What: Audio Engineering Society (AES) Meeting, Central Indiana
When: 7:00pm – 9:00pm, September 27, 2018
Where: Sensory Technologies, 6951 Corporate Circle, Indianapolis, IN 46278
Josh Arnold and Mike Sims, from Attero Tech in Fort Wayne, will present an update on new developments around the AES67 AoIP standard. There has been surprisingly rapid market acceptance and uptake of AES67, and a number of industry groups and manufacturers in the Pro AV space are using the standard. Many are using a variety of device discovery and audio connection management protocols to extend the utility of AES67 past basic AoIP bridging towards more comprehensive AoIP solutions. We’ll talk about these efforts, demonstrate AES67 interoperability on some real gear, and give a sneak peek at some of Attero Tech’s AES67 roadmap.
Josh Arnold is Attero Tech’s AV Product Manager. He’s responsible for defining Attero Tech’s new products and product family strategies. Before stepping into his current role at Attero Tech, Josh designed hardware and firmware for both Attero Tech and OEM products. Josh was a Sales Engineer at Sweetwater Sound prior to joining Attero Tech.
Mike Sims is the Director of Marketing and Sales, and one of the founders of Attero Tech. He worked as a hardware design engineer and manager for Biamp, Lectrosonics, and Cirrus Logic prior to his time at Attero Tech.
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