Free AV networking event is InfoComm CTS accredited

AV Networking World 2013, which will be held in Orlando, Florida on 11 June, has been approved by InfoComm International as a CTS accredited training programme – worth four RU Credits upon completion.
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AV Networking World 2013, which will be held in Orlando, Florida on 11 June, has been approved by InfoComm International as a CTS accredited training programme. Certified Technology Specialists (CTS) who participate in this informative networking training will be eligible to receive four RU Credits upon completion of the class.

This free all-day training event, at the Rosen Centre Hotel in Orlando, takes place on the eve of the InfoComm exhibition. Organised by networking technology company Audinate and supported by a host of manufacturers, it will feature panel discussions from 16 leading industry design consultants, installation contractors and networking experts. In addition, major professional audio equipment manufacturers will cover various case studies covering deployment of small and large-scale networked AV systems. There will also be a major interoperability networking demonstration.

The programme is as follows:

Evolution of Media Networking
Mike Sims, director of marketing & sales, Attero Tech
Lee Ellison, CEO, Audinate

Conference Rooms and Commercial Installations
Chad Wiggins, wired microphone category director, Shure
Mark Ullrich , international sales manager, Symetrix

Network Audio for Small & Medium Venues
Brian McCormick, chief marketing officer, Stewart Audio
Jody Green, VP product and marketing development, Innovative Electronic Designs – MiTek Communications Group

Houses of Worship
Michael Palmer, VP of sales, Allen & Heath USA

Large Scale Digital Audio Networks
Ethan Wetzell, platform strategist, Bosch Communications Systems

Networked Audio for Stadiums - Requirements for Stadiums and Arenas
Mark Graham, associate, Wrightson, Johnson, Haddon & Williams

Networked Recording Systems and Use Cases
Paul Yurt, RedNet product specialist, Focusrite

Live Concert Events: 125 Anniversary Yamaha Celebration
Steve Seable, system design engineer, Yamaha Commercial Audio Systems

Switch Considerations - An IT Manager’s Perspective
Kieran Walsh, senior technical solutions manager, Audinate

The UK Olympics
Roland Hemming, principal, RH Consulting

Evolution of New Standards
AVB: Bob Abraham, Senior Manager, Digital Audio Processing – Shure Incorporated
OCA Alliance - Common Control Protocols: Jeff Berryman, Senior Scientist – Bosch Communications
Future AV Networks: Aidan Williams, CTO, Audinate

Pre-registration for this free event is required.

www.audinate.com

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