CEDIA EXPO is a tradeshow in the residential electronic systems industry. Attending CEDIA EXPO gives you an advantage over the competition by providing the latest technologies, FREE training on the latest products, and the industry’s best education with CEDIA University courses. CEDIA EXPO gives you the best strategies to profit in home entertainment, environmental control, energy management, green technology, home health, security, and more.
CEDIA Expo, the trade show for the custom audio/video business, kicks off today in Atlanta, GA. As automation and networking A/V equipment becomes more commonplace in the home, this show will find its way on the radar of dealers that are both veterans on the integration side of the industry, and those that are just getting their feet wet.
As with CES, which took place in January, 3D is likely to the big story in video at this year’s CEDIA. But even at CES, content was relatively scarce on this front. Now, eight months later, chances are we’ll see plenty more 3D demos showing not only a wide variety of content, but also content that’s actually available to consumers in their homes. Expect to see more glasses designs as well; along with the innovative flat panel TVs that those of us lucky enough to attend CES in January were able to preview. Flat panels won’t steal the spotlight alone, though: we’ll see more demos of 3D projectors, which many in the industry claim is the “only” way to truly immerse oneself in the 3D experience.
CEDIA EXPO is your place to meet and connect with the industry’s best professionals. If you are a current professional in home entertainment, security, lighting control, environmental control, energy management, retrofit, home control, home health, home theater, audio systems, integration, or are someone looking to break into the residential electronic systems industry, you need to be at CEDIA EXPO.
Networking is the “word of the day” today in Canada as Netflix just launched its service here. Related to this, we’ll find out more about what products will come with the Netflix client enabled for use in Canada, and on which devices we might not be able to access it. Subsequent to the rise in networking, might we see less emphasis on Blu-ray? Or will manufacturers be touting features related to services like Netflix or BD Live capabilities and content? Stay tuned.
Online registration for CEDIA EXPO is now closed. Please register onsite at CEDIA EXPO 2010 in Atlanta, GA. Registration is located in Lobby A/B of the Georgia World Congress Center.