InfoComm 2016 Registration Opens, Will Showcase the Internet of Things


The Internet of Things will make its presence felt at InfoComm 2016, June 4-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center and Westgate Las Vegas Resort and Casino. Show organizers expect nearly 1,000 exhibitors, occupying more than 500,000 net square feet of show space, making it the largest AV tradeshow in North America. InfoComm 2016 builds […]

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InfoComm Breaks All-Time Attendance Record


Last week’s InfoComm 2014 in Las Vegas was visited by 37,048 attendees from more than 114 countries and this represents a 5.5 percent increase in attendance over InfoComm 2013 that was in Orlando, Fla. We had more than 25 reporters there and covered the show with over 1,300 videos, some 200 or so news stories […]

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InfoComm Intros InfoComm Connections: Regional Trade Shows for In-House Pros and Purchasers


InfoComm plans to host a new series of two-day trade shows aimed at technology managers, in-house technical staff, institutional buyers and end-users. InfoComm Connections will debut in Philadelphia, October 22-23, 2014 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, and will feature a combination of exhibits, speakers, industry training and networking opportunities. “InfoComm Connections will feature a sampling […]

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Free ISE Education Vouchers for All: InfoComm Celebrates 75th Anniversary


For the first time this year, InfoComm International is offering free and discounted InfoComm University training at Integrated Systems Europe. All ISE 2014 attendees will receive a voucher for two free InfoComm Professional Development courses, plus the opportunity to purchase additional course vouchers at a discounted rate. “InfoComm has taken this unprecedented step of offering […]

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rAVe Europe Editor Bob Snyder Delivers InfoComm MEA Seminar: I Will Survive IT in 2015


As part of the InfoComm University Seminars, rAVe Europe’s Bob Snyder will present the seminar “I Will Survive IT in 2015.” How will the AV/IT systems integration world look in 2015? If you think the commercial road ahead will be straight, it won’t be. Technology shifts are now carving out the big curves ahead. You […]

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InfoComm: Using a Work Breakdown Structure


This article is reprinted with permission from InfoComm International and originally appeared here. This is the eighth in an ongoing series of organizational project management articles by InfoComm University senior instructor Brad Malone. To read the seventh installment, “Creating Common Sense, Communicating Assumptions and Risks,” click here. In the 1950s, the U.S. Department of Defense […]

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AV Sales: Building Relationships and Managing Expectations


This is the fourth in an ongoing series of project management articles by InfoComm University™ instructor Brad Malone. To read the third installment, about shared values and ethics, click here. Many of the AV integration companies I’ve worked with have employed a range of sales strategies and styles. But overall, their approaches come down to […]

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