is a vendor or a certain technology that you really hope will be here, please let me know so I can make sure they are on our list. We want to make sure that we are showcasing technologies that our clients want to see and giving you the opportunity to see the equipment and talk directly to the manufacturers.

This will be almost a full day event 2:00-7:00. There will be product demos, manufacturer booths, seminars, booths for advice from engineers, classes for CTS credits, prizes, food, beer, wine, and a “garage” sale of older (but not obsolete) items.

After we have confirmation of seminar times, we will be adding an event page to this web site and to our Facebook page so you can sign up. In the meantime, if you have any suggestions for products you would like to see, you can email me at

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