Asia and Oceania
InfoComm China wrapped up this month to great success. Overall show attendance was up 15 percent despite economic slowdown. The Summit programs reported 34 percent more attendees than last year, with close to 4,000 delegates participating in 40 education sessions.
One of the most popular Summit topics was the integration of IOT and data into smart cities. This demonstrates our community’s eagerness to learn how connectivity drives urban development and the immense opportunities this brings to AV professionals.
InfoComm China 2017 is scheduled for 12-14 April.
AV Market in Indian Sub-Continent to Hit US$5.4 Billion by Year End
Following the continued expansion over the last few years, the audiovisual market in the Indian Sub-Continent is projected to reach US$5.4 billion by the end of 2016, according to a recent InfoComm Market Definition and Strategy Study for India. The primary driver of the predicted growth is the rapid digital transformation and smart urbanization in India.
This positive outlook is great news for regional professionals in AV and information and communication technology. It also signals a demand for broader education and training in the territory.
AV Installation Skills Day Coming to Sydney
Join InfoComm International® for a full day of training on essential AV installation skills, tools and techniques in Sydney on 29 June 2016.
The AV Installation Skills Day is ideal for AV professionals who would like to gain deeper technical knowledge or prepare for their CTS — General exam. Course curriculum includes an introduction to cable and wire, cable termination and pulling, loudspeaker impedance, and other installation tasks on the job site.
Cost for members is AU$200 including GST. For details or to register, please contact Jason York at firstname.lastname@example.org or +61 (0) 2 8206 0979.
Asia’s First InfoComm on Campus Confirmed for 24 May in Hong Kong
InfoComm International has partnered with the University of Hong Kong to bring the InfoComm on Campus series to Asia.
The one-day program is ideal for professionals who interact with classroom audiovisual technology, including AV technology and IT managers, facility managers, as well as academics and teachers interested in integrating AV technology to enhance student learning.
Speakers will include professors Susan Bridges and Ricky Kwok; Zane Au, CTS-D, Director, Shen Milsom & Wilke; and Terry Coe, Manager, Teaching Infrastructure Services, University of Western Australia.
Integrate 2016: Registrations Open
Registrations are now open for Integrate 2016, which returns to Sydney from 23 to 25 Aug. 2016. As the partner of Integrate, InfoComm International will be hosting again an exciting InfoComm Education Program during the trade event.
You will have the opportunity to attend InfoComm University™ seminars, learn about hot AV topics in free InfoComm FlashTrack sessions, join us at the daily Explore the Floor session for tips on how to make the best out of your trade show visit, and come together with fellow AV professionals at the Women of InfoComm Network (WIN) breakfast.
Make sure to register and attend the InfoComm Education program onsite to learn core skills, competencies and InfoComm standards that you can apply in your AV projects.
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