Datapath, world leaders in video signal processing, distribution and control, will be bringing their latest video wall solutions to InfoComm SEA in May.
Hosted at Bangkok’s International Trade and Exhibition Centre from May 15th-17th, AV professionals and institutional end-users from across Southeast Asia will congregate for the region’s first dedicated exhibition and conference for the pro-AV and integrated experience market.
A recent report commissioned by industry body AVIXA claims that Asia is on track to become the largest AV market in the world, capturing 36% of the market by 2023. At the same time, the professional AV industry will grow from USD 186 billion in 2018 to USD 230 billion by 2023.
The Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA) report was produced by IHS Markit for AVIXA and examines the forces driving growth, from macroeconomic factors to technology trends to vertical market demands on a global scale.
Sean Wargo, senior director of market intelligence at AVIXA, said: “There are many shifting pieces within the AV industry; it’s important to pause and take the market’s temperature. Based on our research, we’re expecting compound annual growth to be 4.3 percent from 2018 to 2023, which is in-line with our previous estimates. Regions around the world are growing, with Asia poised to take the lead as the largest market, capturing 36 percent of the pro-AV market by 2023.”
Datapath will be exhibiting in Bangkok with distribution partner Demuk Co Ltd, and partnering with Philips screens, on Booth F20. On show will be wall control systems including a 4×3 55″ video wall powered by the company’s iolite 12i controller, where Datapath representatives will be on hand to go through product demos and discuss the simplicity and versatility of their range of video wall management solutions.
Free registration for the event is available via the following link: http://www.infocomm-sea.com/en/pre-reg-particulars.php?mode=main
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