Posted on 16th April, 2019


CEDIA, the leading global organisation and body overseeing the home technology industry have teamed up with the Connected network and publication to deliver an industry-leading conference for industry members next month.

The event to be held May 23-24 at the Sofitel Hotel, Broadbeach on the sunny Gold Coast will attract hundred of our industry's best installers, integrators and smart home gurus.

Jeremy Sweet, Connection Magazines General Manager told StereoNET:

There is a fair bit of technical training available to integrators around the country, but there is a serious lack of education targeting the business owner,

The CEDIA+Connected Conference aims to rectify this through the inclusion of presentations from some of the leading authorities in standards, economics, housing, digital home health and wellness.

More than 10 guest speakers from Australia and across the globe will attend to discuss emerging global and local trends, along with the issues confronting the Australian systems integration industry – from market research into the housing market nationally and the uptake of IoT and integrated technologies, as well as discussion panels about education, staffing and skill shortages. 

The second day of the conference will see more than 20 training sessions, including exclusive CEDIA training, and courses delivered by event sponsors including Audio Active, Advance Audio, BenQ, Canohm, Krix, QualiFiSynergy and Yamaha and many more.

CEDIA Members can attend the conference for $150/ticket, while non-CEDIA members can also attend for $250/ticket. 

For more information, or if you are working within the Audio-Visual industry and are interested in attending, visit


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Posted in: Home Theatre Integration Technology Smart Homes & IoT Industry
Tags: connected  cedia  audio active  advance audio  benq  cano  krix  qualifi  sanus  synergy audio visual  yamaha 

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