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InfoComm 2021 registration opens for in-person Orlando show

InfoComm 2021 registration opens for in-person Orlando show

InfoComm 2021 registration opens for in-person Orlando show


Scheduled to take place between 23-29 October at the Orange County Convention Centre in Orlando, registrations for InfoComm are now open.

“We’re extremely excited to gather the pro AV industry together for InfoComm 2021,” said AVIXA CEO David Labuskes. “There isn’t anything quite like the in-person experience of learning about new technology, making new business connections, and meeting up with long-time industry peers. Like countless other industries, pro AV has been affected in a multitude of ways by the pandemic – some negative, like the pause of live events, others positive, such as the dramatic adoption of video communications. At the show, we’ll explore the trends that emerged, and which will be long-lasting.”

AVIXA CEO, David Labuskes
AVIXA CEO, David Labuskes

InfoComm 2021 aims to spotlight the fastest-growing and most critical solutions and technologies in the world of AV. Exhibitor stands and education will host conferencing and collaboration, content, production, streaming, digital signage, learning, live events and audio technologies. Forecast to generate $43.5 billion in 2021 globally, one of the most prominent solutions discussed during the pandemic was conferencing and collaboration. InfoComm sessions will explore topics such as designing flexible collaboration spaces, clear audio for conferencing, hybrid workspaces done right and Bring Your Own Meeting (BYOM) systems.

InfoComm 2021 will also cover the AV solution least-impacted by Covid-19 – content, production and streaming. The InfoComm sessions will examine topics such as adding remote guests to livestreams and automatic speech recognition and caption delivery. InfoComm will also explore AV solutions for learning including K-12, higher education and corporate learning environments for remote learning or on campus. InfoComm sessions will also cover developing flexible institutional AV standards and automatic camera tracking for classrooms.

With live events impacted by the pandemic, in-person events have adapted to virtual experiences, which AVIXA believes will enhance future in-person events. InfoComm’s education sessions will explore creating events with virtual production and extended reality, content creation with generative media and gaming engines and immersive audio for multi-sensory experiences.

“It’s been two years since InfoComm held an in-person show,” said AVIVA senior VP of expositions and events, Rochelle Richardson. “The absence of that one week to gather to learn, network and celebrate the world of AV has been felt across the industry.”

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