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AMX announces Enova training

Enovia has, according to AMX, assumed increasing significance within its product offering - so the company is now offering training courses on it throughout Europe.

With its unified approach to automation, AMX says that the Enova range has quickly become a mainstay of its portfolio. Now, integrators wanting to find out more about it can do so by attending the new Enova Solutions Certification course.

The Enova range is said to combine all of the components needed to automate any environment into one simple, flexible, comprehensive solution; including control, multi-format inputs, video switching, transcoding and scaling, local and remote distribution, plus audio mixing, and amplification – all in a single box. The Enova Solutions course gives delegates the chance to learn about the product range in a hands-on environment.

“At AMX we are committed to providing the resources to help our dealers deliver strong AMX solutions,” said AMX European Training Manager, Graeme Scott. “By providing a reliable, end-to-end analogue plus digital audio and video distribution solution whilst solving copy protection issues and centrally managing connected devices, the Enova range resolves many of the issues integrators face today. This course will get our dealers fully up to speed with this game-changing technology.”

Available at training centres across Europe, including the new government accredited AMX University facility in Nanterre, France, the Enova Solutions course will put new additions to the Enova family in the spotlight, including the Enova DGX 16 and 32 Digital Media Switchers and the Enova DVX-3150HD. Delegates can find out how the Enova DGX resolves AV issues for digital video distribution while enabling connected devices to be centrally monitored, managed and controlled over an IT infrastructure.

The course will also highlight the core AMX technologies that underpin the Enova range including InstaGate Pro, which addresses HDCP authentication as soon as a source and destination are plugged in and ensures there is no HDCP delay or blanking during the switching process. Delegates will also find out about SmartScale, which is said to eliminate the incompatibilities between sources and displays operating at different resolutions by accepting the highest resolution of every source device and ensuring every display operates at its preferred resolution.

The Enova Solutions course is one of a range of courses offered by AMX at training locations across Europe, including London, York, Leuven in Belgium, Wendlingen in Germany and most recently, Nanterre, France. AMX will also soon be opening a new training centre at its showroom in Zevenaar in the Netherlands.

“At AMX, we are proud of the breadth of our pan-European, multilingual training provision,” concluded Scott. “It’s very important for us to be able to reach out to our partners and we value every opportunity to do so. From our own roadshows and training events, to platforms such as ISE and InfoComm; we are fully committed to, and take full advantage of, vehicles that continue to put us in touch with our dealer-base.”