This post isn’t the typical blog about new products or applications, but this is important and we wanted to share the news. A tragic accident has struck the extended Milestone family. Jake Anderson is the nephew of Steve Durkee, President of Commercial Products. On Saturday, Sept. 27, Jake had a diving accident and broke his [...]
Chief has created a series of online videos with Chief Training and Installation Manager, Mike Moon, to help provide tips and tricks for great looking and functional recessed installations using the ConnexSys™ Video Wall Mounting System.
It’s time once again, AV friends. The Canada AV Road Show is gearing up for another season with the latest solutions from Chief and Da-Lite. The show begins Sept. 8 in Halifax and runs through October. Last year, the road show travelled 15,962 kilometers, visiting major cities along the way. Daring Dave, Awesome Allison and [...]
We figured we’d start an easy way for anyone to get a hold of Mike to answer mount related questions – or really any question for that matter. If an inquiry goes beyond installation and into other areas, we’re pretty sure Mike can find someone in the building that can answer it.
Chief, an industry leader in AV mounting solutions, has released several storage accessories to help installers fully customize the new in-wall and above-ceiling solutions.
The Chief & Da-Lite Road Show is coming to Eastern Canada! We’re packing up our new products and visiting Halifax, Quebec City, Montreal and Ottawa. Join us for a product tour with hands-on demonstrations of our latest technologies: Chief ConnexSys Video Wall Mounting System In-Wall & Above-Ceiling Storage Kontour Monitor Mounts Fusion Video Conferencing Cart [...]
A new training course focusing on digital signage solutions in various commercial spaces has been launched through the Chief Certified Partner Program.
“I was surprised at how simple this system was to build and how easily and quickly I was able to do this with almost no assistance,” Scott said.
It took almost no time for my classmates to start dividing up the questions and completely cheat. I didn’t participate, but not entirely because I was scared of cheating or out of a higher moral code.
“If you don’t have the screen placed in the right spot, it doesn’t matter what your content is; it isn’t going to be successful,” Rider said. “Placement is more important than content.”