Kramer ISE 2019 Plans: New Systems and AV Training Opportunities

Kramer will showcase its latest products and provide dealer training during the annual ISE 2019 show in Amsterdam on Feb. 5-8.

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Kramer ISE 2019 plans include displaying various IT-oriented solutions, including software, system management, meeting space automation and connectivity. But they’ll also offer plenty of AV training opportunities.

The show takes place in Amsterdam Feb. 5-8. Exhibiting booth number 1-F20Kramer will demonstrate the following solutions:

  • Kramer Platforms: Exhibiting booth number 1-F20 the company says this product line goes beyond standard convergence. Making its debut at ISE 2019, Kramer Platforms incorporates software-driven hardware devices to provide multiple functions from a single box.
  • Kramer Control:  This product is a next-generation Kramer Control solution that provides integrators with a code-free, cloud-based control platform.
  • Kramer Network: The new Kramer Network  2.2 is an enterprise management platform that is designed to allow integrators to easily configure IT/AV systems through the integration of technologies that include Dante.
  • UX Flash Track: Helping integrators to ensure the best possible user experience, Kramer emphasizes that it is heavily investing into its UX platform. At ISE 2019 the company will discuss how UX can be used as a catalyst for new technologies.

Kramer will participate in an AVIXA Flash Track called, “User Experience: The New Catalyst for Technology,” with David Margolin Vice President of marketing, Kramer. The discussion takes place on Thursday Feb. 9 at 1:30 p.m. in Room N110 Hall 13.

Kramer ISE 2019 AV Training Opportunities

In addition to the products it will be showcasing at ISE 2019, Kramer will also be participating in a number of training sessions during the event.

Some of the company’s training opportunities include:

SCHOMS

Kramer says that it is committed to supporting its technology partners by partnering with SCHOMS for a hosted buyer program focused on BYOD and Collaborations.

“The use of huddle spaces has grown over the past few years and the ability to stream content from BYOD is a key factor in their growth,” says Neta Lempert, Vice President, business development, digital, Kramer Electronics.

“As we reach a maturity of the huddle space concept, what is next and how should we prepare for it.”

Kramer Academy 

This training event is designed to provide integrators with the skills to augment their fundamental AV knowledge.

At ISE 2019 Kramer will cover AV over IP and Kramer Control on Feb. 6 and 7. Integrators that participate in the training earn AVIXA CTS ru points, and attendees can register here.

Other educational initiatives Kramer is offering include its downloadable 8K white paper.

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