This month we catch up with GatesAir to learn what’s been happening to the company since their spin-off from Harris.
Representatives will review the capabilities of the GatesAir studio products, current and future Intraplex products, and discuss the current state of audio over IP (AoIP) in the broadcast industry. We’ll also look at the next steps that will make AoIP interoperability a reality. Topics will include AES 67, Ravenna, AVB, control needs, and Studio vs. Enterprise vs. WAN applications.
Should be a good time as the meeting is Wednesday, November 19th at 12 noon the 94th Aero Squadron restaurant at 8885 Balboa Avenue east of CA-163. Members and guests are welcome and GatesAir provides lunch.
About Joe Marshall of GatesAir
Joe has been with GatesAir since 2003. Previous to joining the team at GatesAir Joe had experience in the recording and broadcast television industries. During his time with GatesAir he has expanded his expertise in audio broadcast, recording, and production into the realms of manufacturing, system design, and now Product Line Management. Joe’s experience in console manufacturing has provided great insight into the importance of efficient and practical product design. Joe has also spent time with GatesAir as a systems engineer, designing the audio, logic, routing and console infrastructures for facilities large and small throughout the world. During this time Joe has earned the VistaMax “guru” title for his extensive systems commissioning experience and knowledge. As Product Line Manager, Joe now works closely with and supports engineering, manufacturing, order administration, and sales. From product demos, to new product development, to product support, to project execution, Joe truly enjoys providing the best service, support, and products that he can to GatesAir customers.