Friday, June 17, 2005

InfoComm 2005 shows strong demand for digital signage

From HiddenWires:

"Reflecting strong demand for AV communications technologies in business, education and government as well as retail, healthcare, entertainment, worship and residential markets, attendance at the end of the first day of the exhibition exceeded total attendance in 2004 by 10.2 percent, with 25,240 preliminary registrations for 2005, compared to 22,894 total registrations in 2004. AV professionals from more than 80 countries attended to see the latest technologies in display, projection, audio, collaborative conferencing, control and networking applications.

"'InfoComm 05 mirrors the fast pace of innovations and growth in the AV communications industry,' said Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., ICIA Executive Director. 'We introduced new courses and exhibitors this year to address the demand for digital signage, presentations technologies and the residential market as well as audio, collaborative conferencing, streaming media and lighting and staging.'"

Read the whole article here.

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