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EVENT: INSTALLMARKET More speakers announced


AVSNET managing director Graham Fry and technologist/engineer James Raby will both join panels at the 4 September event


PLAN YOUR DAY


THURSDAY 4 SEPTEMBER 9.30 Registration, coffee


10:00 Forces That Drive Retail Tech Retailers want to enhance their in-store customer experience while boosting data gathering processes for customer buying patterns. This panel will discuss how retailers are harnessing mobile technology, digital signage, projection and display to build the retail stores of the future.


11:00 Keynote: Ross Ashton, The Projection Studio World-renowned projection artist Ross Ashton will present some examples of his work and discuss the technology and the business issues that support these eye-catching projects.


12:00 AV & Broadcast Convergence: A Marriage in IP Ubiquitous video of the YouTube era is pulling for affordable broadcasting technology to supply the new needs of corporates, institutions and individuals. AV and broadcast come together as broadcasting moves from the exclusive domain of big studios to the desktop and even countertop.


14:00 Not Your Father’s Classroom; Not Your Mother’s Campus What’s the state of UK education today, after the onslaught of iPads, mobile, video and audio-over-IP? Our panel will explore how technologies are changing education, especially the intersection between video and mobile and Cloud.


PREPARATIONS CONTINUE for the first ever InstallMarket event, to be held at London’s Business Design Centre on 4 September. The one-day free- to-attend event will combine a full conference programme of knowledge-sharing sessions encompassing a number of key verticals in the AV world with an exhibition space for sponsors to highlight their products. James Raby, a venture capitalist and Sainsbury Management Fellow, will moderate the ‘AV & Broadcast Convergence: A Marriage in IP’ session, which begins at midday. The panel will explore how IP technologies are bringing together broadcast integrators and AV integrators. Raby is a commercially astute technologist/engineer with significant experience in the broadcast and communications industries in marketing, investment, and mergers and acquisitions. He focuses on venture capital and transforming companies making the transition into the telecom/media converged market.


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15:00 What Hospitality Venues Really Want As hospitality venues commoditise and competition intensifies, management turns to technology, not just for infrastructure but improving customer experience. From hotel TV systems the hotel market is moving towards BYOD, using displays, wireless, internet and apps to increase guest satisfaction.


16:00 What Moves Transport Technology In this panel, we’ll explore the new customer experience for transport including auto, rail, air and underground. Of particular interest are displays, control room technologies and customer- facing digital signage.


17:00 Whose Network is IT, Anyway? IP has proven to be the Great Unifier, bringing together many diverse industries onto the network. Given the ramp-up of video usage and mobile delivery, this panel brings together experts to discuss how AV and IT will share the network.


Graham Fry


as director of television at NTL Broadcast, project manager for the Independent Broadcast Authority, and head of broadcast development at VT Merlin Communications (where he was in charge of corporate development and mergers & acquisitions for broadcast services and infrastructures in a global perspective). Most recently Raby was


a venture executive at Skandinaviska Enskilda Banken and served as director at ZinWave, which develops in-building cellular and wireless technology


James Raby


solutions, and as a director at Nomad Digital, which provides mobile wireless LAN services on trains and transport and network independent data communications services. Graham Fry, meanwhile,


will join the ‘Whose Network is IT, Anyway?’ panel. This session, which closes the event, discuss how AV and IT will share the network and will be moderated by Keith Humphreys, managing partner of euroLAN Research. Fry founded AVSNET (formerly AVSolution) in 2005. He has a strong technical background and combines it with a


broad knowledge of unified communications technology, network management and data services. Raby and Fry join other confirmed panelists, including Charlie Henderson of PA Consulting, who will moderate ‘What Moves Transport Technology’ and John Grew, managing director – principal hospitality technology consultant at Spartan Comms, who will lead the session on ‘What Hospitality Venues Really Want’.


In addition to the extensive seminar programme, InstallMarket will also welcome exhibitors from across the worlds of audio, video, connectivity and control as well as providing the opportunity for visitors to get hands-on with the latest kit during a series of break-out training sessions and demos from key manufacturers. 


To register for this free-to- attend one-day event visit www. install-market.com/registration.


To discuss sponsorship opportunities, contact Ian Graham on ian.graham@intentmedia.co.uk or call +44 (0)20 7354 6000


www.installation-international.com


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