Orlando, FL, USA — InfoComm 2015, the annual conference and exhibition for professional audiovisual buyers and sellers worldwide, held June 13-19 in Orlando was visited by 39,105 professionals attending from more than 108 countries. This represents a 5.6 percent increase in attendance over InfoComm 2015.
InfoComm is the ideal place to make AV purchasing decisions, connect with contacts and learn principles that will boost your effectiveness,” said David Labuskes, CTS, RCDD, Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International. “The industry strongly supports the InfoComm show, and we are grateful for the attendee support and for the innovative exhibitors who are committed to making InfoComm a can’t-miss event on the industry calendar.”
Industry Training Soars
More than 5,600 seats were filled at InfoComm University sessions, which provided practical training and attracted the industry’s best and brightest instructors and students. More than 200 professionals sought out the new advanced class series. Attendees come to InfoComm for the diversity of courses on topics ranging from acoustics to videoconferencing. Popular courses included Future Trends, Large Scale Projection Mapping, How to Build an App and Designing Classrooms that Deliver Exceptional Experiences. Technology managers flocked to InfoComm’s Solutions Summits on UCC and Digital Signage, attracting more than 1,300 seats sold.
Exposition Shines With the Latest Technology
There were 950 exhibitors participating at InfoComm this year. Exhibitors occupied a record 515,000 net square feet of exhibit and special events space.
InfoComm 2015 was sponsored by presenting show partner, Samsung, strategic show partners Crestron and Microsoft, and supporting show partners Aurora, Christie and Panasonic.
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