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Green AV Classes at InfoComm 2011

InfoComm 2011 will be hosting 300+ seminars. Here are a few classes that will feature Green AV and Sustainability.

Green AV Classes at InfoComm 2011

Jun 1, 2011 10:22 AM

InfoComm 2011 will be hosting 300+ seminars. Here are a few classes that will feature Green AV and Sustainability.

Sustainability Standards Liaisons Forum

  • Session Number: IST7
  • Session Date: Tuesday, 6/14 8:00 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
  • Speakers: Various AV Professionals
  • Tracks: Standards and Best Practices
  • Ability Level: Intermediate
  • Description: This track is intended for audiovisual professionals involved in business development, project management, sales, and facility management. Standards are new to the AV Industry, and there are many that come from other associations and interact with audiovisual projects. This day will feature the audiovisual professionals involved with other standards-setting bodies regarding sustainability issues, and will be both informative and interactive. InfoComm’s Standards and Best Practices will be introduced as the audiovisual industry’s response to the need for sustainability initiatives. There will be six separate sessions.

Digital Signage 2011

  • Session Number: DSC
  • Session Date: Wednesday, 6/15 8:00 a.m – 1:00 p.m.
  • Speakers: Jim Huber, PhD, CTS; Kimberly Sarubbi; Lyle Bunn; Mike White, CTS; and Paul Streffon, MBA, CTS-D, CTS-I
  • Tracks:Digital Signage
  • Ability Level: Advanced
  • Description:Looking to increase your knowledge of the signage market and understand the impact of continuous system management? In this session, you will examine the current trends of digital signage and explore where the market is headed—and how your company can benefit. Whether you are an owner or a reseller, it is important to fully understand the daily signage operations, such as content preparation and posting, scheduling, maintenance and network functions. For those interested in advertising on their systems, a discussion on viewer metrics or demographics will assist you on selling your ad space to clients. Plus, with these 24/7 systems, energy is always a challenged. Find out what you can do to conserve energy and improve your efficiency. Includes Digital Signage Luncheon!

In Control of the Building

  • Session Number: IS019
  • Session Date: Wednesday, 6/15 10:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.
  • Speakers: Steve Greenblatt, CTS
  • Tracks: Control, Green AV, Sustainability
  • Ability Level: Intermediate
  • Description: Ready to make a huge difference with your AV system? Take the reins of your building control system. Today’s building control systems are capable of doing much more than turning on a projector and pressing play. Be prepared to awed by the possibilities that are out there. Learn how this paradigm shift will change the way you work and think.

Crestron Building Management – The Total Integrated Building Technology (IBT) Solution

  • Session Number: MT09, MT24
  • Session Date: Wednesday, 6/15 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m., Thursday, 6/16 2:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.
  • Speakers: David Wilts
  • Tracks: BIM, Control, Green AV, Sustainability
  • Ability Level: Basic
  • Description: In today’s boardrooms, classrooms, and hospitality centers, integration of environmental controls such as lighting, HVAC, shades, and energy management should be considered part of any complete audio/video control solution. An intelligent Building Management System will integrate all of the systems in a building and incorporate concepts such as daylight harvesting, occupancy sensors, timeclocks, demand response, and remote monitoring and control. Crestron is the only company that provides all of the pieces to seamlessly integrate these systems into a Total Integrated Building Technology solution. Learn how Crestron solutions offer scalability and integration with existing systems. And, when they are connected using Fusion Viridian, a complete browser-based solution for remote systems monitoring, management and control can be provided throughout the facility, across the campus, or around the globe.

Audiovisual Systems Energy Management Workshop

  • Session Number: IS039
  • Session Date: Wednesday, 6/15 2:30 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • Speakers: Jennifer Willard, CTS and Matthew Kosel, CTS-D, CTS-I
  • Tracks: Standards and Best Practices
  • Ability Level: Intermediate
  • Description:This course is intended for the audiovisual professional involved in design, technical operations and field operations. Audiovisual systems should be designed with energy savings in mind. In an effort to harmonize AV systems with emerging “green” practices, this standard defines and prescribes design elements that enable the management of the system’s overall power consumption. This workshop will survey how the control, monitoring, and use of electric power for audiovisual systems leads to energy conservation through the use of specific components, design principles, and operational management. The verification of conformance to the Standard will be discussed, and sample test reports will be evaluated.

Integrated Building Technology: Control Systems for the Future

  • Session Number: IS067
  • Session Date: Thursday, 6/16 10:30 p.m. -12:30 p.m.
  • Speakers: David Wilts
  • Tracks: Integrated Project Delivery
  • Ability Level: Intermediate
  • Description: The Audiovisual industry has improved the user experience in environments by making complex systems easy to use. An unprecedented opportunity exists for the industry to take a more meaningful role through the integration of energy-consuming building systems to lower energy costs while improving the user experience in the entire building. This presentation will provide a succinct explanation of what integrated building technology (IBT) is as well as the credible growth opportunity it presents to all members of the audiovisual industry. It will include: How IBT enables lower energy costs while improving the user experience, real project examples from multiple project segments, an overview of the IBT project process, and the role of the IBT “project manager.”

Lencore – The Tipping Point for Privacy & Sound Masking and How Your AV Business Can Benefit

  • Session Number: MT30
  • Session Date: Thursday, 6/16 12:30 p.m. – 2:00 p.m.
  • Speakers: Jonathon Leonard
  • Tracks: Acoustics, Audio
  • Ability Level: Basic
  • Description: The privacy market has reached a tipping point and is seeing explosive growth which will provide AV professionals with a tremendous opportunity for increased business. Audio solutions such as sound masking have become integral to the design process particularly in green buildings to properly address acoustics, speech privacy and comfort. Find out how your business can benefit at our seminar.

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