Beijing InfoComm China 2019 Brings The Future Closer

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The 11th Edition of Beijing InfoComm China will be held at the familiar China National Convention Center in Beijing, China, rescheduled to 17 to 19 July 2019.

Burnishing its position as a comprehensive Professional AudioVisual (pro-AV) and Integrated Experience show in Asia Pacific, this year’s edition will rise to the next level with the presentation of many future-ready and innovative pro-AV and integrated experience solutions from local and international providers.

Many of whom will be launching their products and solutions for the first time in the region.

New Schedule
Come July, Beijing InfoComm China 2019 will be a sold-out show of new and innovative Pro-AV and Integrated Experience technologies. This is despite the change of dates as venue provider CNCC is unable to house the annual Show in the usual mid-April period, due to unforeseen circumstances.

New Schedule at a Glance
17 July 2019 (Wednesday): 9:30am – 5pm
18 July 2019 (Thursday): 9am – 5pm
19 July 2019 (Friday): 9am – 4pm

Surpassing last year’s count with over 400 exhibitors
Over the years, Beijing InfoComm China has established its reputation in China and in the Asia-Pacific region as the show that provides knowledge and future perspectives on the development of relevant technological trends and their impact on the future of work, life and play.

An increasing number of pro-AV industry leaders, professionals, practitioners, researchers and thought leaders are including the Beijing show on their list of must-attend events.

It therefore comes as no surprise that the response to this year’s exhibition has been very encouraging, breaking new ground in terms of the numbers of exhibitors, new innovations and product launches. With just over three months to the show, the more than 400 confirmed exhibitors have already surpassed last year’s count. Visitors can look forward to a vibrant show floor, with much to explore and excite the forward-thinking entrepreneurs and strategist across every industry.

Asia Market: 36% of the global pro-AV market
According to the 2018 AV Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis Global Summary, released by AVIXA, the pro-AV industry is estimated to grow from US$186 billion in 2018 to US$230 billion by 2023.

Asia is projected to take the largest market share, capturing 36% of the global pro-AV market by 2023.

Growth drivers include audio technology advances, IoT for smart buildings, cloud technology and AI.

Increasingly, more pro-AV technologies, products and storage, process and display solutions are integrated across different applications. Solution providers are able to tap new business opportunities by offering bundled solutions for conferencing and collaboration, learning, live events, digital signage, security and surveillance, and performance and entertainment.

“The pro-AV industry is continuously evolving as technological trends drive AV convergence in the live, work and play environment, a trend in which AV applications are integrated into the enterprise,” said Richard Tan, Executive Director of InfoCommAsia.

“Beijing InfoComm China is an ideal platform to support AV solution providers capitalising on growth opportunities arising from increase demand for AV experiences anytime, anywhere.”

China: A global leading innovation superpower
The impact of Chinese innovations on global technological trends and business models is increasingly more visible. Chinese companies are setting global trends in technology products such as supercomputers, technology-enabled transportation, digital payments and AI.

Game-changing technologies such as IoT, AI, big data and AR/AR are transforming the AV industry.

China is increasingly a testbed of AV innovations that are being developed to integrate AV applications seamlessly with enterprise information communications and management systems.

By facilitating the convergence of systems integrators, solution providers, end-users and thought leaders, Beijing InfoComm China is an effective platform for future-focused business leaders and decision-makers to discover both Chinese and foreign pro-AV and Integrated Experience solutions and knowledge.

A platform to showcase the world’s leading brands
Beijing InfoComm China 2019 will continue to see product and service innovations of many leading global brands and solution providers.

Global brands include Creston Electronics, Canon (China), Intel, Sony and Epson, while local companies include Shenzhen Absen Optoelectronics, Shenzhen AOTO Electronics, Guangzhou CREATOR Technology and Leyard Optoelectronic.

Additionally, many exhibitors will be returning to launch their new products to Asian markets. More than 100 new-to-Asia and new-to-China products are expected to be launched at the show, fortifying its reputation as the conduit to the Asian market. Visitors will be spoilt with much to see and ideas to explore every which way they turn.

Meanwhile, an integral part of Beijing InfoComm China, the Summit runs for three days. It complements the exposition of hardware and technology on the exhibition floor by providing the underpinning knowledge and insights into systems, solutions and technological trends across various industries.

An exciting host of interactive and intensive presentations and discussions on a wide range of issues has been organised under various Summit platforms, namely InfoCommAsia University Seminars, Industry Forums, Technology Forums and Digital Signage Asia Forum.

In keeping with the successful formula of previous Summits, it will work with leading trade and industry associations and publications to organise forums and seminars, ensuring that presentations and discussions address relevant current and future issues that will impact the industry.

These include Digital Solutions Multimedia Asia, Guangdong New Intelligent City Construction Service Center, China Hotel Association Wisdom and China InfoWorld.

The Summit continues to attract industry thought leaders and academic luminaries to present their expertise and insights on key issues and trends. Keynote speakers this year include:

  • Kane Zhang, Senior Applications Engineer (Asia Pacific) of Biamp Systems
  • Sam Zhao, System Applications Engineer (Greater China) of Media Networking Alliance
  • Daniel Feng, CEO of Sentiment HIFI
  • Leo Li, Founder and CTO of DigiBird Technology Co., Ltd.

Online pre-registration
Admission to Beijing InfoComm China 2019 and all its Summit sessions are free. Visitors can pre-register their interest to visit the show, and check out the complete Summit program along with the latest updates, at the show’s official websites infocomm-china.com or ifcshow.com.