imgFairfax, VA (February 21, 2014)—More than 950 companies are expected to show their products at this year’s InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas, NV, on June 18 to 20 at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

More than 36,000 professionals are expected to attend this year’s convention to see the 10,000-plus technology products on display. InfoComm offers technology solutions to a broad spectrum of market sectors, including business, government, military, education, worship, healthcare, hospitality, retail and entertainment.

Attendees will hear audio brands in demo rooms and on the show floor, get connected with collaborative conferencing in the Unified Communications and Collaboration Pavilion, see the latest in signs at the Digital Signage Pavilion and experience the latest in illumination and production in the Lighting and Staging Pavilion. The Technologies for Worship Pavilion will feature the latest AV technology applied for House of Worship staff and volunteers, while the new Security Pavilion will feature the latest technology solutions.

Beyond the show floor, AV Technology Tours will allow attendees to see installed AV projects in action and networking activities will bring everyone together, allowing for the development of meaningful conversations and relationships.

This year InfoComm will feature a Solutions Summit that begins pre-show and offers related sessions available throughout the week. There will be Digital Signage and UCC tracks, with the flexibility to move amongst sessions.  In addition, InfoComm International, the trade association representing the commercial audiovisual industry will be marking its 75th anniversary this year with an awards dinner.

"The AV industry continues to grow each year," said InfoComm Executive Director and CEO David Labuskes, CTS, RCDD.  "Demand for AV technology, including control systems, conferencing, digital signage and networked audio, has increased dramatically in the built environment. Audiences expect to be amazed at live events. This interest has resulted in a thriving show, and I'm certain that InfoComm 2014 attendees will experience technologies that they haven't seen anywhere else."

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