Elation Professional Presents “Virtual at Home Demo” Series

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With the travel, gathering and distancing restrictions that come with the Covid-19 pandemic, Elation Professional’s sales team and product specialists are demoing some of Elation’s newest lighting products from the comfort and safety of their own homes in a video series called “Virtual at Home Demo.”

Published each week on Elation’s YouTube channel, each video provides an overview of the key features and unique benefits of some of Elation’s newest lighting products, a demonstration that gives lighting pros an opportunity to assess if a luminaire is right for their needs.

How to Conquer the Chaos & Ensure Great Live Sound!

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The challenges an audio engineer faces are never ending. So how do you roll with the punches while at the same time keeping a high-level of professionalism? And how do you ensure great sound? You’ll hear from experienced engineers Ron Cook and Tim Holder about FOH, live streaming and working festivals.

No input list, no sound check, no familiarity with the scheduled bands? 40-minute sets with only 20-minute changeovers? Need to build a setup on your console on the fly? You’ll  learn about these situations and much, much more.

ADJ ANNOUNCES ‘STAY CONNECTED SUMMER SESSIONS’ LIVE VIDEOS

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Hosted from ADJ’s Los Angeles HQ by members of the company’s in-house team of technical experts, each of the new Stay Connected video broadcasts will focus on a different lighting technology or application. The presenters will showcase the latest ADJ products, explain their features and discuss ways in which they can be creatively deployed. Broadcast via Facebook Live, the videos will also feature interactive elements allowing viewers to ask questions directly to the product specialists on camera.

“Every day, I am hearing more positive stories from lighting professionals who are being able to get back out there and work in the business that we all love,” comments ADJ USA’s National Sales Manager, Alfred Gonzales. “However, there is still a long way to go until things are fully back to normal, so here at ADJ we want to continue to stay connected with our customers and users by continuing our series of Facebook Live videos throughout the summer. Each session will focus in on a different area of our product range, giving viewers in-depth insights and lots of valuable practical tips and ideas.”

Radio Active Designs Webinar: Tackling The Close Of The 616-653 & 663-698 MHz Spectrum On July 13

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Radio Active Designs (RAD) has teamed up with Practical Show Technology to host an RF webinar on Tuesday, July 7 at 4:00 pm EDT. One of the topics discussed will be the end of using production wireless equipment that operates in the 616-653 and 663-698 MHz spectrum as of July 13, 2020.

“Everything we have been talking about for years is finally wrapping up,” explains James Stoffo, CTO, RAD. “One of the 600 MHz auction winners began to energize three years ago, and the industry has been working through the TV channel repack ever since. The moment of reckoning is finally here – any equipment that can tune to the 616-653 and 663-698 MHz bands as of July 13 will lose its FCC type certification and will be illegal.”

Pliant Technologies Launches New Webinar Series

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Pliant Technologies announces an upcoming free webinar series for existing and potential Pliant partners and customers to learn more about the company’s wireless intercom solutions. The first in the series will be held on Wednesday July 8, at 10 a.m. (CDT) and Thursday, July 9 at 4 p.m. (CDT), and will focus on its MicroCom M and MicroCom XR intercom. Pliant’s Vice President of global sales, Gary Rosen, along with Market Development Manager, Art Gonzales and Regional Sales Manager, Mark Rehfuss, will cover the features and benefits of these new and affordable wireless intercom solutions.

“We are excited to host our first webinar, as part of our new webinar series, which will provide an overview of the intercom possibilities that now exist with MicroCom professional wireless intercom products,” says Gary Rosen, Vice President of global sales for Pliant Technologies. “At Pliant Technologies, we are always looking for new opportunities to connect with our customers to help them learn how to get the most out of their Pliant intercom solutions. The MicroCom webinar, which launches on July 8, will be repeated live on July 9, so mark your calendars for the day that works best for you.”

Body Temperature and Mask Detection

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from BTX Technologies

Join BTX and ZKTeco on Wednesday July 8th at 2pm EST for a deep dive into the next generation of temperature detection and access control. With the ability to set access credentials based on identity (face, palm, finger), body temperature, mask presence and more, ZKTeco’s new SpeedFace+ readers are solving modern access demands intelligently and intuitively.

While many companies are rushing to bring temperature readers to market, ZKTeco has a long history in access control and biometric verification development. Faces can also be recognized with masks on or off, while body temperature can be read with an accuracy of 0.6 F.

Register here

Sanitizing Your Camcorders

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by Craig Yanagi

Though large churches have been providing remote services for years, we’ve found a significant up-tick in virtual worship from small parishes in response to coronavirus lockdowns. This means that broadcast-quality camcorders have become more commonly implemented. With churches relying on the kindness of volunteers to produce services – virtual or otherwise – it’s common for cameras to be operated by different people from week-to-week.

Now, as COVID-19 stay-at-home orders are lifting around the world, governments are issuing protocols to follow for reopening of businesses, schools and churches, alike. Among the most prevalent requirements are instructions for cleaning and sanitizing commonly used surfaces. In churches, this not only means things like pews, door handles and common spaces, but also equipment, such as cameras….

KVM Technology in the Control Room Environment

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Join Datapath for a webinar about KVM technology.

You will learn about the practical benefits of KVM, how it has evolved, and how it can be applied within a control room environment.

You will then be able to learn about ‘Arqa’, Datapath’s own range of KVM systems, and how command and control installations, and other AV applications would benefit from this KVM solution.

Adapt to New Ways of Working with High Impact Public Communication

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Learn how to create high impact communication adapted for the ‘new norm’. Many businesses with high public thoroughfare, including train stations, airports and public venues, are looking at new ways of working. With customer communication being key in delivering information quickly and effectively, digital communication is one of the best ways to get high impact messaging across. A digital display draws attention, messaging can be updated inline to changing situations, keeping customers informed and safe, whilst providing additional advertising revenue streams.

CineGear ON AIR™ Launches with “GOT AGENT?” Live Zoom Panel July 1, 2020

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CineGear Expo, the industry’s premier cine-centric event series has been dedicated to the technology and art of professional filmmaking and content creation for over 25 years. To support their worldwide community, the show creators announce CineGear ON AIR™—a new virtual resource to provide hallmark panels, seminars, workshops and screening series, year round. The first collaborative event will kick off July 1, 2020.

Back by popular demand, CineGear ON AIR brings you, “Got Agent?” a Free Zoom panel of top industry agents ready to share expertise on getting the best filmmaking career representation amid the current fast-changing environment and beyond. Moderated by industry-favorite, Jay Holben, guests will include Julia Kole–Artistry, Craig Mizrahi–Innovative Artists, Dan Burnside–DDA, Kristin Tolle-Billings–WPA and Brian Goldberg–WPA. The discussion will cover: meeting the right agent to suit goals, standing out against competition and ways to establish your brand. “Got Agent?” is slated for Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 11:00am PDT. RSVP: https://www.cinegearexpo.com/got-agent-on-air-event/