TechDecisions travelled to New York City this week to check out the technology shown off at InfoComm Connections, an event put on by InfoComm International as a supplement to the renowned InfoComm tradeshow. This year’s event was collocated with Content and Communications World (CCW), held at the Javitz Center. InfoComm Connections is aimed at providing end users a way to meet with companies within the AV industry. As the event website puts it:
We realize that not everyone has the time or budget to attend InfoComm each year, so we decided to grab a slice of the big show and take it on the road for a two-day jam-packed event! InfoComm Connections is all about connecting AV professionals like you, to some of the top companies in the industry. We also offer technology managers and in-house AV pros two full days of focused education sessions on live events production, digital content creation, projection mapping, unified communications and collaboration and much more.
The show didn’t disappoint, providing technology and representatives to speak on that technology from over thirty companies to the end-user community in attendance. After speaking with the companies exhibiting at the show, it became clear that there was great benefits to setting up at the show. The companies expressed that InfoComm Connections provided an outlet to reach the end-users that are working with and monitoring technology in offices, schools, retail, healthcare and more. Many companies mentioned that the focus of the show allowed them to meet employees that aren’t normally able to attend the larger InfoComm shows.
For attendees, there was some great technology to see and learn about as well. While the show provided information about a number of AV solutions from different companies, it was the displays that stood out among the pack. From video walls, to collaboration suites, to presentation systems, InfoComm Connections showed us some great products. We’ve rounded up six of the coolest display solutions at InfoComm Connections.