Today’s AV programmers are making rooms more aware, designing management devices that are easier to use, and integrating more systems into networks. In this webinar, you’ll learn how advances in programming are improving the management and control of systems in the workplace. You’ll also see how interfaces are being tailored to the user’s level of experience and comfort. Learn about AVI-SPL’s customized solutions, and how our programmers go about creating systems for a variety of environments, including classrooms, conference rooms, demo centers and simulation rooms.
Join us on Wed., April 8, at 1 p.m. EST for “Creating Content for Digital Signage.” During this live webinar, you’ll learn what it takes to create, manage and support digital signage that holds the attention of your audience – including customers, employees and visitors. If you’ve hesitated to incorporate digital signs into your organization for fear of not doing it right, join this webinar. Presenter Rich Daugherty will talk about what makes successful content, where to place eye-catching images, and how to make the most of the limited time you have to connect with viewers. He’ll also let you know how to assign roles and responsibilities so you’re prepared to keep content fresh.
Register for “Creating Content for Digital Signage.”
About the presenter
Rich Daugherty is AVI-SPL’s Digital Media Content Specialist. He has been creating and designing digital content for 18 years, working with companies of all sizes and industries. At AVI-SPL, Rich works with several different software applications to create an experience that suits the client – including touch-screen interactivity. Rich is skilled at training clients on the software and explaining the proper use of digital signage content.
Join us on Wednesday, April 1 (no fooling, we promise) as AVI-SPL presents “Programming for System Control.” Today’s AV programmers are making rooms more aware, designing management devices that are easier to use, and integrating more systems into networks. In this webinar, you’ll learn how advances in programming are improving the management and control of systems in the workplace. You’ll also see how interfaces are being tailored to the user’s level of experience and comfort. Learn about AVI-SPL’s customized solutions, and how our programmers go about creating systems for a variety of environments, including classrooms, conference rooms, demo centers and simulation rooms.
Register for “Programming for System Control.”
About the Presenter
David Thorson, senior manager of programming architecture for AVI-SPL, has over 10 years of audio visual programming experience and has been with AVI-SPL since 2006. David manages a national team of audio visual programmers, and his duties include assisting sales, operations, and services to ensure programming quality and standardization. He is an AMX ACE Certified and a Crestron Certified programmer, and holds an Extron AV Associate and InfoComm CTS certification. Programming language and database experience includes ASP.NET, Visual Basic, VB.NET, SQL Server, Oracle, and MS Access. David graduated from DeVry University with a B.A. in Computer Information Systems.
Technology, globalization and demographics are changing the world of education. With technology at a turning point, educators have plenty of challenges to address. Mary Schlegelmilch, Cisco Business Development Manager for Education, discusses how colleges and universities are being innovative in their use of technology. Join us to learn how you too can transform your educational institution.
About the presenter
Mary Schlegelmilch is Business Development Manager, Education for Cisco. She has extensive experience with distance and online learning, providing professional development, and with one-to-one initiatives and blended learning. As a member of the Cisco team, Schlegelmilch is dedicated to education and implementing technology that will shape the way we teach and learn.
Michael Frank, mid-Atlantic regional manager for Biamp, covers campus-wide connectivity along with integration approaches to building/campus paging. Michael looks at deploying digital signal processing on campuses and offers many illustrated examples. Topics covered include:
- Centralized network processing
- Security via campus-wide paging and mass notification
- Echo cancellation
- TesiraFORTÉ (and its use in areas like huddle spaces)
- The ability to share between different Biamp audio systems
- Audio video bridging
- Multi-language support
- Interoperability with digital signage
If you have any questions about what you learn in the webinar, contact AVI-SPL at firstname.lastname@example.org or 866-559-8197.