As the trade association representing the professional audiovisual and information communications industries worldwide, InfoComm International must remain at the forefront of technology trends in order to inform its members of new advances and best practices that may affect the way they design and integrate AV/IT systems. To date, InfoComm and its volunteers have collected and disseminated knowledge in the form of books, training, standards, white papers, best practices guides and more.
There is no particular theme for the Premier Challenge except that designs must be original.
IIDEXCanada – the national design and architecture exposition and conference – has opened its call for presenters. The event takes place Dec. 2-3, 2015 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building.
Thousands of influential buyers and decision-makers of the design, architecture, building, and real estate industries will participate in the over 80 accredited seminars offered by industry leaders.
William F. White International’s 14th annual February Freeze technology showcase is coming up this Tuesday, Feb. 3. This pre-NAB exhibit, known for bringing together some of the brightest minds in the business with the latest innovations and technologies, will return to Toronto’s largest production support complex, William F. White Centre from 4-8 p.m.
“February Freeze has become a key destination for the world’s top industry manufacturers to showcase their newest screen-based technologies and advancements,” says Comweb Group Chairman/CEO, Paul Bronfman. “From students and emerging content creators to seasoned pros, The Freeze offers something for everyone.”
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InfoComm International, which co-owns of the Integrated Systems Europe tradeshow (ISE), has announces its most comprehensive InfoComm University training to date at ISE 2015. ISE 2015 takes place from Feb. 10-12, 2015, at the Amsterdam RAI.
As in previous years, InfoComm is providing members and guest members with unlimited free access to its on-site InfoComm University education programme. Members and Guests who pre-register for ISE 2015 using an invitation code will receive complimentary access to seminars of their choice on a first come, first serve basis. Two courses not eligible under the free voucher programme are CTS Study Session and the new Master Class.
Located within the PLASA booth, the lounge is a popular spot on the show floor where Members can meet with colleagues, clients, and friends, grab a cup of coffee or a cold drink, and catch the buzz about the show.
With LDI less than a month away, PLASA is reminding attendees of multiple opportunities through PLASA and the Technical Standards Program that can be taken advantage of while attending or exhibiting.
Standards on the Stage is returning this year to PLASA Booth #1469. This is two days of education sessions, such as: “Makeup Mirror Lighting, Anti-counterfeit – Do The Right Thing!” by Steve Warren, and “How Do I Get the Same Color Twice?” by Mike Wood and many more sessions during the day on Friday, Nov. 21 and Saturday, Nov. 22.
The early-bird discount prices for LDI’s professional training options go up this Friday, Oct. 17. Register by midnight on Oct. 16 and save $100 on these and other LDI opportunities:
LDI embraces Electronic Dance Music with an EDM stage on the show floor, training sessions by DJ TechTools and Dubspot, as well as the EDM Master Classes in Sound and the EDM Master Classes in Lighting + Projection
In 2013 Le Maitre invested in increasing productivity at its pyrotechnics factory in Peterborough U.K., in order to cope with demand. The pyrotechnic manufacturing process is a very labour intensive process and Le Maitre had reached almost full production capacity the year before. The company therefore researched alternative methods, exploring different industries before subsequently identifying a completely new production process which can output 24,000 to 26,000 units per hour, regardless of diameter, and is now resulting in a significant increase in capacity.