How To Get The Most Out of InfoComm 2013
With InfoComm 2013 just a few days away (Conference: June 8-14, Exhibits: June 12-14), we wanted to pass along some tips that might help you get the most out of the show, whether of not you’re physically attending.
This year’s Opening Keynote features Jeremy Gutsche, frequently billed as “…one of the most sought-after keynote speakers on the planet, well-regarded as the top trend-spotter in the world…” He is scheduled to deliver the technology keynote at InfoComm 2013 in Orlando on June 11, 2013.
Gutsche’s ability to spot trends and create innovation out of chaos will undoubtedly inspire the consultants, dealers, integrators, etc. who make up two-thirds of the 35,000 professionals attending InfoComm. And the 11,900 technology managers, IT staff, and end users will likely come away ready to embrace innovation over the following three days.
If you can’t be at the Orange County Convention Center’s Chapin Theater at 4 p.m. on June 11, be sure to check out the keynote on InfoCommTV News.
InfoComm 2013 Mobile App
Get real-time updates of schedule changes, find exhibitors, and see show maps, download the free InfoComm 2013 mobile app. Either scan the QR code at left, search “InfoComm 2013” in the App Store or Google Play, or go to m.core-apps.com/ infocomm13 in your mobile browser.
InfoCommTV News keeps you up-to-date directly from the show floor June 12-14, getting the scoop on everything you should know. Whether you’re at the show or not, you can Bring yourself up to speed at any time by tuning in to get details about the most advanced technology, business news and product launches.
How to Plan The Perfect InfoComm
With only three days to take in the show, anything you can do to plan will make your show experience all the more beneficial. Here are three tracks you can take for live events, education and corporate AV.
The Perfect InfoComm for Live Events
The Perfect InfoComm for Education AV
The Perfect InfoComm for Corporate AV
InfoComm organizers have taken the most popular product categories and created pavilions where you can easily find technology, demos and solutions in one location.
The Unified Collaborative Conferencing Pavilion showcases all the latest conferencing and collaboration products, from mobile conferencing to full-blown telepresence.
The Digital Signage Pavilion (Booth 5589) is really three exhibits under one roof:
- See what’s new in digital signage from all the leading manufacturers.
- Get case studies, strategy presentations and manufacturers’ training on the newest solutions at the Digital Signage Presentation Stage (Click here for schedule).
- Meet some of the leading content providers in the Digital Signage Content Creation Zone.
The Lighting & Staging Pavilion has everything from the latest digital controllers and sustainable LED lighting systems, to live rigging and staging demos.
Check out the Technologies for Worship Pavilion (Booth 6181) to see demonstrations of products for modern houses of worship and experience live performances on the pavilion’s popular Quiet Stage.
New this year, Tech Zone Pavilions are smaller exhibit areas designed to introduce you to new products and services in security, education technology, and digital signage content creation.
The Crestron Services Provider Pavilion (Booth 2920) gives you insight into the increasingly complex world of system design and integration for the today’s smart buildings, while enabling end users to easily navigate the system from a single intuitive interface.
Production Camera Showcase (Booth 6271) gets you hands-on with the latest video cameras. Take part in an interactive workflow, and learn best practices in post-production using dynamic video feeds from the showcase stage.