L. William Nattress III — CTS-D, CTS-I, director of consultant relations — will lead “CTS-D Prep” while Jake Corlett — CTS-D, CTS-I, InfoComm adjunct faculty instructor and Biamp regional manager — will colead “AV Design Level 1: Environment,” both offered from 2-4 June from 8am–5pm.
In addition, Biamp will present several seminars to guide attendees through the latest innovations, trends, and hurdles related to audio over IP, video compression, microphone technology, and room standardisation.
InfoComm 2018 sessions include:
AVB/TSN: Ethernet and IP for Audio, Video and Beyond
Wednesday, 6 June, 10:30am–12pm
Biamp’s Geordie Klueber (field sales engineer), presenting on behalf of the Avnu Alliance, will join Richard Bugg of Meyer Sound (digital products solutions architect) to address the primary challenges of realtime audio and video on standard networks, how different technologies and protocols can address each challenge, and the equipment and tools to show real-world application. Attendees can earn 1.5 RU toward their CTS, CTS-D, or CTS-I certification.
Microphone Arrays, Beamforming & Voice Tracking Technologies
Wednesday, 6 June, 1–2pm
Led by Biamp’s Zach Snook (audio products manager) and Rob Houston (UC product manager), this audio seminar will help AV professionals understand the principles of the technology behind microphone arrays and beamforming, comprehend the capabilities beamforming and voice tracking offer and how they differ from conventional microphones, and cover a typical implementation process. Attendees can earn 1 RU toward their CTS, CTS-D, or CTS-I certification.
Success in Standardised Room Solutions
Thursday, 7 June, 8–10am
In this technology management seminar, Nattress will help attendees understand standardised room solutions by planning a long-term, sustainable technology strategy to build and evolve classroom and meeting room spaces. Attendees can earn 2 RU toward their CTS, CTS-D, or CTS-I certification.
The Ins & Outs of Video Compression Algorithms
Thursday, 7 June, 2:30–3:30pm
This talk, led by Biamp’s video product manager Chris Fitzsimmons and Dobil Laboratories’ Tom Mclaughlin, director of technical operations, aims to examine the need for compression, its underlying technologies, explain the available options, and provide guidance on when best to apply each. Attendees can earn 1 RU toward their CTS, CTS-D, or CTS-I certification.