Manufacturer's training courses are part of the InfoComm Renewal Unit Provider program
Jupiter Products Featured at InfoComm 2011, Booth 2563
ORLANDO, FL, June 15, 2011 – Jupiter Systems, the industry leader in display wall technology, today announced that it will be offering two accredited courses at InfoComm Academy in Orlando this year.
The training classes, “Jupiter Systems Product & Feature Overview” and “Jupiter Systems Fusion Catalyst Technical Training” will be taught by three seasoned Jupiter professionals who have decades of experience in the audio-visual (AV) industry. The courses are designed to provide participants with a winning combination of in-depth technical skills and strong business knowledge. Both courses allow participants to earn Renewal Units to use toward their CTS and NSCA certification.
"We have designed these courses to allow AV resellers, integrators and consultants to expand their understanding of Jupiter’s high performance display wall processors and their application in collaborative visualization applications found in Physical Security Operations Centers, Network Operation Centers (NOC), Public Utility Control Centers, Intelligent Traffic Management Centers, Process Control, Civil and Military Surveillance Systems, Call Centers, Financial Management Control Rooms, Boardrooms, and Video Conference Rooms,” said Brady O. Bruce, Jupiter’s Vice President, Marketing & Strategic Alliances. “By providing this training at InfoComm, Jupiter makes it easier for its partners to stay up to date with important technologies in this rapidly evolving market.”
InfoComm will manage registration for both courses, so customers can sign up for the Manufacturers Training when they register for the conference.
Session MT48: Jupiter Systems Product & Feature Overview
Wednesday, June 15th, 12:30 - 2 p.m.
Instructor John Stark, Director of Product Management at Jupiter, will present a course to introduce resellers, system integrator, project managers and business and technical users to the Jupiter Systems product family, including the key features of Fusion Catalyst™ and its award-winning PixelNet® Distributed Display Wall System and how to specify and configure Jupiter products. Participants should have a baseline understanding of display solutions. Upon completion, participants will be able to explain, understand and discuss Jupiter products and their key features; specify and configure Jupiter products; and understand best practices for control room design.
Session MT49: Fusion Catalyst Training
Friday, June 17th, 8 - 10 a.m.
Instructor Erwin Daley, Field System Engineer, has customized this course to benefit resellers, system integrators, technical users and project managers using Jupiter’s Fusion Catalyst product. The course will focus on Fusion Catalyst’s key features and how to configure and install Fusion Catalyst in a typical control room environment. Participants should have a baseline understanding of display solutions and a background in display wall deployment. Successful participants will come away able to discuss the key features of Fusion Catalyst, describe the Fusion Catalyst architecture, explain and understand the Fusion Catalyst system, show a basic understanding of the operating system and control point software, understand best practices, and identify and understand hardware, including the chassis and boards.