Atlona will be providing a manufacturer training session titled “Modular System Design” at CEDIA EXPO 2013.
The session will be offered on Sept. 27 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. and from 4:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the Mile High Ballroom 3C. Topics will include the best practices and benefits of customizing modular systems.
Presented by Dan Tye, technical sales support manager for Atlona, the session will examine how customization can help modular systems serve a variety of different applications. Using a combination of case studies and industry best practices, the training will also explain how modular systems can be configured to route, switch, convert, and scale nearly any combination of legacy electronics with the newest digital formats. Upon completion of the session, attendees will earn a .75 continuing education unit (CEU) credit.
“This training session was put together to help integrators adapt their modular systems to the realities of today’s multidevice marketplace,” said Tye. “The presentation will offer an overview of today’s industry trends and a discussion on how the benefits of modular system solutions can directly impact customers. We look forward to a very engaging event and welcome preregistration as well as walk-in participants.”
For more information and to register for the training session, please visit: atlona.com.