FREE 1 day academy: CYP Video-over-IP Installation hosted with CIE Group.
Thursday 4th April | 9.30am - 5.00pm
(Other Academy Subjects, Dates & Venues also available - click here for details)
Holiday Inn Birmingham M6 J7 | Chapel Lane, Great Barr, Birmingham, B43 7BG
This academy qualifies all attendees for both AVIXA RU and CEDIA CEU renewal points. By attending this 1-day academy delegates will qualify for a total of 3 CTS, 3 CTS-D, 3 CTS-I AVIXA RU points, plus 3 CEDIA CEU points.
This is a free 1-day training academy - 'Video-over-IP'. A hands-on course with lots of practical sessions. Attendees of the day will leave knowing the ins and outs of IP networks and having the confidence to easily install and control video transmission products to achieve the highest quality levels.
Duration: 1 Day
Cost: Free of charge!
Aimed at: Professional AV integrators/installers.
CIE joins forces with AV distribution experts CYP to host their NEW Video-over-IP 1 day training academy for AV installers/integrators.
This course provides a comprehensive understanding of Video-over-IP technology and installation and how to achieve the best results when integrating video. Most importantly the course covers how to troubleshoot a video-over-IP installation as well as having the knowledge to understand and discuss this new technology in project meetings with client IT departments.
The session offers a balance of structured presentations, interactive demonstrations and truly hands-on Q&A to cover everything you need to know about Video-over-IP.
Delegates will also be treated to free lunch, refreshments throughout the day and exclusive discounts and special offers on the latest CYP AV distribution products.
Understand the framework of networking using the OSI model.
Understand the basic concept of Ethernet to transmit 4K video signals.
Understand the complex interactions that happen in an Ethernet installation.
Understand what IP is, its importance and where it fits into a system framework.
Ability to practically troubleshoot IP issues as they arise in the field.
Understand Multicast technology and its counterpart layer-three protocol IGMP (Internet Group Management Protocol).
Ability to identify strengths and weaknesses of Video-over-IP distribution, such as point-to-point and one-to-many video distribution applications.