InfoComm 2005 Heats Up Las Vegas With AV Solutions

InfoComm 2005 photoInfoComm 2005, the largest conference and exhibition for the AV communications and systems integration industry, is going to be even bigger this year with more than 700 exhibitors and 25,000 expected attendees. This year’s event, which will be held June 4-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, features the latest in audio systems conferencing, control systems, digital signage display, multimedia, presentation, staging and video technologies. Educational attendance for this year’s conference is also expected to be up as more faculty and staff take advantage of InfoComm Academy courses as well as the other education and certification programs provided by the International Communications Industries Association, founder of InfoComm. In addition, the conference offers attendees an institute for professional development, hundreds of seminars and workshops that provide hands-on training, as well as the opportunity to take general certification tests.

From June 8-10, education professionals can also attend EduComm. Held in conjunction with InfoComm, EduComm 2005 open its doors to AV, IT and multimedia professionals, as well as to academic computing managers, ed tech specialists and others seeking information about the latest AV and interactivetechnologies being used in schools. The conference also features a full lineup of K-12 and higher education sessions.

For details on either conference, visit http://infocomm05.exp'exchange.com.

This article originally appeared in the 05/01/2005 issue of THE Journal.

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