21-23 Aug 2024
ICC, Sydney

Integrate 2014 partners with InfoComm & CEDIA to offer world-class training programs

Jul 1, 2014

Upcoming audio visual and systems integration tradeshow Integrate 2014, together with event partners InfoComm International (InfoComm) and CEDIA, is offering delegates the exclusive opportunity to attend three streams of world-class training programs, delivered by local and internationally renowned leaders and speakers as part of their three day exhibition experience. 

Thirty-five comprehensive sessions will bring new technologies and trends to the forefront – keeping delegates ahead of the game in an ever evolving industry.

The InfoComm program will reveal how to achieve effective integration of technology for maximum effect for business meetings, consumer markets as well as educational environments. Key learnings will benefit core AV professionals, end-users in the high growth sectors as well as those in education/training, retail/distribution, corporate/professional services, hospitality and healthcare.

Delegates to CEDIA’s seminar sessions will gain a firm understanding of the smart building market requirements; Apple and Google’s initiatives; new device types; the impact, safety and ergonomics of room design in relation to home and business AV systems and the future of eHealth.

Dr George Margelis (MBBS M.Optom GCEBus) from the TeleHealth Research & Innovation Laboratory University of Western Sydney is one of this year’s CEDIA’s guest speakers. A medical practitioner by trade, Dr Margelis has been deeply involved in technology over the last 30 years.

His seminar titled, “Business Growth – Future of eHealth” will look at where healthcare technology is today, where it is expected to go, and how it is being integrated into standard consumer technology.

“As new technologies evolve, healthcare delivery is moving from being the domain of medical specialists to something that is tightly integrated with our day-to-day life.

The advent of wearable sensors, smart homes, big data analysis and personal genomics means people can not only live longer, but expect their quality of life to not be diminished by ageing and disease; made possible due to new developments in AV technology.

“We will look at what the patient of the future will expect from their doctors, their house and their community; and how the mobile phone and other communications tools will enable it,” said Dr Margelis.

For more information and to book tickets for the InfoComm and CEDIA training programs at Integrate click here.


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