No event can achieve its goal unless you have a team of specialized technicians to plan and deal with it from start to finish. However, despite knowing this fact, sometimes the organizers make the big mistake of carrying the event on the shoulders of some necessary technicians and facing the impact of the event disaster due to an autonomous technical failure. If you’re still not sure why you need a full team of on-site event specialists, here are some knowledge supplements for your information.
Professional technicians perform risk assessment tests to identify areas of potential vulnerability. They also improve the audio/video/lighting output quality by conducting in-depth technical analysis, such as checking A / V quality in terms of speed, packet loss, and jitter. Other crucial technician-administered assessments include testing in advanced media testing labs, obtaining MOS scores from real devices, and testing variable network configurations. Finally, they conduct a competitive analysis and provide general engineering support at the event.
Act as contact and coordinator of the team
The job of a technician is not limited to installing and managing equipment. A team of ideal technicians works closely with senior event technicians and provides expert feedback on the use and efficiency of event production equipment. They connect with client team members and stakeholders during pre-production. They show how to optimize the use of space and help other teams to follow best practices, leading to the inexhaustible success of your event.
Proactively manage all technical issues.
Technicians handle all technical issues from small to large, from a common video rewind to guest registration failures. With the advent of the Internet, the constant availability of Wi-Fi is necessary for the event’s success. We thank the on-site technicians for solving these problems before they hamper the success of your event.
Evaluate the technical aesthetics of the site.
A visually stunning location cannot save just one event. Radiofrequency interference, Twitter hashtag hijacking, and cell phone deadlocks are problems that can also ruin an event. Technical professionals conduct proper signal testing and ensure that the site meets high-quality equipment. In addition, the technicians analyze the aesthetic and ergonomic suitability of an event venue so that it has all the attributes to establish adequate communication with the public. An ergonomically designed location allows sound, images, and lighting to reach your audience evenly and without any drift.
Specialized professionals: The students of technical careers achieve a complete, specialized, and practical training in the field of action chosen, acquiring particular skills and abilities, which are required in the product and services sector.
They solve specific problems: The importance of a technical specialist in the national and global industry is that they have the necessary knowledge to solve specific problems practically and in the shortest possible time.
The industry in our country has promoted great competitiveness in the labor market, and part of this is having better technicians in all parts of the country
No one should forget that behind each piece of the news, there is a camera focusing on the journalist and a team concerned that the sound reaches the homes of millions of viewers as clear as possible. While it is true that when we see televised galas of several hours live, the strange thing is that Twitter does not criticize some unfortunate shot or lighting failure, we must bear in mind that pressure and teamwork can play so much in favor as against, because we are human and mistakes happen.
It is important to claim the importance of the access experts and human resources necessary to produce an audiovisual product and that as many people as possible know that those who are behind the sound or light control are as essential a part as other more visible agents. The meetings necessary for planning, in which all aspects of the project are designed; scheduling; work organization, and team coordination are just some of the common tasks in companies like ours.
When a manufacturing part or processing machinery or equipment malfunctions, they must repair it. They study the technical diagrams of the machinery to analyze the problem, or they follow the instructions written on an instruction sheet.
They detect the error in the installation or machinery and repair it using hand tools, such as wrenches, spanners and screwdrivers. They also use power tools and perform welding to complete the repair.
Sometimes, they replace worn parts, then grease them with oil, and adjust machinery or equipment before reassembling it.
Maintenance technicians have to be experts in many different areas. For example, they can work with electronics, pneumatic and hydraulic equipment.
Sometimes maintenance technicians need to completely check equipment. They are in charge of removing the machinery, checking and cleaning its parts and then reassembling them.
They renew equipment and machinery periodically, for example, once a year, when the factory or plant is closed for summer holidays.
Maintenance technicians sometimes install new equipment, and can help train operators in how to use it.
Work can be messy or messy. Maintenance technicians may wear protective coveralls or uniforms, safety glasses, and protective footwear.