InfoComm 2024 Will Spotlight the Future of Conferencing and Collaboration

InfoComm 2024 Will Spotlight the Future of Conferencing and Collaboration

The future of conferencing and collaboration will take center stage at InfoComm 2024 on June 8-14 (exhibits 12-14) at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The show’s wide-ranging program spotlights the latest developments in hybrid working with insightful presentations by industry experts, leading solutions providers on the trade show floor, and expert-led tours.

“Conferencing and collaboration solutions continue to thrive, especially now that many organizations are embracing hybrid work,” said Annette Sandler, Senior Director of Live Content, U.S. and Canada, AVIXA, producer of InfoComm. “At the show, we’ll explore the benefits and pitfalls that emerging technology like AI, virtual reality, and the metaverse bring to conferencing and collaboration, and also examine the important staples of this pro AV solution — clear audio connections and flexible meeting spaces.”

On Tues., June 11, InfoComm will present the half-day Emerging Trends program, which will uncover the disruptions that are paving the way for a new era of integrated, intelligent pro AV solutions. In the session “How Clear is Your Crystal Ball? Future Trends in Conferencing and Collaboration,” Linda Gedemer from Faith Group and Pete Coman of NV5 will share trends for developing flexible meeting spaces, including space planning, furniture design, and technology. The Emerging Trends program will also feature a discussion on how market dynamics, changing user needs, and technological advances are altering the pro AV landscape and explore how to transform spaces with pioneering AV design. Attendees will also experience a chat session with an AI personal assistant, which will provide real-time, personalized insights into the future of conferencing, collaboration, and pro AV design.

On Wed., June 12, at AVIXA Xchange LIVE (W2847), Scott Josephson from Google will share his company’s approach to selecting and replacing videoconferencing technology in “Supporting Videoconferencing at Google.” Also on June 12, Jared Timmins and Blaine Brown from Diversified will explore advanced tools and strategies that are reshaping the future of work in their examination of the marriage of generative AI and AV tech: “Diversified: Enhancing UX Through Intelligent Workplace Transformation.”

On the Technology Innovation Stage on June 12, Joshua Peterson from Lenovo will be joined by Alistair Johnston from Futuresource Consulting for “Back to the Future of Hybrid Work,” where they’ll tie together the hybrid work explosion with future collaborative technologies and AI-enabled UC applications.

On Thur., June 13, a panel of speakers from Republic Services, Frost & Sullivan, Blue Touch Paper, Wesco, and Yamaha Unified Communications discuss navigating AI, sustainability, and commodification in “Trend Forecast: Conferencing and Collaboration.”

InfoComm will also present sessions on Microsoft’s vision for intelligent shared spaces; productivity and inclusivity in hybrid workplaces; compliance and security; harnessing ROI from collaboration tools; and the changing nature of conference room support. View the full schedule of conferencing and collaborative sessions at

The InfoComm trade show floor will feature more than 260 exhibitors showcasing conferencing and collaboration solutions. Two sold-out show floor tours led by experts from Blue Touch Paper will introduce attendees to the latest solutions in videoconferencing, cloud technology, and collaboration platforms.

To register for InfoComm 2024, visit

InfoComm 2024 is sponsored by Strategic Show Partner Crestron and Supporting Show Partner Shure Incorporated.

For ongoing conversations and news about InfoComm 2024, visit the InfoComm room on AVIXA Xchange, a unique community for the AV industry designed to connect thought leaders, industry-leading solution providers, and innovative manufacturers with AV solution seekers.

About InfoComm
InfoComm is the largest technology exhibition and conference in North America focused on the pro AV industry. The exhibition is produced by the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA), and currently ranks as the 39th largest trade show in the United States by Trade Show Executive. In addition, AVIXA and its partners produce a global portfolio of trade shows and conferences, including InfoComm China, Beijing; InfoComm India; InfoComm Asia; Integrate; and Integrated Systems Europe.

AVIXA is the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, producer of InfoComm trade shows around the world, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, and the international trade association representing the audiovisual industry. Established in 1939, AVIXA has more than 3,000 enterprise members representing over 20,000 AV professionals, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, consultants, programmers, live events companies, technology managers, content producers, and multimedia professionals from more than 80 countries. AVIXA members create integrated AV experiences that deliver outcomes for end users. AVIXA is a hub for professional collaboration, information, and community, and is the leading resource for AV standards, certification, training, market intelligence, and thought leadership.