Enterprise buyers and technology managers from educational institutions, companies, and government from around the world will be attending InfoComm 08, a professional audiovisual tradeshow, June 18-20 in Las Vegas, Nev. Conference officials expect more than 32,000 attendees at this year’s show.
Digital signage will be one main focus of this year’s conference. Industry experts estimate that the technology is growing at a rate of 10 percent per month.
With nearly half of all corporate AV budgets being spent on digital signage and videoconferencing, InfoComm allows attendees to see an integrated display of these technologies, plus access to classes and manufacturers training.
“With more than one million digital signs expected to be found in North America by 2009, the financial services, government, education, retail, healthcare and transportation sectors are implementing digital signage to deliver information, live and on-demand video, and more to key audiences,” said Randal A. Lemke, executive director of InfoComm International.
“InfoComm 08 is the ideal place to see digital signage solutions, take classes from industry experts, and receive hands-on manufacturers training.”
InfoComm’s Digital Signage Pavilion will give technology managers and integrators of digital signage technology an opportunity to see companies presenting the latest in this rapidly expanding field. Experts in the digital signage field will be offering classes during the show, including a two-day Digital Signage Technology Summit.
The National Systems Contractors Association (NSCA), a nonprofit representing the commercial electronic systems industry, will offer more than 80 courses at InfoComm, ranging from certification review to project management classes.
InfoComm 08 is sponsored by Sony, Barco, Bosch, Crestron, Extron, Christie, TANDBERG, and Middle Atlantic Products.
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