Supported by ISE -- KEEF 2007 (Kramer Eastern European Forum on Audio and Video Solutions)

For the first time, Kramer Electronics arranges an international forum on audio and video solutions: KEEF2007 (Kramer Eastern Europe Forum 2007).

This unique event will take place from July 29 till August 2 on the Adriatic Sea coast in Croatia, Opatia town, the most popular and fashionable resort in the northern Adriatic. The event is supported by Integrated Systems Europe.


Forum's chief topics will be professional audio and video installations, trends and prospects of field development, technical difficulties and examples of implemented projects.

The Forum will unite tens of best AV-field companies and specialists operating in Russia, Eastern Europe and on the vast Post-soviet territory. This field regional event will be dedicated to practical recommendations in modern audio and video installations on such rapidly developing markets as Digital Signage, home entertainments, education, conference communication systems etc.

Tasks of the Forum are arrangement of informal communication, experience exchange, audio and video innovative equipment and technologies implementation practices in contemporary man's spheres of activity. For projects presented within the framework of the Forum, the organizers established an award for the best installation - "Best Installation Kramer Awards".

Social significance of the implemented project, functional completeness of installation, reasonable minimalism of installed equipment - these are by far not all criteria, by which the best project will be chosen.

More about the Forum; www.avclub.ru/en/keef/

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