(photo: )
09.09.2019, 17:49

Kramer to Host Seminars at InfoComm India

Company News, APAC, Technology, Supplier News

Kramer Electronics will hold a series of seminars and talk sessions at the InfoComm India Summit from September 18th to 20th at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai.


InfoComm India has grown steadily encouraged by national initiatives including Make In India, Smart City and Digital India to address demand for cutting-edge Pro AV and Integrated Experience solutions.


The Indian AV industry is a thriving market that is projected to grow 7 per cent annually until 2022, reaching a predicted market of $8.6 billion by 2022.* Sectors driving India’s AV growth include the corporate sector – mainly international software and financial institutions making big cities like Bangalore their technology hubs and demanding world-class AV experiences – as well as hospitality, education, and many others.


To help support this growth, Kramer will share Pro AV knowledge and insights learnt over 4 decades, with scheduled educational sessions on:

Building Living Cities and Going Beyond the Standard Convergence with Smart AV Platforms

Wednesday, 18 September 18th Room 3 / 1:00pm – 1:45pm

Dinakar Dhandapani, Technical Assistant Manager, Kramer Electronics India Pvt Ltd will share his expertise on best practice for networked buildings and how technology can bring efficiency, safety and convenience to modern life.


Networked Audio for AV

Thursday, September 19th AVIXA FlashTracks AVIXA BOOTH – C110 / 12:30pm – 12:50pm

Learn about the very latest developments in Audio Over IP directly with Naresh Pawar, Application Engineer, Kramer Electronics India Pvt Ltd.

New Age Automation

Friday, September 20th AVIXA FlashTracks / AVIXA BOOTH – C110 / 11:00am – 11:20am

Discover how to achieve small- to large-scale AV automation for every kind of AV application with Shanthosh Shenoy, Application Engineer, Kramer Electronics India.

Driving the AV over IP revolution

Friday, September 20th AVIXA Seminar / Room 3 / 12:30pm – 1:30pm

Dinakar Dhandapani, Technical Assistant Manager, discussing how to build and manage it all from a simple, powerful virtual matrix GUI.

*Source: AVIXA




Article rating:

vote data

Leave a reply

Pictured: Compass Group PLC CEO, Dominic Blakemore. (photo: Compass Group UK & Ireland)
News Editor  - 11.01.2021

Putting the Planet First

Compass Group is among 25 companies to have confirmed support for the Terra Carta pledge launched by HRH The Prince of Wales’ Sustainable Markets Initiative.

 (photo: Meritt Thomas)
Simon Green  - 06.01.2021

Smoke Bombing or Air Sanitisation Units?

Simon Green, Head of Value Engineering, Sourcing & Quality for the Airdri Group, explains why air sanitisation units are preferable to the practice of smoke bombing in workplaces post-Covid-19.

 (photo: TUV Rheinland)
News Editor  - 06.01.2021

Hailing Building Materials Testing

A specialised testing service from TÜV Rheinland can prevent damage to buildings, cars and caravans caused by hailsontes.

Mitie's Global Security Operations service. (photo: Mitie Group PLC)
News Editor  - 15.01.2021

Keeping Communities Safe

An innovative partnership between Mitie Security and UK charity Crimestoppers will analyse and share information from businesses on criminal behaviour and potentially support police investigations.

 (photo: Brigton Hollingdean MRF/Veolia Environnemental Sevices)
Staff Reporter  - 17.08.2020

Backing the UK's Green Economic Recovery

Veolia’s latest Sustainability strategy, Impact 2023, aims to support innovation and new infrastructure by adding to over £2 billion the company has already invested in the UK's circular economy.

 (photo: )
FM Editor  - 18.12.2019

The Drains of Christmas Future

UK wastewater and drainage solutions provider Lanes Group has reimagined "A Christmas Carol" into a story about the importance of clean drains.

 (photo: )
FM Editor  - 18.12.2019

University of Manchester Clean Room Contract

SPIE UK has won an 18-month design, supply, install and commission contract for a clean room at The University of Manchester, as part of a new build being constructed by Balfour Beatty.