|Wireless Solution Sweden AB will be holding the next installment of Wireless University during PLASA show 2008, London. Wireless University is the popular series of presentations and hands-on demonstrations aimed at educating the industry on the technology and benefits of wireless DMX. The program will be held on Tuesday, September 9 from 3:00pm – 4:00pm in Seminar Theatre 1 in Earls Court Two. The seminar will be led by Niclas Norlén, R&D Manager for Wireless Solution and will cover topics such as pros and cons of wireless control, how it works, radio protocols (W-LAN, Bluetooth, etc.), choosing a radio system, system planning, and peripheral equipment.
“We’re very proud about the response to this educational series,” says Niclas Arvidsson, Owner of Wireless Solution, “We’ve seen a variety of attendees, from dealers to specifiers and students. Everyone has given positive feedback that they got valuable information from their time spent at these seminars. The more we all know about wireless DMX technology, the quicker it will become a standard practice and help make a lot of installations easier and in most cases, more cost effective.”
The program has been held during major trade shows such as PALME Asia and PLASA07, with attendees giving high remarks to the educational value of the program. “I found the seminar to be an extremely smart use of my time,” said Jon Winn of White Light, who attended Wireless University during PLASA07, “I see a growing number of challenging applications requiring the need for wireless DMX, and the more I can explain to my clients, the better the entire project turns out to be.”
Niclas Norlén explains, ”Wireless Control is rapidly increasing in popularity and one of our missions is to educate people to get a better understanding for this technology. What we see today is if someone fails with his or her wireless installation, no matter what the reason, it gives wireless control a bad reputation in general. Today there are a few good producers of professional wireless control equipment and we would all benefit from a seminar.”