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A record 1,000 exhibitors, including 211 new exhibitors, filled the Las Vegas Convention Center June 8-10 for InfoComm 2016, occupying 527,105 net square feet of exhibit and special events space — also a show record. Attendees registered for more than 12,000 seats at InfoComm University sessions throughout the week, more than double the number engaged in training and education in 2015.
Bogen Communications will be introducing several new products at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas, NV, including a full line of sound contractor-grade Class-D based paging and intercom amplifiers; a pair of new Apogee high-performance pro-audio amplifiers, one of which includes an integrated DSP module; and a state-of-the-art, self-contained, 6-zone music and paging system.
BICSI, the association advancing the information and communications technology (ICT) community, has partnered with InfoComm International to release a brand new online course focusing on category cable and AV.
InfoComm has published a white paper on a very timely topic: Pro AV and its relationship to the Internet of Things.
InfoComm International announces the launch of a new conference program created to explore the role of the Internet of Things in professional audiovisual solutions. IoT Insights will debut May 9 at the Marriott Santa Clara, in Santa Clara, Calif.
Recently Focus21 Visual Communications, an engineering company specialising in the integration and servicing of audiovisual and videoconferencing systems in the U.K., earned the distinction of being the first U.K.-based company to hold the AV Provider of Excellence status, a recognition program to show high quality service to customers.
The Internet of Things will make its presence felt at InfoComm 2016, June 4-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino. Show organizers expect nearly 1,000 exhibitors, occupying more than 500,000 net square feet of show space, making it the largest AV tradeshow in North America. InfoComm 2016 builds on last year’s record attendance, with attendees from all 50 United States and more than 100 countries around the world.
InfoComm membership in Europe has grown 17 percent in the past year. To underscore its commitment to the dynamic European market and create programs that benefit the industry, InfoComm recently announced partnerships with four European companies.
At Integrated Systems Europe 2016, InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry worldwide, announced plans to partner with COMM-TEC to increase the number of trained and tested AV professionals throughout German-speaking Europe.
InfoComm International has announced the publication of a new audiovisual standard, Cable Labeling for Audiovisual Systems (CLAS). The new standard defines requirements for labeling cables used in installed AV systems and provides guidance for the easy identification of all power and signal paths in a completed system. Proper cable labeling aids in the operation, support, maintenance and troubleshooting of AV systems.