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In the Eyes of a First Time Attendee at InfoComm 2024

As reported by Chris Grafton

Attending InfoComm 2024 in Las Vegas, NV was an incredible experience. InfoComm is the largest pro AV Trade Show in North America. It is a perfect opportunity to see new and exciting products, learn from education sessions, and a chance to network with manufacturers, distributors, consultants, and partners in the industry. The event presents itself with audio conferencing and collaboration, enterprise IT, live events, learning technologies, streaming, and digital signage.

Key Takeaways from the InfoComm 2024 Exhibit Hall

The exhibit hall consists of two separate halls, the central and west hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center. Over 30,000 people attended the conference from 125 different countries. The event hosted 833 exhibitors from across the AV industry.

There were countless manufacturers who supply LED displays and Video Walls. We were able to meet with all the key players, and representatives of each manufacturer. It is a great opportunity to meet our reps in person and grow our trusted relationships.

It was great to see most of our target vendors on the floor and learn about the latest and greatest products that they provide. We saw all different types of manufacturers from display, audio, control, and connectivity.

The exhibit hall is so large that is difficult to see everyone. We thank and appreciate the tours we received from the booths we visited.

Booths we had the opportunity to stop by and see:

⦁ Daktronics

⦁ Planar

⦁ Crestron

⦁ CS & A

⦁ LG

⦁ Legrand

⦁ Samsung

⦁ Almo

⦁ Wesco

⦁ Biamp

⦁ Shure

⦁ Panosonic

⦁ Neoti

⦁ Peerless

⦁ Blackbox

⦁ Flexclear

⦁ Ideum

⦁ Extron (Open House)

InfoComm 2024 Exhibitor

Outside of the Exhibit Hall

One of the advantages of having InfoComm take place in Las Vegas, is the city in general is the capital and mecca of Audio-Visual entertainment. Anywhere you go, you’re able to experience LED displays, video walls, and incredible sound.

Freemont Street

Freemont Street recently had a $32 million upgrade where you’re able to view an LED canopy screen that boasts 16.4 million pixels, is 1,375 feet long by 80 feet wide, and is suspended 90 feet above the pedestrian mall.

Freemont Street

The Sphere

The Sphere is a giant music and entertainment arena east of the Las Vegas Strip. It sits 366 feet high and 516 feet wide, spanning a total of 875,000 square feet. It seats 18,600 people with over 167,000 individually amplified loudspeakers where there are even speakers integrated into the seats. It cost $2.3 billion and 5 years to build. In my opinion, this was the most incredible experience of my life and what a time to be alive. The pictures do not do justice, and you really can’t put it into words how appealing the venue is. You’ve got to see it and experience it for yourself. You will not want to see live music or a show anywhere else after attending.

The Las Vegas Sphere

The Las Vegas Sphere

The Las Vegas Sphere

Networking Happy Hours and Dinners

Industry leaders also have the opportunity to attend evening happy hours and networking events with some of our trusted vendors. Daktronics invited the iSoft team to a happy hour on the rooftop of Circa Hotel. The team later ventured to Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse where we had a delicious meal.

Vic & Anthony's in Las Vegas


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