InfoComm2013 Breaks Attendance Records, Highlights Latest in Visual Communications

InfoComm2013 in Orlando, FL, “took the crown” last week as the largest InfoComm ever with more than 25,126 attendees from over 110 countries, a new all-time record according to show organizers and an AV Technology report. This growth makes perfect sense as more and more businesses, educational facilities and government institutions are seeing the value in visually communicating with their customers, partners and employees. These entities, along with system integrators and resellers, attend InfoComm every year to check out the latest in audio visual technology to help them communicate, collaborate and connect with their target audiences.

Thousands of attendees stopped by our booth to check out a new line of interactive plasma displays, expanded LED display lineup and new outdoor-ready ultra-bright LCD display, as well as the industry’s brightest WUXGA single chip DLP™ projector*, new short-throw lamp-free projector and the first Panasonic interactive ultra-short throw projector. Other highlights included two 3D projection mapping demonstrations, interactive way-finding tools, Toughpad rugged tablets,  a new 4K 20-inch tablet, HD video production equipment, as well as a large video wall for digital signage.

Did you attend InfoComm 2013 this year? Let us know what the highlights were for you in the comments below. We look forward to seeing you at InfoComm2014 in Las Vegas, NV next June!

Check out the Panasonic ProAV Flickr page for more images from our booth at InfoComm2013.



1: As of January 2013