With a focus on the power of audio-visual technology, InfoComm 2009 gets underway on June 14 in Orlando, Fla. More than 30,000 attendees from around the world, and more than 850 exhibitors, are expected.
Pavilions throughout the show floor include focuses on audio, digital signage, and lighting and staging.
"Attending InfoComm’s tradeshow provides a tremendous return on an attendee’s investment of both time and money," said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., executive director of InfoComm International. "It is the only place to see a comprehensive array of conferencing, professional audio, digital signage, display, lighting, control system and signal distribution technology solutions. Attendees can also take advantage of education and training from leading experts and manufacturers while they are at the Show."
More than 300 education sessions will offer the training that AV professionals rely on to stay current with a constantly changing industry. More than 8,000 technology managers responsible for purchasing products are also anticipated.
Special exhibits and events include audio demonstration rooms, an HD Conferencing and Telepresence Showcase, and a digital signage application showcase.
"The question should not be whether you can afford to attend InfoComm, but rather, can you afford to miss it?" said Lemke.
The conference is supported by Bosch Communications Systems, Christie Digital, Crestron Electronics, Extron Electronics, Middle Atlantic Products, Inc., Polycom, and Tandberg.
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