Seminars & Talks

Array Processing and its Practical Use

Date: 26 July 2017
Time: 11:15 – 12:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

AP is the next step in Line array optimisation. It can be used in every Linearray  application out there.

This presentation will explain how d&b does it and we use it. It will show where it comes from and how it is integrated into the workflow. It is relevan for anyone who works with Line Arrays.

Improving Profits with Point Source Systems

Date & Time:

– 26 July 2017 (13:15 – 14:00)

– 27 July 2017 (13:15 – 14:00)

– 28 July 2017 (14:15 – 15:00)

Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

Highlighting the benefits of using point source speaker technology and how users can achieve better results not just in sound quality but real savings economically in areas including transport, installation, rigging and power requirements. 

Learning how to learn. A Sound Engineer’s Story

Date: 26 July 2017
Time: 15:15 – 16:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

Education in general had not change for centuries but the demand does.

How schools and Institution aren’t changing fast enough to cope with the ever-changing industry shift.

The needs to prepare their graduates with a sound education is ever more eminent today for them to deal with the change.

Are you supposed to learn a new tool or are you supposed to learn about problem?

A different in perspective make the different between a leader and an old gut.

How are we affected in the AV industry, either in the MICE or Media & Entertainment?

Introduction to Pro-Ribbon Technology

Date & Time:

– 26 July 2017 (16:15 – 17:00)

– 28 July 2017 ( 15:15 – 16:00)

Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

Explanation in a popular scientific way the history and technical background of this “new” transducer technology for reproducing mid and high frequencies.

Explanation of how this alternative to the 100-year old compression driver technology enables HiFi sound at concert sound pressure levels.

Practical applications are explained with real world implementations.

Lighting Design for Large Scale Events

Date: 27 July 2017
Time: 10:45 – 11:30
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

A sharing of how various large scale event’s lighting design and programming are planned and executed.

The different challenges faced in designing/programming for a stadium sized concert tour, vs a national celebration event, and an international sporting event’s ceremonies.

The talk will cover how design concepts are developed, all the way thru to how the actual on site realization works.

The Tender Process and How to Make It Fair

Date: 27 July 2017
Time: 14:15 – 15:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

This little presentation will touch on the tender process for concerts, venues and installations.

How detailed should we go without limiting us to old technology. What is really important.

Can we get away from Driversize and specification of limiting parameters?

We will look into the use of simulation and the documentation of the final comissioning.

This is interesting for anyone who specifies audio equipment for installations and events and should give good Ideas about how to aquire the latest technology and fullfilling criteria that matter.

How To Be Prepared for the Future of AV Tech. A Sound Engineers Career, Demystified.

Date: 27 July 2017
Time: 15:15 – 16:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

In a ever changing world of automation and possibilities brought upon by technological advancement are changing tourism and travel as an industry.

How are we going to embrace this new generation that are Digital Native?

Ever wonder why do we need to fill in our basic details every time we try to login to a public wifi?

Why can’t we walk straight to our hotel room without having to queue up at the front desk to check-in?

Can we travel globally with our Native Language?

Can we improve on our travelling experiences?

If online payment is not well trusted nowadays, what is our solution?

Southeast Asian Rigging and Safety Forum

Date: 27 July 2017
Time: 16:15 – 17:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

Rigging has been a part of life in the entertainment world today. We as entertaiment stakeholders are responsible for the audience and the working crew’s safety.

What is a good practice, what is not? In this forum, the industry will share best practices, and also learn from bad experiences in the past.

Join us with our panel of presenters and share your views.

The Future of Events: A C-suite and Managerial Discussion

Date: 28 July 2017
Time: 10:45 – 11:30
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

Audiences and organisers are now pampered with many innovative ideas up for grabs for their events. Demand on Technologies is the number one thing on their checklists.

What could the future of events industry be? What are the changes? What is done to anticipate the demand?

Hospitality Experience & Lifestyle Platform

Date: 28 July 2017
Time: 13:15 – 14:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

In a ever changing world of automation and possibilities brought upon by technological advancement are changing tourism and travel as an industry.

How are we going to embrace this new generation that are Digital Native?

Ever wonder why do we need to fill in our basic details every time we try to login to a public wifi?

Why can’t we walk straight to our hotel room without having to queue up at the front desk to check-in?

Can we travel globally with our Native Language?

Can we improve on our travelling experiences?

If online payment is not well trusted nowadays, what is our solution?

Introduction to Pro-Ribbon Technology

Date: 28 July 2017
Time: 15:15 – 16:00
Venue: Seminar Area, Hall E

Explaining in a popular scientific way the history and technical background of this “new” transducer technology for reproducing mid and high frequencies.

Explanation of how this alternative to the 100-year old compression driver technology enables HiFi sound at concert sound pressure levels.

Practical applications are explained with real world implementations.