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The Friday Five: June 26, 2015

Last week was InfoComm 2015, the largest American trade show for the audiovisual industry. On the off chance you, loyal reader, were not one of the nearly 40,000 people who descended upon Orlando, FL to take part in the mega AV/IT/UCC show, here,Aeos a Friday Five Pack of InfoComm 2015 posts.
Is WOW the Right Word? The Lack of Innovation at InfoComm 2015
Dan Newman, an independent marketing/strategy consultant for several integration firms and manufacturers throughout the industry offers his less-than-sunny position on this year,Aeos InfoComm. Though there was record attendance, incredible engagement and usable technology to fill needs, Newman decided to focus on what wasn,Aeot there.-* There are also some very well thought out and well written comments in response to this article offering the other side of the coin for Newman,Aeos claims; including one from AVNation.tv,Aeos own Michael Shinn. I will, however, concede to Newman his point on the adoption of drones in corporate AV. I just don,Aeot see it.
Read More at Commercial Integrator
Joining Forces: What to Make of InfoComm15,Aeos Blockbuster Alliances
Last year, shortly before InfoComm 2014, Harman International announced their acquisition of AMX, a switching and control giant in the industry, allowing them to expand their brand and increase their presence in the commercial AV industry. This year there were three key acquisitions/partnerships that happened during the InfoComm season (it,Aeos like Christmas, so it gets its own season). I won,Aeot spoil which acquisitions were made and which partnerships developed but my money is on the fact that you probably know one already.
Read More at AVNetwork.com
Look Inside Digital Signage,Aeos Velvet Revolution at InfoComm 2015
George Tucker offers his thoughts on the shifting power of the inhabitants of InfoComm 2015,Aeos Digital Signage Pavilion. From displays to software and remote management suites encompassing IoT and streaming, this year,Aeos digital signage offerings were a marked step up from previous years at InfoComm. Mercifully, more and more places I frequent are starting to see the benefit of digital signage and it is now more prevalent than it has ever been. Take a look and understand why this is a vertical market poised for explosion and rapid adoption.
Read More at Commercial Integrator
Projection,Aeos New Gig
There,Aeos a lot of talk within the industry (and even on AVCrossTalk), about projection vs. large format displays. Where the industry will wind up in a few years who knows for sure, but right now many feel projection has run its course for the average end-user. That may be true. One thing that was clear from this year,Aeos InfoComm was that projection is a long ways from being completely dead. From massive 4k projectors, the continued evolution of laser projectors and some pretty impressive projector mapping solutions, there was plenty to be excited about on the projection front.
Read More at AVNetwork.com
Record Breaking InfoComm 2015 By the Numbers
In case you didn,Aeot hear, this year InfoComm set another attendance record. 39,105 people were foolish-*brave enough to bear the sweltering Orlando, FL heat to seek out the best the audiovisual industry has to offer. Craig McCormack, Commercial Integrator’s Editor-at-Large, breaks down the numbers so you don,Aeot have to. Take a deeper dive into some of the numbers represented including the 5.6% increase in attendance over last year. I,Aeom already queuing up my ,AeuInfoComm 2016 sets attendance record,Aeu post for next year, just need to sub in some numbers.
Read More at Commercial Integrator
What were YOUR favorite things you saw at InfoComm 2015? See you in Las Vegas in 2016!

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