Triple E at New York NATEAC conference

Monday, 23 July 2012
Triple E at New York NATEAC conferenceDavid Edelstein, managing director of Triple E
USA - David Edelstein, managing director of Entertainment equipment engineering company Triple E will be chairing a discussion entitled All You Wanted To Know About Automation But Were Afraid To Ask at this year's North American Theatre, Engineering and Architecture Conference (NATEAC) this month.

Based on the conferences produced by Richard Brett in London, the 2012 NATEAC will see more than 50 panellists speak at 18 sessions on topics ranging from current automation technology to the design of stage lifts and a discussion of what the type of performance venues required over the next 20 years.

"The conference aims to promote communication between the architects, engineers, consultants, and manufacturers responsible for designing and building new theatres," says Edelstein. "I fully support this and was delighted to be asked to chair this session, which will see respected panellists Mark Ager, managing director of Stage Technologies, Ltd. UK and USA; Scott Fisher president of Fisher Technical Services and Andy McArthur sales manager for J.R. Clancy in what promises to be an informative and lively discussion."

Triple E's portfolio is expanding from predominantly UK-based projects into European and American markets. Their product range includes a comprehensive range of tracks for both curtains and scenery and comprises both rope and chain driven systems extensively used for variable acoustics together with the Varibanner. Triple E products have become well established in the North American market through Rose Brand based on the East and West coasts.

(Jim Evans)


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