|InfoComm China 2012 -- Audio/Visual Eq., Computers/Peripherals, Security/Safety Eq., Telecommunications Eq., Telecommunications Services|
Previously known as Integrated Systems China, InfoComm China 2012 is the 7th in the series of dedicated Pro AV tradeshows organized by InfoCommAsia Pte Ltd for the China market. After four years in Shanghai, the event moved to Beijing in 2007 and gained more support from the international AV community. The 2007 event grew 200% in size over that in 2006, and also won the support of Ministry of Science and Technology. The Show drew a total of 8,525 visitors, 90% of whom were service providers including systems integrators, distributors and dealers, value-added resellers, and rental and staging contractors.
InfoComm China 2009 continued on this growth path, with the number of exhibitors growing by 23% and attendees increasing by 13% from 8,525 in 2007 to 9,669 in 2009. InfoComm China 2011 was the biggest InfoComm event ever staged in Asia and visitor attendance was also at its highest ever. A total of 10,728 visitors attended the show, an increase of 16% over 2009 and the highest number ever achieved at an InfoComm show in China. The InfoComm China Summit, which encompasses InfoComm Academy Seminars, Manufacturers' Presentations, Industry Conferences and Technical Site Visits, was attended by 797 delegates.
InfoComm China 2011 occupied three of the four halls available at the China National Convention Centre, and the organizer has announced that they will be taking all four halls when it returns to Beijing from April 11-13, 2012, in order to cater to demand for bigger booths from current exhibitors as well as bookings from new exhibitors, many of whom could not secure space at the 2011 event as the show was completely sold out.
Visitors can expect to see the latest AV technology, applied in diverse industries e.g. digital signage and video walls used in retail malls and transit halls; sound, visual and data integration systems for command and control centers in transportation, defense and security; interactive e-boards for classrooms and training centers; collaborative conferencing equipment and fittings for corporate boardrooms; multiple screen presentation systems, complete with state-of-the-art sound and lighting effects for fixed installation and staged events.
|Graylin Presbury, Trade Event Programs|
Senior International Trade Specialist
|Liting Bao, Beijing|
|Richard Tan, InfoCommAsia Pte Ltd|
Phone: 65 62386478
|Meredith Hoydilla, InfoComm International|