Video over IP and Harman SVSI

Wednesday 7 November 2018, Coffee & tea from 6.00pm. Talk starts at 6.30pm

Arnold Woldendale Lecture Theatre, Calman Learning Centre, Durham University, DH1 3LE

Free of charge for both BCS members and non-members


The presentation will cover the reasons why Video over IP exists today and its progression from the early days of Video signal networking through to the conception and growth of SVSI from its beginning in NASA and the space industry to its current range and designs and encoding protocols. We will show how networked AV can simplify your AV installations from design to support post installation.

Inventor of the control panel, AMX has been leading innovation in automation and video distribution for more than 30 years. Its philosophy of “AV for an IT World” has earned AMX a place in the boardrooms of Fortune 100 companies, the learning centres of top universities and the control centres of presidents, prime ministers, defence departments and intelligence organisations around the globe.

AMX has a reputation for innovative, scalable technology solutions for meeting spaces as well as building-wide video distribution and management solutions. Whether in a single facility or multiple locations around the world, AMX solves the complexity of managing technology with reliable, consistent and scalable systems that are easy for anyone to use. AMX has partnered with hundreds of manufacturers to ensure product interoperability, including Honeywell, Polycom and Samsung.


The content will be presented by: Antony Price, Senior Pre sales engineer, who has many years of networking and AV experience; and Matthew Short, Harman Business Development Manager for Education & Government, EMEA


6.00pm - Registration - Tea Coffee

6.30pm - Presentation Commences