ENTECH arrives next week in Sydney

logoSo next week Sydney pays host the ENTECH at the Sydney Convention Centre. This is going to hopefully be an exciting chance for people to network, learn new things and check out the latest gear that is available. I will be there and I hope to catch up with some of my readers.

ENTECH is Australia’s longest running Entertainment Technology & Installation show. SMPTE – the largest and longest running Broadcast conference & exhibition in Australia.

What does this mean for you?

– Visitors will get unprecedented access to the world’s leading brands.

– ENTECH / SMPTE has close to 200 Exhibitors showcasing over 500 brands!

– ENTECH / SMPTE are offering you the opportunity to see first hand the latest products on display for the first time in Autralia.

Pre- Register now! We look forward to seeing you in a week

Free to attend Jands Seminar

jands_coWith the widespread adoption of LED lighting, data distribution has become critical infrastructure for venues of all sizes and markets. But the equipment required, and exactly what it does, is not widely understood. Join Robert Armstrong of Pathway Connectivity for an assessment of how to talk to your lights (easy), how to manage the data flow (not so easy) and how to get the lights to talk back (surprisingly hard).

Speaker: Robert Armstrong, Manager – Technical Sales & Product Support, Pathway Connectivity
Date: Tuesday 23rd July
Time: 14:30 pm
Register Here 

New Speakers Confirmed for the Lighting Technicians Lunch

lighting tech ltl image 3As part of the new ENTECH Technicians’ Lunch Series, this unique two hour session will bring together some of the local industries best practitioners to discuss two topics openly, with a view to offering practical advice and guidance. With a limited number of seats available, join hosts Show Technology as they facilitate the following sessions over a complimentary lunch.
When Things Go Wrong: 

Facilitator – Joe Mercurio

Panelists: Liz Beedle, Chris D’bais, John Taylor

Bulletproof Production Data Networks:

Facilitator – Andy Ciddor (ALIA)

Panellists: Paul Collison, Blake Garner, Vince Haddad

Register Here

Update on the Review of the Live Entertainment and Event Safety Guidelines

Session Overview: 

lpa_logo_200mm_colourProvide interested parties the process undertaken by Live Performance Australia to review the Live Entertainment and Safety Guidelines since the 2012 ENTECH – CX – LPA Safety Summit held un Melbourne in July 2012.

The session will also provide an overview of the content of the new Guidelines and how it will work.  Advice will also be provided as to  the consultation process which will be undertaken following the completion of the Review.
Date: Wednesday 24th July
Time: 9:30 am
Room G03 
Register Here

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