The roundtable will focus on new workflows for hybrid learning and contactless audio.
As part of its #DontStopTheEducation series of virtual conference and training events for AV professionals, Sennheiser will host a series of roundtables and seminars with the first one slotted for July 16. The seminar will discuss the new normal in higher education and conferencing. In addition, the company will host interactive online seminars that will explore touchless audio and hybrid learning, and the TeamConnect Ceiling 2 microphone.
Over the course of a 90-minute live round-table discussion, the panellists and hosts will take an in-depth look at the ‘new normal’ for corporate meeting spaces and answer some of the most typical and pressing questions that have arisen in the wake of the coronavirus crisis: Are we ready for a post-pandemic technology shift to address the new social distancing norms – and what could this look like for online conferencing and e-learning? How do we continue being engaging and productive with travel restrictions and social distancing in place? And what new tech solutions and ideas would consultants wish to see designed and implemented?
Sennheiser host Kenan Phang will welcome Gerald Stewart (Inhabit Group), Mradul Sharma (3C Design Networks), Ratnesh Javeri (Innovative Systems & Solutions) Robert Soo (Cogent Acoustics) and Stone Yao (Acoustics Design Institute).
A second seminar will also be held on July 16 on Hybrid Learning and Touchless Audio. The seminar will look at solutions for contact-free microphone capture of lectures and seminars and shows alternative delivery methods to avoid device sharing in a world with Covid-19. New workflows will be explored that allow for classroom collaboration between multiple locations to maximize student and instructor interaction in de-centralized classroom applications. Also, the seminar will show methods to implement voice lift in a space using ceiling microphones and BYOD mobile phone listening technology, in order to overcome some of the challenges of social distancing and shared devices in a classroom environment. Registration is open at
More details about the seminars are available on the company web site and participation is free of charge.