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AV Magazine Names Chief a Finalist for the 2011 Professional AV Awards
Posted on Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Chief’s new Interactive Short Throw Projector Mount is a finalist for the "Projection or Display Product of the Year" award

Minneapolis, MN. USA (AUG 2011) - - Chief, an industry leader in AV mounts and rack solutions, is proud to announce that it is a finalist for the 2011 Professional AV Awards from AV Magazine.

Chief’s new Interactive Short Throw Projector Mount is in the running for the "Projection or Display Product of the Year" award.

This industry-first solution transforms existing whiteboards and writing surfaces into interactive platforms, with projection that can be scaled anywhere from 48"-94" diagonally, depending on your needs. Simply install the interactive business or education software for Mac or PC, connect the computer and projector, and you’re ready to go.

Featuring eBeam™ Technology from Luidia, Inc., the Interactive Short Throw Projector makes it easy for users to present, annotate and interact with projected content while capturing the results.

Now in their 12th year, the AV Awards recognise the best av companies and projects, publicise the industry’s high-quality work, and promote the business benefits of using av technology. They are considered the most important awards in the UK and Europe for the professional av industry.

The 2011 winners will be announced 30 September 2011 at the Hilton Hotel, Park Lane, London.

AV Magazine is the only av communications title in Europe that covers all aspects of professional av. This includes: event and video production, rental and staging, digital signage, presentations, displays, audio, systems design and installation, and videoconferencing. Its circulation includes end users — the buyers of corporate av — as well as producers, resellers, systems integrators, distributors and manufacturers.

Every issue contains dedicated sections relevant for audio, displays, systems, digital signage, lighting, production and video conferencing — from desktop to telepresence.