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ROE Visual Enhances ROE Academy Training
Looking to offer its clients and users online learning alternatives and ways to update their LED knowledge ROE Visual has announced several new learning options.
Over the past weeks ROE Visual has looked into ways to transform its ROE Academy training and other knowledge sessions into an online training offering. “As ROE Visual we have a wealth of knowledge to share, but our challenge is to capture this and turn it into ready-made seminars, videos and training courses and to go online where possible. Being able to present online training during the current COVID-19 outbreak is a means of staying in touch with the ROE Visual user group and to support all AV technicians, going through hard times,” comments Luc Neyt, deputy director sales and service center.
ROE Visual has announced the first training offering in close co-operation with processing partner Megapixel VR.
ROE Visuals’ processing partner, Megapixel VR, launched a series of training videos on the HELIOS LED processing platform. In these training videos Megapixel VR will go through the features of the HELIOS processor step-by-step, highlighting all the great aspects and explaining what makes HELIOS such a powerful and flexible processing system.
The training videos will include information such as settings and mapping, adjustments and seams, input, output and color management, and trouble shooting.
To watch the first video and register for access to the full series, click here.
In addition, ROE Visual and Megapixel VR offer individualised online training and webinars for existing and prospective customers. Each session is tailored to the client’s specific needs and targeting the client’s technical staff in customized sessions. For these these individualised sessions click here.
ROE Visual will continue to extend its training offering over the next few weeks adding online courses, videos and seminars to its current portfolio.
Interested? Visit the ROE Academy page, where the information will be updated on a regular basis.
24th April 2020
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