Dnp gets InfoComm support
InfoComm has acknowledged dnp’s Partner Programme training seminar, announcing that attendees will receive 20.5 points towards CTS renewal.
The five-day course will provide delegates with a large chunk of the 30 points required for InfoComm’s CTS renewal programme.
Beneficiaries so far include dnp’s UK and Belgium distributors as well as dnp’s Russian dealer — respectively, Paradigm AV, Genesis Technologies and Ascreen.
During the programme the Danish projection company exposed delegates to their rear and Supernova front projection systems, explained how to measure and calculate brightness, the difference between high gain and low gain screen material types (with an introduction to its new 23-23 material) and the principle of ‘eye-gonomics’. This is a term coined by dnp denmark to describe the science of designing presentation equipment to fit the viewer (rather than forcing the viewer to try to accommodate the presentation).
Søren Kraemmergaard, dnp denmark’s global sales manager, said he was honoured that InfoComm had awarded the seminars qualifications as part of the CTS programme. “This shows how well the recent introduction of the dnp Partner Programme has been accepted as a complete and detailed incentive and training programme,” he added.
Dnp denmark will hold its next Partner Programme October 25-28.