Indianapolis - The Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) and HDMI Licensing will hold a series of training seminars to teach HDMI integration.
The series of training seminars will be aimed at increasing CEDIA members' knowledge of HDMI technology, its capabilities and applications, CEDIA said in a release.
In a recent CEDIA survey of its members, 66 percent of participants stated that 90 percent to 100 percent of their installations include HDMI technology.
However, many respondents also reported issues. Through this new relationship, CEDIA and HDMI Licensing work together to provide educational opportunities for CEDIA members on the best practices of HDMI system design and implementation.
CEDIA and HDMI Licensing are planning to deliver joint training seminars in major U.S. markets, including Denver, Chicago, Houston/Dallas, New York, Los Angeles and Sunnyvale, Calif.
At the Sunnyvale and New York locations the technician training seminars will be held in conjunction with the adopter- and developer-focused HDMI Technology Seminars, allowing the program to bridge the gap between product design and the implementation in the home. The dates for all locations are still pending.
For more information on the CEDIA and HDMI Licensing partnership, contact Utz Baldwin at