InfoComm Asia, 17 -19 November 2010, Hong Kong Technology Update for AV Professionals

InfoComm Asia 2010 - scheduled for 17-19 November in Hong Kong - will once again offer an invaluable platform for AV trade members to gather for three days of learning and networking.

Hong Kong, 7 October 2010) InfoComm Asia 2010 - scheduled for 17 -19 November in Hong Kong - will once again offer an invaluable platform for AV trade members to gather for three days of learning and networking. In addition to the largest showcase of latest pro AudioVisual systems in Asia by some 320 AV manufacturers and suppliers from 27 countries, InfoComm Asia 2010 will also feature a solid Summit program to facilitate sharing and discussion of technological developments, market trends and technical skills. The InfoComm Asia event serves to help raise the general standards of AV service and knowledge in the region.

There are two new components to the InfoComm Asia Summit this year. A two -day SynAudCon Workshop - a first -in -Asia program - has been specially put together to offer audio professionals practical, in -depth training on the principles of audio and acoustics. Participants will learn the most critical elements of the sound system design process, giving them more confidence in the systems they design. The Workshop, to be held on 16 & 17 November, is conducted by SynAudCon, a specialist audio training resource organization based in the United States. Attendance fees apply.
The other new component is the CTS® Prep Course, designed to help InfoComm members, as well as non -members, in their preparation for Technology Specialist credential. The three -day course, from 15 -17 November, will explore the testing process and format, and allow participants to work collaboratively on exam content areas with the help of facilitators. This is also a fee -based program.

The InfoComm Asia 2010 Summit will still offer its regular programs free of charge, viz. the InfoComm Academy Seminars on technical developments in specialty AV areas; Manufacturers' Presentations on their newest technologies or products; Industry Conferences on technology applications and market trends; and a Technical Site Visit to the ALiVE exhibition at the Hong Kong Science Park, for a behind -the -scenes appreciation of AV applications. An acronym for Applied Laboratory for Interactive Visualization and Embodiment, the ALiVE exhibition offers a unique occasion to experience nine spectacular immersive environments at the frontiers of art and science. It features ground -breaking innovations in panoramic 3D cinema, embodied architecture, games and animation, digital humanities, distributed media, interactive visualization and simulation.

On the InfoComm Asia 2010 exhibition floor, international AV brand leaders as well as emerging Asian manufacturers will showcase their latest products, many shown for the first time in Asia. In addition to well known exhibitors like AMX, beyerdynamic, Crestron, Christie Digital, Da -Lite, Danish Interpretation Systems, Digital Projection, dnp denmark, Draper, Extron, Jupiter Systems, Kramer, Lighthouse Technologies, projectiondesign, Sennheiser, Stewart Filmscreen, Vtron and Wolfvision, some 60 'new' exhibitors will make their first appearance in InfoComm Asia event this November. These include BrightSign, CES Audio, Coolux China, GestureTek, IML Asia, Lightware Visual Engineering, Meyer Sound Laboratories, Oray, ONELAN China, Vation China, Verrex Corporation and ZTE.

Admission to the exhibition is free, for trade and professional end -users only. Registration is required. To register, or find out more, please visit www.infocomm

InfoCommAsia Pte Ltd is dedicated to delivering professionally organized exhibitions and events exclusively for the pro AV and systems integration industry in Asia. It is a joint venture between InfoComm International®, organizers of InfoComm, the world leading event for the audiovisual industry and MP Asia Pte Ltd, a founding partner of WEO, a regional network of professional event organizers committed to supporting fellow industry players.

InfoCommAsia events bring together global solutions and world class technology, provide access to Asia's diverse and thriving markets, and deliver expert knowledge to industry practitioners and manufacturers. Besides staging cutting -edge showcases, every InfoCommAsia event promises invaluable education and training, expert presentations, live pavilions and exciting networking opportunities, providing new age marketing opportunities for the global AV industry.

InfoComm International® is the international trade association of the professional audiovisual and information communications industries. Established in 1939, InfoComm's 5,000 members including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, independent consultants, programmers, rental and staging companies, end -users and multimedia professionals from more than 80 countries. InfoComm International® is the leading resource for AV market research and news. Its training and education programs, along with its separately administered Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) and corporately administered Certified Audiovisual Solutions Provider (CAVSP) credentials, set a standard of excellence for AV professionals. InfoComm International is the founder of InfoComm, the largest annual conference and exhibition for AV buyers and sellers worldwide. InfoComm also co -sponsors the Integrated Systems show in Europe and Russia and the InfoCommAsia shows InfoComm China, InfoComm India and InfoComm Asia.

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