Remote Technologies Incorporated (RTI) announced that it will offer three manufacturer product training sessions at the 2015 CEDIA Expo in Dallas next week. The courses, “Building a Better User Interface With RTI,” “RTI Intercom, Z-Wave, and Distributed Audio Control Programming,” and “Large-Scale Product Control With RTI,” will be held on October 16 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in room C140.
RTI provided brief course descriptions:
“Building a Better User Interface With RTI,” held from 11:30 a.m.-1:00 p.m., will discuss how the user interface is the most important part of any control system, providing an in-depth look at how RTI’s award-winning Integration Designer programming software can create the ideal user interface, including custom buttons, pop-up menus, and time-saving techniques.
“RTI Intercom, Z-Wave, and Distributed Audio Control Programming,” held from 1:30-3:00 p.m., will highlight RTI’s CEDIA Product Hall of Fame Integration Designer software and how it embraces new technology such as Z-Wave. This class will focus on the programming and control of RTI’s new intercom capabilities and Z-Wave control along with group audio zone control using the RTI AD-64 driver.
“Large-Scale Product Control With RTI,” held from 3:30-5:00 p.m., will focus on the capability of RTI products and Integration Designer to tackle large-venue installations, top to bottom. Attendees will learn how to program and control large-scale projects using RTI control processors, expansion devices, and local area networks to meet project requirements.
“Each year at CEDIA we look forward to providing our dealers with valuable training sessions to help them remain competitive in the market,” Tyler Nelson, director of training for RTI, said in a statement. “These three training courses demonstrate the versatility of our powerful programming software and its ability to adapt to rapidly evolving technology. Whether it’s programming the ultimate user interface, tackling large-venue installations, or integrating intercom and Z-Wave, attendees will leave with more skills and confidence, which translates to a win for the end user.”
Each of the training sessions will be worth 0.75 continuing education units (CEUs).