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Episode 30 is a sequel to our COVID-19 response podcast which was Episode 21. In Episode 21 we never believed that we would be still discussing COVID-19 and working remotely some 4 months later!

Justin Dawson is joined by:

  • Graham Kirkpatrick - NEC (UK)
  • Michell Loret - Mostly AV Podcast CoHost (USA)
  • Adam Harvey - Uni of Herts (UK)
  • Joe Way - Uni of Southern California (USA)
  • Llanor Alleyne - AVNation.TV (USA)

We discuss: COVID-19, US, UK and Irish Governments responses to unlocking states and countries Returning to the workplace - or is it? Virtual Conferences, what the panel has thought of InfoComm 2020 as a virtual conference Will we see ISE 2021 happen, if so, will we attend? Opening of Creches, Schools and Universities Will we holiday at home or abroad What does the future hold for the workplace, AV and COVID-19 To get in contact with the show: Subscribe on your favorite podcast channel Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. Facebook.com/AllThingsTechIE Twitter.com/AVTechJunkies Web: www.AllThingsTech.IE


On the show today: Apple and Ireland versus Europe – who won? What did we win? Zoom unveils the Zoom for Home range. Skype vs Zoom which do you prefer? IOS14 Beta, whats new in the latest IOS for Apple Google says its updating android faster trying to fix a longtime problem Mmhmm.app Amazon says it will not ban TikTok from employee phones UK – failure to create a contact tracing app. We talk about Irelands COVID-19 contact tracing app and where you can view the source code.

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Episode 32 of the All Things TechIE podcast where Justin discusses:

  • Tick Tock for TikTok? Will Microsoft make a purchase?
  • What has been your best experience with Virtual AV Conferences during COVID-19
  • AV Awards Finalists announced
  • Whats happening in Episode 33 and 34

Integrated Systems Europe began life in 2004, with the first edition of the show being held in Geneva, Switzerland. It hosted 120 exhibitors and attracted 3,500 visitors. Most importantly, it laid the foundation for unprecedented growth for the annual show over the years.

Fast forward 16 years, and ISE 2020 attracted more than 1,300 exhibitors and over 116,000 visits to its final edition at the RAI Amsterdam.

ISE is now recognised as the largest AV and systems integration show in the world. It is the European destination for an industry that is truly global. Plans for ISE in 2021 is for Barcelona to host this massive AV show. However COVID-19 has had a massive effect on the industry and has cancelled many trade shows and made them go virtual. CES in 2021 will be an all virtual trade show for the first time. So where does this leave ISE 2021 in Barcelona? Will the event still take place? Justin Dawson caught up with Michael Blackman, Managing Director of Integrated Systems Europe to tell us more.

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Under the spotlight with Chris Neto who tells us how he entered the world of AV.


Tom Kehr joins Justin Dawson to be under the spotlight in Episode 35 of the All Things TechIE Podcast. Since 1986, Tom has been involved in designing, installing, operating or purchasing audiovisual systems. He has also been heavily involved in church audio, leading ministry teams, and training volunteers in both permanent and portable venues. In addition, Tom has owned a regional sound reinforcement company for more than 16 years. Prior to joining AVIXA, Tom was a senior designer for a large Washington, D.C., area firm. He is a member of SynAudCon and AES and a licensed amateur radio operator.


n Episode 36 of the All Things TechIE podcast Justin is joined by Marcus Yarborough for another under the spotlight episode.

For Marcus, there’s nothing like peering into emerging technology and them making it a reality. He’s always up for a challenge. His down-to-earth personality has had him described as a "hippie without the hair." Marcus’s 15 years of AV experience include installation, service, programming and design—plus military service in communications. Please like, comment, subscribe and share. All our podcasts can be found at www.AllThingsTech.IE


A look back on ZoomTopia 2020. The 4th Annual Zoom conference held online this year due to COVID-19 restrictions. We look at the new features coming out on the Zoom platform. The work from home hardware integrated with Zoom and we have some AV Swag to give away too.


A Halloween special edition where Justin shows us some spooky projection mappings in the local area of Lusk & Rush. A how to video on rear projection of ghosts and witches for halloween and we discuss is VR going to become more popular during the COVID-19 restrictions?