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For the latest show news and updates follow #ISE2014 WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2014 10:00 - 11:00 Room D203 Speaker: Neta Lempert, VP digital business development, Kramer Electronics

Are we REALLY OK with 4K? ‘Are we REALLY OK with 4K?’ will start by reviewing the official 4K x 2K video format, as it is officially defined in the HDMI1.4 and the HDMI2.0 standards, followed by the understanding of what it takes to have a fully functional 4K system. At the end of this session, you will be able to properly design an operating 4K installation!

10:00 - 11:00 Room D301 Speaker: Peter Dugas, senior design engineer & principal, TSAV

BYOT - Practical Approaches to Systems Operability In Collaborative Active Learning Environments

Interfacing individual devices with presentation systems is simply what we do. Why then all the discussion of inherent complexity in BYOT support? Why then the mad rush to repackage HD multiplexers and declare collaboration the newest hurdle solved by the AV industry? This session will examine a host of key topics with a view to encouraging a more practical approach to facilitating collaboration.

10:00 - 11:00 Speaker: Bill Thomas, staff instructor, InfoComm International

Networking Technology Essentials for AV Professionals Are you new to networks or need a quick refresher? Join us for this review of the basic technology, terminology and tools you’ll need to keep up with converged AV networking. There will also be information on the InfoComm University Networked Device Inventory form.

11:30 - 12:30 Room D203 Speaker: Justin Kennington, product line manager, Crestron’s DigitalMedia Crestron

Ten Best Practices for Digital System Design This session considers the present and future of digital media, exploring best practices, current trends and common misperceptions in this interactive session, which takes account of some of the defining technological developments of the moment.

11:30 - 12:30 Room D204

Speaker: Jon Melchin, director, Architectural Business Development, FSR, Inc

BIM is on Your Doorstep Now! What You Need to Do to Stay in the Game This presentation will feature a look into Building Information Modeling, a 3D design technology that has changed the way that architecture is practised. Among other aspects, this presentation will acknowledge the opportunity BIM provides to get involved on the ground level of a project.

11:30 - 12:30 Room D301 Speaker: Duncan Peberdy, learning spaces specialist, Dalen Ltd (Top-Tec)

Designing Learning Spaces - AV Technology Essentials for Active Learning Environments The classroom and lecture theatre have lost their exclusivity as learning spaces; technology now allows students equipped with tablet computers and smartphones access to media-rich learning material almost everywhere they go – before, during and after formal instruction. Active Learning Spaces across the campus, together with the technology to enhance their use, must adapt to deliver new ways of learning and support the devices that students use at home, in transit and in education.

13:00 - 14:00 Speaker: Roland Hemming, consultant, RH Consulting

Audio Networking And Control - What Do We Really Need? Eleven years on from our first foray into revealing the future of audio networking and control, attendees will learn about the next generation of audio equipment, and find out how it is going to develop and evolve. This session will look at trends in control, what's going to happen and why.

Room D204 16:00 - 17:00

Speaker: Claus Lohse, Syscomtec Distribution AG Language: German

Welche Faktoren sind bei der Planung von Digital-Signage- Netzwerken zu berücksichtigen? A look at the factors to be considered when planning a digital signage system.

Preview Edition 2014 51 Room D203 16:00 - 17:00 Speaker: Peter Lloyd, consultant editor, AV Magazine

Value Engineering AV Projects: What Do You Do When the AV Project Scope Exceeds The Budget? ‘Value engineering’ is becoming one of the words and phrases – like pitching or procurement – that AV systems integrators and their clients dread to hear. Rather than attempt to offer instant solutions for when the value engineering police come calling – nobody can do that! – Lloyd plans to look at what value engineering means to AV, how nasty surprises can be avoided, and how the sector can deliver more benefits to its customers.

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Speaker: William Birchett, director of emerging technologies, Data Projections Inc

IT Security Threats and Vulnerabilities in AV Systems The information technology industry and the audiovisual Industry are colliding at a rapid pace. We are now seeing all aspects of AV on the network, everything from speakers, displays, control systems, and many more. As the products penetrate the enterprise, we as integrators are having more discussions around the impact on the IT infrastructure. This session will examine related issues of privacy, security and stability.

14:30 - 15:30 Room D301

Speaker: Yuval Inditzky, product manager, control, PC and mobile applications, Kramer Electronics

Designing a Smart Education Facility The session will start by discussing today’s AV requirements for designing educational facilities and related challenges. There will then be a focus on the control needs of such a setting, and what is recommended as far as the user interface is concerned. Attendees will leave with knowledge of a systematic approach to specifying the recommended installation solution.

14:30 - 15:30 Speaker: Aidan Williams, CTO, Audinate

Key Trends Affecting Adoption and Deployment of Networked AV Systems Why are there so many ways to build AV networks? Do we really need them all? Come and hear the latest in AV networking; find out what matters, what doesn't and why. Trends to be discussed include changing standards, cost reduction, distributed AV systems, networked management, sharing of network infrastructure with control and other traffic and increasing network performance.

13:00 - 14:00 Room D301

Speaker: Ullrich Grimm-Allio, conference and media technician, Goethe University, Frankfurt

Centralised and Automatic Lecture Capture Environments How can lecture capture strengthen a university community and bring together divergent groups? This presentation maps out Goethe University's centralised lecture capture approach. Case studies on how lecture capture initiative strengthens the three pillars of a university (students, teachers, staff), how their needs influence work, and how efforts unite departments for successful outcomes will be delivered.


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