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Seminar Programme at Art-Net 4 Zone announced

Seminar Programme at Art-Net 4 Zone announced

UK – Artistic Licence, inventor of Art-Net and expert in lighting control, is hosting a dedicated Art-Net stand at this year's PLASA London show. This exciting new initiative – entitled Art-Net 4 Zone (Stand R71) – is supported by PLASA and LSi and seeks to provide expert education and training on the use of Art-Net and related protocols.

Thanks to the support of similar-minded sponsor companies, Artistic's formidable expertise will be complemented by a range of technical experts who are giving their time to make the event a success.

Throughout the first two days of the show (Sunday 18th and Monday 19th September), invited speakers will give 15-minute technical briefings on a range of relevant topics. The line-up has now been confirmed as follows:

Sunday 18th
11.00 – Wayne Howell (Artistic Licence) – Introduction to Art-Net 4
12.00 – Geoff Archenhold (IST Lighting Group) – An Introduction to VLC
14.00 – Hamish Dumbreck (JESE) – An Introduction to Integrity
15.00 – Iain Ruxton (Speirs + Major) – What does the LD want from networks?
16.00 – Wayne Howell (Artistic Licence) – How do PoE++ and uPoE relate to Art-Net 4?

Monday 19th
11.00 – Wayne Howell (Artistic Licence) – Introduction to Art-Net 4
12.00 – Gorka Cortázar & Tapio Rosenius (UNSTATIC & LDC) – Using Art-Net in large scale media systems
14.00 – Fraser Connolly (Artistic Licence) – An introduction to DMX-Workshop
15.00 – Wayne Howell (Artistic Licence) – The concept of discovery and subscription in Art-Net
16.00 – Jon Hole (Eaton - Zero 88) – Implementing Art-Net in lighting consoles
17.00 – Peter Willis (Howard Eaton Lighting) – Using the Lab Pack in RDM and Art-Net
18.00 – Bob Goddard (Goddard Design Company) – DMX512 timing problems and analysis

Booking is not required, just come along to stand R71 to listen to the tech-briefings. Following each presentation, questions can be put directly to the speakers in 'face-time' sessions.

For the most hands-on technical enthusiasts, the final show day (Tuesday 20th is saved for 'Art-Fest'. The format, which will be familiar to many product developers, is intended to allow visitors to test the inter-operability of devices from various manufacturers.

9th September 2016

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