In addition to the exhibition area, an academic program will be offered to train and show the most outstanding advances in the audiovisual sector will participate in the InfoComm International, as well as KNX and Cedia, organizations that certify the intelligent control of residences and businesses, and the Association Digital Signage from Mexico, which develops standards for the professionalization of the digital signage.
In its sixth edition, Expo TecnoMultimedia InfoComm, that is held of the 10 to the 12 of August in the WTC city of Mexico, will seek to meet with its objective of achieve that the industry local of systems audiovisual, home automation, signaling digital and communications unified grow and is professionalize. Will be, besides the area of exhibition, with a program academic oriented to train and show them progress more highlights of the sector.
Within this academic program, in addition to InfoComm International, will participate KNX and Cedia, global organizations that certify the intelligent control of residences and businesses, and the Association Digital Signage from Mexico, which develops standards for the professionalization of digital signage, with lectures on professional audio and video systems, integration of systems, digital signage, home automation, wiring and unified communications and it infrastructure.
Las conferencias programadas durante el evento, estarán dirigidas por especialistas reconocidos en el sector, que compartirán su experiencia y conocimiento en las diferentes áreas de las industrias involucradas. Novotech abordará el tema de la creatividad en las instalaciones y el vídeo IP en directo para señalización digital; mientras que la ponencia de Convergencia Digital Signage tratará sobre los desafíos tecnológicos en los proyectos de digital signage en México y Latinoamérica.
KNX Association is creator and owner of the worldwide standard of the same name for the intelligent control of homes and buildings. More than 370 worldwide member companies offer about 7,000 kinds of KNX certified products in their catalog, covering many areas of application.
Meanwhile, Cedia, is the main authority in the industry of technology for the home, with more than 3,500 companies members around the world. Finally, Digital Signage is a global organization that has its section for Mexico and its objective is to professionalize, from technical standards, digital signage and be the referent of this industry in Latin America.
Training and certification
In addition to academic programs KNX and Cedia, those attending the Expo will have access to modules preparation for RAVT examination of InfoComm, which can prove knowledge of common vocabulary and audiovisual technology, as well as serving as a bridge for certification CTS (Certified Technology Specialist) InfoComm, accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI).
During the three-day event InfoComm five masterclasses on design, productivity and management of technology projects, including practical activities and a discussion board where experienced professionals give their view on relevant industry topics will be offered.
According to the organizers of TecnoMultimedia InfoComm, Mexico stands out as one of the most important venues for this fair, as the professional AV industry in Mexico has maintained a steady market growth, especially during the period from 2014 to 2016 with an increased 12 % to register a projected 1,284 million in 2016 value.
"We are confident that Expo TecnoMultimedia InfoComm is profiled to continue positioning itself as one of the most relevant for this industry events, and will achieve together in one forum to end users, as well as major manufacturers, distributors and integrators companies Industry audio and video, world leaders, "says Víctor Alarcón, Project Manager of TecnoMultimedia InfoComm.
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