Don’t Touch This: Trends and Technology at InfoComm 2021

 

Key Points:

  • The cost in the LED market has dramatically decreased from a manufacturing perspective and a consumer demand perspective, LED’s are a lot more attainable.
  • The LED market is expected to heat up and have a big push starting next year.
  • Touchless interactivity is going to be the new “natural experience,” according to Statista 84 percent of Americans who were polled expect an increase in touchless interactions during the pandemic and 55 percent would like to see that continue after the pandemic.

Commentary:

InfoComm 2021 is set to begin Oct. 23 and last until the following Friday in Orlando, FL. With many leaders and innovators in the world of AV set to be under one roof, MarketScale wanted to get thoughts from these individuals before they head to the conference. MarketScale spoke with Tomer Mann, EVP of Sales and Marketing at 22 Miles, a company that provides technology solutions for digital connectivity, visual communications, media management and adaptive multi-point interactive experiences. Mann who plans on being a speaker at InfoComm 2021 discusses how LED usage has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic and about the rise in popularity of touchless interactivity.

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