At Integrated Systems Europe 2018 on Wednesday Feb.7, the SDVoE Alliance will present a wide-ranging program of educational case study sessions highlighting real-world AV-over-IP installations in universities, museums, control rooms, smart homes, corporations and live event venues.
Open to all attendees at no charge, two sessions are planned, each highlighting multiple cases were 10G Ethernet is used as the transport for AV signals to provide substantial cost savings and greater system flexibility and scalability over traditional approaches such as point-to-point extension and circuit-based AV matrix switching. Integrators and technical experts will lay out the challenges they faced, the specific solutions they found, and answer participants’ questions.
“There is no better way for integrators and tech mangers to understand the ins and outs of AV-over-IP and SDVoE than to hear about actual successful projects from their peers,” said Justin Kennington, president of the SDVoE Alliance. “Education is a primary mission of the SDVoE Alliance and we are proud to provide these free sessions at the biggest industry event of the year.”
Agenda – Wednesday, February 7
SDVoE Case Studies – Part 1
- Norwegian University of Technology and Science (NTNU) interconnected AV suite of lecture rooms and laboratories
- Indiana State Museum interactive exhibits
- Thai Government Excise Department control room video wall
SDVoE Case Studies – Part 2
- Live event productions distributing breathtaking 4K video to projectors
- Multi-floor system designs for corporate environments
- Yale University’s Sterling Law Building AV/data transport system linking classrooms to a central control room
- Unique home-automation installations controlling home theater, audio, lighting, pools and more
Registration for the case study sessions and information about other SDVoE Alliance training opportunities is here.