This training session is aimed at mainly an audience of integrators, end-users and consultants. The course will be presented by a support engineer from Lightware Headquarters.
The training session will show how to easily gain control of Lightware devices and attached sources, displays, environmental attributes (lights, shades, screens) from the Touch 10 control panel.
Lunch will be served to all confirmed attendees.
|Introduction to the built-in Event Manager room control of Lightware Devices|
|Cisco firmware versions support, configuration files and requirements|
|Ingredients including Lightware Device Controller and Text Editor|
|Physical connectivity between devices using USB to RS-232|
|Two-way feedback to Touch 10 updating available sources|
|Creating custom buttons/text on Touch 10|
|Assigning buttons on Touch 10 to events in Lightware|
Currently available dates and venues for the above training:
New York Session
Time: Monday, July 23rd
Santa Clara Session
Time: Friday, July 27th
The class size is limited, please register in time to book your place.
In case you are interested and would like to participate, please contact our Lightware North America representative by mailing to firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Lightware Training Center was established to provide training sessions on how to utilize Lightware equipment in any of the target market segments, but some of our presentations may also present AV training for audiovisual systems integration and general AV knowledge base.
All training sessions are scheduled in advance and require registration to participate. The participants of the various courses receive a certificate of completion.
Our AV expert engineers deliver these free, typically one-day courses for our customers, mainly for professional installers and integrators.
To date, we have delivered countless presentations on various topics, always trying to reflect on current and upcoming AV trends, also to provide examples and case studies to trigger the birth of future successful projects based upon Lightware gear.