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Major upgrade for SDVoE Academy

Major upgrade for SDVoE Academy

Major upgrade for SDVoE Academy


The SDVoE Alliance has completed a major upgrade to the SDVoE Academy education and training platform for AV professionals, adding new features designed to facilitate learning and community engagement for systems designers, integrators and end users.

“Earlier this year, we surveyed SDVoE Academy users, listened to their feedback and undertook a complete redesign to make our learning platform easier to use and more customisable to individual learning styles,” said Matt Dodd, head of education for the SDVoE Alliance and CEO of Clavia Group. “We’ve even implemented a dashboard that lets users track their progress as they develop the skills they need to take advantage of the latest technologies for AV signal management and AV-over-IP.”

The academy has offered free self-paced online courses since its inception in 2018, attracting more than 5,000 students and serving more than 25,000 lessons over more than 100 different courses in video technology, network basics and system design across a variety of vertical markets. The SDVoE Academy is also the home of the SDVoE LIVE! pro AV edutainment program. These 30-minute interactive shows feature interviews with the industry’s leading lights. In season one, a full slate of provocative topics was covered, from HDR and 8K to USB, cybersecurity, the digital canvas, esports, APIs and more. Season two kicks off on 19 October with a fresh line-up of guests and topics.

“I’m very proud that the pro AV industry has embraced the SDVoE Academy as their trusted resource as we blend AV and IT technologies to take full advantage of off-the-shelf Ethernet switches to realise greater system flexibility and scalability over traditional approaches such as point-to-point extension and circuit-based AV matrix switching,” added Justin Kennington, SDVoE Alliance president. “In this next phase, I’m particularly looking forward to building a strong community around the SDVoE Academy forum where SDVoE members, designers, developers and end users can mingle, share tips and tricks, answer questions and solve problems together.

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