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InfoComm 2023 Wows Attendees with Experiential Components and Grows in Attendance, Exhibitors and Square Footage

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ORLANDO, Fla. — InfoComm 2023, the audiovisual (AV) industry trade show produced by AVIXA, spanned 358,700 net square feet (nsf) at the Orange County Convention Center and featured new experiential components to wow attendees, such as showcasing esports, interactive art and virtual production.

The Unreal Ride, A Virtual Production Experience Presented by Vū, Unilumin, and MRMC allowed event attendees to experience a blend of the physical and digital world with a Jeep ride through newly created virtual worlds that were specifically designed for InfoComm 2023. 

In the Collaboration & Conferencing Zone, show exhibitors displayed tech that keeps colleagues connected, and collegiate esports teams competed on the show floor at InfoComm Esports Live. AVIXA also partnered with Moment Factory and Nanolumens to create three days of interactive experiences at the trade show including interactive displays that respond to movements and gestures.  

InfoComm saw its trade show floor grow by 64,200 nsf over 2022 and an increase of nearly 10,000 verified attendees. The show attracted 36,639 total registrants from the AV industry to the annual event. Of those registered, the show saw 29,325 verified attendees from 115 countries this year.

For the 2023 edition, international attendance made up 20% of all attendees and 37% of the total were first-time attendees. In total there were 700 exhibiting companies on this year’s show floor, which was up from 522 exhibitors in 2022. 

“There were so many highlights from the InfoComm 2023. If you ask 10 different attendees, you’ll surely get 10 different fantastic answers – innovative products and solutions, experiential components, education, integrated experience tours, and so much more,” said Rochelle Richardson, CEM, Senior Vice President of Expositions and Events, AVIXA.  

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At the ribbon-cutting ceremony opening the exhibition floor, digital signage reigned supreme, with an upbeat video displaying the InfoComm logo outside the hall doors. Professionals gathered with their own technology to catch the hype on video, with some livestreaming the opening. 

The event show floor was bustling with people learning about the newest tech and trends in the AV industry. There were more than 140 new exhibitors at the 2023 edition, including Blackwire Designs, Humly and Spaceti Ltd. Companies not only displayed their products and services, but also launched new ones, such as ListenTechnologies’ ListenWiFi and Snap One’s new Carbon Series of Strong mounts. 

Education and networking were large focuses at the show, with more than 100 educational sessions offered covering 11 different educational tracks, including audio, certification preparation, digital signage and design and integration. Workshops and Integrated Experience Tours, which took attendees behind the scenes at local AV installations, were also offered. More than 2,000 people participated in the continuing education that was offered, with 156 professionals earning their Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) certification at InfoComm. 

InfoComm 2024 will take place June 8-14 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. 

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