ESTA launches control protocols survey
Wednesday, 27 February 2019
tsp-esta-logo-2015-blackThis survey seeks to understand how well lighting control protocols are serving end-users
USA - The Entertainment Services and Technology Association (ESTA) Technical Standards Programme (TSP) has launched a control protocols satisfaction survey project to gather public input from end users about their usage of control protocols in the entertainment industry. The survey may be accessed at estalink.us/survey.
This survey was commissioned by the TSP’s Control Protocols Working Group (CPWG) and seeks to understand how well lighting control protocols are serving end-users. The CPWG is the working group that develops control technologies you use every day, like DMX512, RDM, and sACN, although the survey includes questions on other industry protocols as well.
Survey questions determining what features are currently being used and what challenges have been encountered comprise much of the survey. However, other sections of the survey are more focused on determining if control protocols are conveniencing the user and what how this can be further improved.
All responses are anonymous and the survey can be completed in 10 minutes or less, says ESTA.
(Jim Evans)

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