With well over 900 exhibitors on the trade show floor at InfoComm 2019 at the Orange Country Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., attendees have a lot of ground to cover during the June 12-15 exhibit hall hours. While every individual attendee likely has unique goals and plans, almost all will want to visit the 10 biggest booths at InfoComm 2019.
Let’s be very clear – Commercial Integrator recommends that InfoComm 2019 attendees spend just as much time visiting the smallest exhibitors as the largest ones. Very often the most innovative and forward-thinking solutions are found in the far corners of the InfoComm show floor.
That being said, virtually every InfoComm attendee wants to experience what the largest exhibitor have going on in their booths. Commercial Integrator asked AVIXA for a list, as of post time, of the 10 largest exhibitors at InfoComm 2019. Here’s our rundown of the 10 biggest booths:
Blackmagic Design, Booth 4001
InfoComm 2019 are pretty much guaranteed a unique experience when walking through Blackmagic’s exhibit, which will be filled with broadcast-related technologies that it’s targeting at the integration community.
Christie Digital, Booth 2543
Even if you tried, you wouldn’t be able to ignore Christie Digital at a trade show. At InfoComm its large booth is usually built to generate attention with unique video walls and dynamic projection art. This year, of course, Christie will highlight its Christie MicroTiles LED, which it unveiled at Integrated Systems Europe 2019.
Crestron Electronics, Booth 1800
When you’re in a lot of product categories, you sort of have to have a large booth. One thing we like about Crestron’s traditional InfoComm booth setup is that it’s structured almost like a walking tour through its many category offerings. This year it’s likely to include a focus on Crestron DM NVX with Pixel Perfect Processing.
Epson, Booth 2129
Known for its business solutions, Epson does a nice job of breaking out of that box with eye-catching InfoComm exhibit designs. You’ll see laser projection and a whole lot more.
Legrand, Booth 2500
After the acquisition of Milestone it became very clear why it was important for Legrand to have a massive exhibit space at InfoComm. Those video wall mounts take up a lot of space!
LG, Booth 2525
Some might say that LG earned the most buzz at last year’s InfoComm with its transparent color LED offerings, among other highlights. It will be interesting to see if LG can get InfoComm 2019 attendees talking as well.
NEC Display Solutions, Booth 1600
Last year NEC embraced an application-based exhibit. Interested in unified communication & collaboration, go here. Interested in video walls for mission-critical command and control rooms, right this way! It’ll be interesting to see how its InfoComm 2019 space is designed.
Panasonic, Booth 1300
While you don’t necessarily need a large booth to showcase what Panasonic calls the “world’s smallest and lightest” portable LCD laser projectors, the prolific manufacturer has a lot of products across many categories to fill its large InfoComm 2019 footprint.
Samsung, Booth 2043
Now well-established as the parent company of Harman, there are myriad reasons to visit with Samsung at InfoComm 2019. The global manufacturer frequently draws folks in with a jaw-droppingly-large video wall.
Sony, Booth 2200
I think a lot of people are excited to visit with Sony at InfoComm 2019. It’s been in the news that Sony recently deployed a 63-foot-by-17-foot 16K video, and it will be interesting to see how/if they decide to showcase that on the show floor.
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