Peru. AVI LATINOAMÉRICA and AVIXA will hold the next 25 in Lima in July, a roadshow on integrated multimedia technology that will bring together the main manufacturers and professionals of the Pro AV industry.
Among other current topics, the program of the day includes the analysis of AV market trends in Latin America, the latest advances in visualization solutions (LCD, LED and Projection), the novelties in fixed installations, digital advertising and theaters control, and audio systems for collaboration rooms. In addition, the future of display and processing solutions and the use of artificial intelligence in video solutions for distance education will be addressed.
The convergence of AV and IT technologies, which forces manufacturers and integrators to seek the best connectivity solutions in audiovisual installations, will mark the agenda of the day. "IT networks are present today in everything we do. Given their technological nature, AV products must meet these connectivity requirements and be prepared to work with different protocols and platforms, "says Víctor Alarcón, Project Manager of AVI Magazine and InfoComm Latin America.
It is the first time that the AVI LATINOAMÉRICA roadshow, which takes place in several cities of the region, arrives in Lima. Peru hosts for the first time an exclusive event on AV in which the professionals of the country can attend the technical-commercial conferences of the most prominent manufacturers, in addition to the keynote address by the world association AVIXA, to discover the latest advances and trends in the sector. The event is aimed at both AV and IT integrators, given the possibilities of growth and business opportunity offered by the convergence of both industries.
"In the era of remote communications and the omnipresence of the internet in business relations, for professionals in the AV industry it is a valuable opportunity to connect face to face with the leading multimedia equipment manufacturers in a face-to-face event and discover, from first hand, new opportunities and future trends ", adds Víctor Alarcón.
So far, they have confirmed their participation in the event, both in the conference program and product exhibition, important companies such as Almo Professional, Absen, Christie, Crestron, Lightlink, NEC, Shure and Sony.
The roadshow - free assistance, although with limited places - will take place at the Crowne Plaza Lima Hotel, in Miraflores. To register and expand information, visit https://roadshows.avilatinoamerica.com