InfoComm MEA to Become Standalone Show in 2016
Demonstrating the strong growth in the Middle East’s audiovisual technology market, InfoComm MEA’s organizers have announced it will beco...
Demonstrating the strong growth in the Middle East’s audiovisual technology market, InfoComm MEA’s organizers have announced it will become a stand-alone show in 2016.
The Middle East’s audiovisual market is set to reach USD 2.76 billion by 2016, up 76 percent from 2012, driven by GCC megaprojects and increasing demand for screens, audio, lighting, and control systems in Smart Cities, hospitality, retail, transportation, and entertainment sectors.
InfoComm MEA 2016, the region’s leading audiovisual event, will be held from 6-8 December 2016 at the Dubai World Trade Centre. InfoComm MEA 2016 will continue to be jointly organised by InfoCommAsia and the Dubai World Trade Centre, and promoted with the deep involvement and support from the GITEX Technology Week marketing team.
For the first time, the Digital Signage Summit will be co-located at InfoComm MEA, bringing a stronger focus on digital signage’s uses in retail, hospitality, transportation, and Digital Out of Home. Organised by Invidis Consulting, the Digital Signage Summit is set to deliver an increased number of attendees and media to InfoComm MEA.
“The Middle East and Africa are early adopters of audiovisual technology, and InfoComm MEA will be a standalone show in 2016 to foster growing audiovisual business ties in the region. The event aims to capture the full attention of visitors, and as a result, exhibitors will be able to spend more quality time with visitors, and attract more end-user visitors,” said Richard Tan, Executive Director, InfoCommAsia
InfoComm MEA 2015, held under the theme of “Digital Interconnect for Peak Performance,” hosted more than 200 manufacturers and suppliers from 30 countries, increasing from over 184 companies in 2014. Total visitors were up 3 percent to 14,659, despite the show closing two hours earlier.