PORTLAND, Ore.—For the seventh year in a row, Audinate is offering the Dante AV Networking World at ISE, but a new year is bringing some changes. The all-day training program will now feature a two-track format that was previously used at InfoComm 2016 for the training and education of both novice and experienced Dante customers.
The AV Networking World program attempts to showcase the benefits of audio networking for commercial installation through a general session and Level 1 and 2 Dante certification. For this year’s program the general session will features a pair of presentations: “Audio Networking Trends and Research,” presented by Roland Hemming, RH Consulting, and “Advanced Management of AV Networks” from Aidan Williams, CTO, Audinate.
Following the general session, attendees will have the option of attending one of two tracks.
Track one is designed for new Dante users and will feature an introduction to Dante that covers audio networking fundamentals, basic networking concepts, creating a small-scale Dante network, and using Dante Controller and Dante Virtual Soundcard; attendees will also get intermediate Dante concepts, which cover Dante redundancy, clocking, latency and multicast.
Track two offers the same intermediate Dante concepts to begin with, and then also offers an advanced Dante workshop with an interactive session that covers advanced networking concepts, mixed use networks, networking best practices, and troubleshooting techniques.
A reception will be held for all attendees following the session conclusions.
The AV Networking World program has limited seating, for more information or to register, click here.