The Institute of Sound and Communications Engineers (ISCE) has announced plans for its ISCEx2014 exhibition and networking dinner. This will take place on 4-5 March at the Holiday Inn, Birmingham City Centre. The event commences with the dinner on the opening night, with pre-dinner drinks served at 7pm.
Here guests will be able to preview the exhibition in an informal setting before the serious business starts at 9.30am on the following morning. ISCEx2014 will offer a full technical seminar program accompanying the exhibition. Visitors can register for this using the same link. The proceedings will run as follows: 10am: Tony Stacey, Acoustic Consultant from AMS Acoustics: Signal to amplifier to loudspeaker – I thought it would be louder. 11am: Cassia Valentini Botinhao, Research Fellow, The Centre for Speech Technology Research, University of Edinburgh: Increasing the intelligibility of computer-generated text-to-speech. 2.15pm: John Moore, Director, Secomak Ltd: Design and supply of loudspeakers for the Royal Navy and Army – not quite your home environment 3.30pm: Jan Leerschool, International Sales Manager, Pan Acoustics GmbH: Is two-dimensional beam steering the best audio solution for difficult acoustical environments? Full details can be obtained here (opens a pdf file). Registration is available by downloading this form (opens pdf file). Meanwhile potential exhibitors can find out more about reaching the sound communications market – with public address, voice alarm, sound system, audio frequency induction loop system, audio-video and acoustics solutions — by clicking here (opens pdf file).