Senior Service Delivery Manager
Harman Professional Solutions
Jeff Scott is an AV/IT professional with over 19 years of experience spanning the broadcast, residential and commercial sectors of our industry. Over the years, Jeff has helped customers adopt solutions to match their ever-changing environments. Most recently, he has worked regularly with customers to help them find solutions in various networked environments. He speaks to groups of end users, integrators, and consultants about current trends and the technical aspects of adopting new technology.
HARMAN, a division of Samsung, is among the largest manufacturers of AV solutions with a portfolio of industry leading brands including AMX and JBL. As the company that invented the control panel, AMX® has been leading innovation in automation and video distribution for over 30 years. Our philosophy of “AV for an IT World” has earned us a place in the boardrooms of Fortune 100 companies, the learning centers of top universities, and the control centers of presidents, prime ministers, defense departments, and intelligence centers around the globe. AMX excels at creating innovative, scalable technology solutions for meeting spaces as well as building-wide video distribution and management solutions. At JBL, audio technology is at the core of everything we do. This not only ensures success in the marketplace, it guarantees that we exceed expectations of audio professionals throughout the world. Never straying from this exacting formula, JBL’s journey has produced a prolific list of audio achievements, groundbreaking technologies, revolutionary advances in the art and science of professional audio, many patents, and many awards. It’s a journey that is legendary worldwide and has positioned JBL as the world leader in professional audio. It is no wonder, these powerhouse brands come together beautifully to ensure quality in both video and audio in HARMAN's innovative Acendo Huddle Space solutions.
Events featuring Jeff Scott
Wednesday, Oct 24
10:45AM - 11:30AM
Transformational trends in the workspace and educational facilities are driving a need for smaller, but highly functional collaboration spaces. Different from the "drop-in" works spaces of the past, these "huddle spaces" are expected to be outfitted with robust AV technology to ensure peak productivity of small work groups with easy access to presentation content, hassle-free video conferencing, and easy to use display technology. This session will explore trends in workspace technology, and equip attendees with valuable concepts needed to plan for AV technology in huddle spaces.