National Harbor, Md. — Electrograph’s next Digital Technology Experience (DTE) will be held here Oct. 21 at the Gaylord National Harbor & Convention Center.
According to the company, attendees will have the opportunity for a free full day of intensive training and earn NSCA and CEDIA education credits, the chance to exchange ideas with manufacturers and industry leaders, and to preview new product solutions in its manufacturer product showcase.
During the event, Garry Kayye, publisher/editor/contributor to Gary Kayye’s rAVe and Gary Kayye’s Home Edition will present a seminar called “AV2011: What will you be doing in 2011?;” Richard Reynolds, Cisco Networking Academy program coordinator and lead instructor, Pikes Peak Community College, will present “IP Networking 201: What Every AV Integrator Needs to Know,” and Bill Whitlock, president and chief engineer of Jensen Transformers, will present “Solving Ground Loop Problems.”