cavlo Trade Show is poised to connect AVL professionals in Arlington TX on October 6 and 7. In addition to showcasing the latest technology offerings at the show, cavlo will hold several panel discussions. Plus, there will be a Tech Tour of the Texas Live! venue, as well as Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) renewal-unit (RU) courses during the two-day event.
Some of the highlights of the show will include panel discussions geared toward system design, integration and operation. The first panel will be “The Treasure of Great Design: UX Marks the Spot.” This discussion centers on how technology is no longer the holy grail of great AVL system design; instead, what matters most is the user experience when interacting with that technology. The panel will feature Tim Lindstrom of TTDG, Steve Deitz of 900LBS and Fred Cain of Absen.
The second panel number will be “Do Contractors Matter? Why ‘I Can Do That Myself’ Can Be a Really, Really Bad Idea.” That panel will address how an experienced, licensed AVL contractor can make or break your project—literally! Panelists include Luke Jordan of Electro Acoustics, Elissa Fox of AVI-SPL, Justin Watts of Apple and Blake Gardinier of IMEG.
The third panel will be a lively discussion about the current supply-chain challenges that the AV industry is facing. Entitled “Chips, Ships and Politics…Supply Chain Woes, Oh My!”, it will feature several expert panelists. They will include Ken Eagle of Hall Technologies, Joshua Curlett of SoundPro and Brittany Delgado of HD Distribution.
The fourth and final panel discussion will feature panelists who will address “The State of Education: Blended and Adaptable Environments.” Panelists will include Kevin Potts of Coherent Design, Nelson Solares of Hall Technologies and Steve Bogart of Wolfvision.
As noted, cavlo will present several CTS RU courses; these will feature popular AV industry teachers like Paul Briggs, Tim Kuschel and Paul Zielie. A full list of the course offerings can be found on the cavlo Trade Show website.
Free to attend, registration is open now.
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