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ADA Compliance for AV Pros

Making AV Technology ADA Compliant

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is aimed at preventing discrimination against people with mental or physical disabilities. For the AV industry, the ADA compliance guidelines include assembly halls, conference rooms, classrooms, learning spaces, and lecture halls.

Many ADA requirements apply to the AV industry. Any AV controls and equipment should be easy to access and use. Protruding objects need to meet ADA guidelines in order to keep everyone safe from injury.

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The Making AV Technology ADA Compliant eBook focuses on the portions of ADA that apply to AV installations. It’s a great starting point in ensuring your designs are accessible to all users. You can create a superior experience with technology while keeping people safe. Be sure to download a copy to learn more about:

  • Control placement
  • Reach range
  • Protruding objects
  • Knee and toe clearance
  • Assistive listening systems
  • Video conferencing
  • And more!