Phoenix, AZ – Introduced last year, the Atmosphere™ digital audio platform from AtlasIED was recently honored as a winner of NSCA’s seventh annual Excellence in Product Innovation awards program. As the winning product in the Technology Platform category, Atmosphere™ is recognized for attributes that are both innovative and have a profound impact on the success of systems integrators through exceptional design, performance, and revenue opportunities. Other award-winning features noted by the judging panel include Atmosphere’s™ impact on the user experience, including scalability, versatility, deployment cost, and ease of use.
AtlasIED’s EPI award from NSCA, which was announced virtually during NSCA’s Business & Leadership Conference, marks the second honor bestowed to Atmosphere. The digital audio platform was also recognized as a 2020 Best New Product by Systems Contractor News.
"Atmosphere™ represents a new era of digital audio for AtlasIED and the commercial AV industry, so earning the NSCA award for Best Technology Platform validates our dedication to developing products that make a difference through innovative technologies and simplification of configuration and installation,” says AtlasIED President John Ivey. "The culmination of more than 480 man-months dedicated to its design, engineering, and execution, Atmosphere offers systems integrators a digital AV solution like no other, and earning the NSCA award is the icing on the cake.”
Launched in July 2020, Atmosphere™ introduces touch-less control, artificial intelligence, and advanced automation features to the design and utilization of digital audio systems in restaurants, bars, hotels, school campuses, houses of worship, retail establishments, and other commercial environments. At the same time, it features technology that dramatically simplifies and streamlines the configuration and installation without sacrificing modularity, scalability, or audio performance. The components comprising the platform, including digital signal processors, amplifiers, controllers, and ambient noise sensor, are designed to work seamlessly together to minimize training time and programming headaches for integrators and the learning curve for end-users.