The Sahara partner showcase has become one of the must attend events in the calendar for AV (After Universal AV's Event of course), this year would be my first trip and I was a little excited to see what they had to offer.

The Universal Way

Here at Universal AV Services, we are always looking to push Audio Visual boundaries, whether that be the installations and solutions proposed, or the relationships and events we hold with our manufacturers and suppliers, and this year has been no exception.

Summer is firmly upon us here at Universal AV, although we do wish someone would mention the season to the weather, and we are beginning to see the fruits of our earlier tender labours pay off with some pretty fantastic installations and projects.

The offices throughout the Country are at their quietest with multiple projects taking place and engineers, project managers and account managers all working with customers to ensure that the season known as “Silly Season” runs as smoothly as possible.

Technology has infiltrated every aspect of our lives, from the moment we wake to the minute we go to bed, we have everything at our finger tips, whether that be through our phones, tablets, laptops or in our cars, we are connected. The effect is far reaching, and never more evident that when you see a toddler confidently playing with a devise and swiping across screens and navigating structures to get to what they want. This has also moved into the classrooms and the benefits are far reaching.

Third day at ISE and the legs are beginning to tire. After two late nights (and early mornings) networking with clients the idea of another day at the busiest AV event in the world is perhaps not the most appealing. Whilst eating my breakfast and enjoying a herbal tea (well you have to make an effort when you are in these exotic foreign climes) I wondered what #ISE2017 would have to offer this weary AV traveller.