InfoComm 2018 wraps up
The Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association lowered the curtain on its first InfoComm show in North America as AVIXA.
The event kicked off with a record-setting TIDE conference and concluded with a trade show exhibition that attracted nearly 43,000 registered attendees, 10% more than the last time InfoComm was held in Las Vegas, in 2016.
“It was another fantastic week for a show and an industry that never stops innovating,” says Jason McGraw, CTS, CAE, Senior Vice President of Expositions, AVIXA.
“We continue to develop new offerings that celebrate and explore in-depth the many facets of technology experiences. Our exhibitors took the lead with solutions that continue to push the envelope of what AV can deliver, and our many subject-matter experts and thought leaders contributed to a program that gave all attendees the opportunity to think differently about the role audiovisual technology plays in people’s lives.”
InfoComm 2018 visitors hailed from all 50 United States and 108 countries; 20 percent of attendees were from outside the U.S. The show’s 964 exhibitors anchored a massive expo that spanned 550,000 net square feet of exhibits, demo rooms, and special events space, making it the biggest InfoComm ever. And in a sign of enthusiastic support from InfoComm exhibitors, 94 percent of this year’s exhibit space was rebooked for InfoComm 2019, a new record.
InfoComm 2019 will be held June 8-14, 2019, at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
To see the highlights, check out these videos Connected took on the show floor: