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December 15, 2020
A Conversation with Key Audio Industry Suppliers

    In this Audio Product Education Institute series of webinars, we will feature key factory principals with deep experience in supplying top brands. We discuss their business including the challenges in engineering, technology and operations while exploring how they manage tariffs, supply chain and the pandemic, to bring products to market in 2021.

    October 14, 15, 16, 2020
    APEI Product Development Symposium @AES Show Fall 2020

      The Audio Product Education Institute (APEI), an initiative of the Audio Engineering Society (AES), will host a three-day Product Development Symposium – October 14, 15 and 16 – as part of the online events of AES Show Fall 2020. Moving the AES Show online has unbound time and place restrictions, allowing the expansion across all of October, now dubbed Audio Engineering Month. This has further made it possible for the traditional Convention Product Development Track to expand into a full AES Symposium format prior to the Convention’s Technical Program. All Access registration for AES Show Fall 2020 is required to attend the Product Development Symposium, available now at AESShow.com.

      August 26, 2020
      Changes and Opportunities in Supply Chain and Sourcing

        In this webinar, Mike Klasco and other highly experienced guests will address the challenges in the supply chain caused by the rising cost of goods from China, the tariff wars, the Hong Kong struggles, and the dynamics of the global pandemic. The emergence of new suppliers in Asia and what part of the audio business can brought back home will also be explored in detail.

        July 9, 2020
        Successful Smart Speakers and Voice-Enabled Products​

          Our two presenters will discuss a series of real-world challenges they have faced in developing sophisticated interactive smart speaker products. Topics addressed will cover the disciplines in voice integrated products, from acoustics to microphones, electronics, DSP and output transducers.

          Attendees will gain a keen understanding of how all these areas must work together in order for a product to succeed
          in attaining the goals set by the product manager.
          Attendees will learn how companies in the past were not equipped to make the best decisions or to integrate these disciplines to succeed with their end product.