Registration Now Open for Inaugural GovComm 2011

InfoComm International has just announced that registration has officially opened for GovComm 2011, a new professional audiovisual and information communications technology exposition and conference set to take place from November 1 through November 2, 2011 at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C.

This two-day event was designed to serve Washington D.C.-area technology managers, end-users and procurement officers in the government and military sectors. The event is said to feature exhibits, networking opportunities, education and manufacturers’ training.

According to Randal A. Lemke, Ph.D., Executive Director and CEO, InfoComm International, “GovComm is the only trade show focused solely on the specific communication needs of the government and military. Solutions critical to supporting training, command and control, communications, presentations and other net-centric AC activities performed by the government, military and the contractors that serve them will be featured at GovComm 2011.”

GovComm 2011 will feature 100 leading manufacturers of digital signage, videoconferencing and telepresence, projection, display, 3D, control systems, audio and AV networking technologies. The exhibit floor will open its doors at 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. for both days of the conference with each morning featuring a keynote speaker at 9:00 a.m.

Ninety-minute education classes will be held concurrently with the exhibits and will be taught by professionals and experts from the world-renowned InfoComm Academy. Training will address collaborative communications in a secure environment and future technology trends. This includes secure AV, command and control display applications, videoconferencing and telepresence, AV standards and sustainability issues.

Source: PR Newswire – Registration Opens for Inaugural GovComm 2011 Exposition

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