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Old October 29th, 2007   #1
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Notice of LDI event

The Architecture for Control Networks protocol suite (E1.17 ACN) and
Remote Device Management (E1.20 RDM) are now released ANSI Standards.
These outcomes of the ESTA Technical Standards Program will help shape
the future interoperability of entertainment lighting products and
At the forthcoming LDI exhibition in Orlando, Florida, ESTA is
sponsoring the Control Protocols Interoperability Pavilion, at Booth
#1239, adjacent to the ESTA lounge.
The Interoperability Pavilion will provide a hands-on demonstration of
RDM product in a multi-manufacturer environment. No longer prototypes
designed to draft versions of the documents, but real examples
demonstrating how these standards can work for you. Examples of ACN
capabilities and details of the OpenACN project will be also be
Representatives of the task groups and companies that have forged these
standards will be on hand to answer questions and show it works!. For
manufacturers whose product is, or nearly is, "RDM Ready", the pavilion
will offer an opportunity to interconnect and learn.
Consultants and Specifiers should stop by to see how we're all
Manufactureres wishing to demonstrate or trial their products should
contact Peter Willis (email andera@compuserve.com) prior to LDI.

Peter Willis
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