But if you cannot travel to InfoComm 04, ICIA offers a number of web-based as well as hands-on courses for individuals looking to begin or advance their careers in the audiovisual industry.
The event will bring together representatives from TV and cable networks, government agencies, satellite and cable providers, retailers, distributors, TV brands, TV OEMs, panel/tube/engine manufacturers and IC manufacturers.
Solutions for the home" e/home 2004 - international trade fair and congress - from 1 to 3 September on the Berlin Exhibition Grounds.
HomeToys Special News Report ISE 2004
The Integrated Systems Europe at PALEXPO from 3rd to 5th February 2004 was a great success - 120 exhibitors from 22 countries and 3,489 attendees from over 80 countries.
The April event this year will receive yet more focus on service deployment and provisioning in the industry, but importantly will also include a focus on the construction industry. Four of the leading UK property developers will be speaking at the event, and offering their views on the different types of connected home project they have been undertaking
HomeToys Special News Report CES 2004
Clearly, CEDIA offers something for everyone in outfitting a home with the latest in entertainment gear. You will be seeing flat panel TVs in more and more settings in the home. And they will increasingly be HD compatible.
Special Show News Report for Cedia Expo 2003
Below is a summary of the sessions at CONNECTIONS™: The Digital Home Conference and Showcase and is meant to provide an overview of each session. Reprinted with Permission
CONNECTIONS™ would like to extend a Texas-sized "thank you" to the more than 50 exhibiting sponsors, two supporting organizations, and 24 supporting publications for their participation in and support of what has become the industry's largest, most important and focused executive conference and trade show for the home networking and residential gateway industries. We'll expect many happy returns in 2003, when CONNECTIONS™ will convene for the seventh consecutive year!
Market studies still point to huge growth over the next few years but I feel that the honeymoon is over and it's time to offer some real value to consumers in order to bring them onboard. Once you experience a broadband connection you can never go back. If ever there was a "hook" to grab consumers and hold their attention ... this is it.
"many presenters are looking beyond the technological breakthroughs, problems with standards etc. and have moved forward with plans for content. This will draw consumers across the market "Chasm" and into the mass market frenzy ..."
These are the results of a survey carried out at Comdex Fall 99. If you have Internet Explorer 5 you can view the results as a PowerPoint presentation by clicking here (Note: The presentation may cause problems with browsers other than IE5).
From the announcements that came from Forum'99, it is evident that the excitement is only just beginning to build. Technical advances are only one part of the key to unlocking the vast potential this market holds, however. The overreaching message proclaimed by most speakers - and attendees - is a better understanding of the needs and desires of the 21st century consumer.
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