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InfoComm International is offering free and discounted InfoComm University training to ISE 2014 attendees. All attendees will receive a voucher for two free InfoComm Professional Development courses with their show badges, when they arrive at the RAI. Additional vouchers may be purchased on a sliding scale: one for €24/€44 (InfoComm

members/non-members); three for €49/€89; eight for €99/€179. Additional vouchers are available for purchase during online registration, through Attendees will be able to redeem their additional vouchers at the Amsterdam RAI at the InfoComm desk by seminar room D204, Hall 12.

MONDAY 3 FEBRUARY 2014 11:00 - 18:30

TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY contd 11:30 - 12:30

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Bill Thomas, staff instructor, InfoComm International

CTS Study Session Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) is recognised worldwide as the leading AV professional certification. Earning your CTS is a true mark of distinction and an indicator of your professional abilities to your peers and clients. Don’t let your anxiety about test topics or unfamiliarity with the testing process hold you back from taking the CTS exam. InfoComm University has developed a new, one-day course designed to help you master multiple choice test-taking with timed, interactive drills using real CTS exam practice questions.

In this fast-paced, highly interactive session you’ll explore:  The best strategies for analysing and answering multiple choice test questions  How to focus your study time and areas to study  Which areas you need more study  Additional drills and tips in AV math  A review of networking basics Take the next step to earning your CTS. Join us for this engaging day of guided test-taking practice, readiness assessment and review. Note: This is the only exception to the free vouchers. Pricing for session, €99 for members, €150 for non-members.

TUESDAY 4 FEBRUARY 2014 10:00 - 11:00

Speaker: Neta Lempert, VP digital business development, Kramer Electronics

Beyond BYOD - How Can We Make It Happen? Join me and other visitors at ISE in exploring the challenges behind the

Bring-Your-Own-Device (BYOD) declaration. We will start by getting familiarised with the challenges that BYOD brings with it, and discuss several ways of how to connect our mobile devices (phones or tablets) to the AV system. At the end of this session, you will be able to future-proof and design a new conference room, using your own device.

10:00 - 11:00

Speaker: Claus Lohse, Syscomtec Distribution AG Language: German

Wohin entwickelt sich die Signalübertragung von Bildschirmsignalen: HDBaseT, DisplayPort, HD-SDI, oder IP-TV ? We’ll look at the developments in digital signals, the characteristics of digital infrastructures and what to consider when planning a system.

11:30 - 12:30 Speaker: Bill Thomas, staff instructor, InfoComm International

AV Systems Commissioning (Performance Verification) Best Practices Verifying that the installed system meets contract requirements is the crucial step in closing out your project and receiving final payment. Discover how to make the process more efficient and pain-free by employing best-practice techniques. As a bonus, learn about the emerging InfoComm Audiovisual Systems Performance Verification Standard.

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Network Everything: Implement a Single Network for Audio, Video, Control, Signage, P.O.S., and Data With advancements in IT, carrying multiple channels of audio and video, POS, control, signage, and ticketing information over a single Layer 3 Ethernet network is becoming the new standard. Come learn how standard Ethernet protocols and off-the-shelf switches work together to distribute audio/video, signage and other data and control interoperability. For practical knowledge, a networked system demonstration will be provided with references to real-world projects that are in use today.

13:00 - 14:00 Speaker: Chris Ware, head of engineering team, Audinate

Digital Audio Principles and Implementation This basic level course explores the principles of digital audio and digital audio networking. It is an introduction to how digital audio is encoded and how audio is represented in digital formats. Discussion will include: the benefits (and side effects) of using digital audio; the digital representation of analogue signals; sampling rate; and Nyquist theorem.

13:00 - 14:00 Speaker: Bob Simpson, founder director, Electrosonic

Technology Trends in High Resolution Displays Progress in display technology has been rapid but in fact it is not difficult to keep up with it, provided you take care to follow the incremental changes. In this talk attendees will be reminded of some of the fundamentals, and made aware of the many technical and commercial developments that have occurred in the past year or so.

14:30 - 15:30 Speaker: Bill Thomas, staff instructor, InfoComm International Room D204

Digital Signage System Implementation - Where To Start and What's Important Are you ready to sell and install digital signage? This session will get you up to speed on getting started. You will walk away from Digital Signage System Implementation with a detailed planning checklist and a solid understanding of the types of hardware, software and content available. Take your first steps to digital signage success here!

14:30 - 16:30

Speaker: Joe Cornwall, technology evangelist, C2G Inc Digital Video At Length

The importance of dependable digital video connectivity continues to grow as consumer and commercial TMDS-enabled devices change the nature of installed AV. With analogue infrastructure all but gone, being able to deploy point-to-point connectivity solutions that support TMDS (HDMI) content at critical middle distances is vital. This exploration will focus on operational theory, comparative performance metrics and practical applications.

16:00 - 17:00 Speaker: Bob Snyder, editor, rAVe Europe

I Will Survive IT 2015 With more than 1,000 new products at ISE, it's time to give some attention to your business model and how to shape your business for the future. Bob Snyder’s talk, I Will Survive AV/IT in 2015, will address the competition between integrators, the collision between IT and AV as it affects integrators, and how big vendors hope to shape your future. Entertaining and eye-opening, this session will change the way you look at the integration world. Experts predict one out of every four integrators won't be here in five years; this session is to make sure you are the one that will be left standing.

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