Kramer to Host Seminars at InfoComm India
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.