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Crestron to provide training at xSolutions

xSolutions - a new proAV show at London's ExCel Centre - opens on October 19th, and Crestron has announced a range of training opportunities including classes on its DigitalMedia and building management capabilities.

Crestron will be providing an extensive programme of training at xSolutions (ExCel Centre, London, October 19 – 20).

The DigitalMedia Certified Designer (DMC-D) course will be run by Mark Ridgwell, Crestron DMC-D Trainer, and is available on both the 19th and 20th October. Due to popular demand, the course has extended its size to 40 places on each day. It is free-of-charge to authorised Crestron integrators.

“Crestron’s DMC-D course has been constructed to offer the skills necessary for designing and configuring a Crestron DigitalMedia system,” said Ridgwell. “It is intended for industry professionals who are transitioning to the digital age and need to understand not only the challenges that the digital world presents, but also how the Crestron DigitalMedia product family provides solutions to those challenges. The DMC-D training carries a massive amount of industry knowledge as well as information specific to Crestron to give installers the complete picture in their transition to the digital age.”

Crestron has also developed an exclusive one hour training seminar for xSolutions visitors to provide grounding in its building management programmes, RoomView Server Edition and Fusion EM.

“Attendees will learn how the integration of RoomView and Fusion EM can streamline their building management procedures,” said Crestron’s head of training, Michael Backler (pictured). “From simple room bookings to building wide energy and occupancy monitoring, attendees will gain an understanding on how Crestron technology will bring their entire campus, office, hospital on to one intuitive and manageable system. Remote access to AV/IT sources through RoomView and Fusion EM has proved to be a valuable resource to many businesses and universities as has the ability to remotely monitor occupancy, electrical source output and lamp life. The proven relief to helpdesks, support staff and FMs has facilitated a better and more efficient application of human resources, savings in energy emissions and increased productivity.”

Those interested in attending either the DMC-D course or the building management seminar are requested to contact [email protected]