Wednesday, February 21, 2024
YOU ARE AT:FeaturesAVNation’s Guide to InfoComm19 Video Highlights

AVNation’s Guide to InfoComm19 Video Highlights

The AVNation crew hit the show floor at InfoComm19 in full force last week to bring all the latest innovations to light. With over 60 video highlights on, we’re here to help you distill the news. Here are some of the video highlights organized into a few categories to help #avtweeps sift through the influx of news.


How beyerdynamic hears the whole conversation with the Unite AP4 Access Point for multi-channel transmission in any environment.

Biamp’s new speaker line offers a complete top to bottom range of solutions.

Shure is making audio the number one priority capped off by a refreshed brand design, marked by a major campaign emphasizing the importance of audio front and foremost of the design process.

AtlasIED Shows a New Take on Demo Rooms to highlight the diversity and growth Atlas has undergone in the ever changing AV world.

Growing the audio ecosystem for conference calls with Stem Audio, a new subsidiary of Phoenix audio, focused on ensuring consistent audio quality.


Barco shows off the brand new UDM and UDX projectors and their abilities to mix and match products and images flawlessly.

Panasonic’s 50,000 Lumen Projector, along with the mosaic wall, live e-sports and anti-glare displays.

Samsung utilizes an AI processor for seamless 8K digital signage. The machine learning will even evaluate the quality of the upscaled video and corrects the imagery further.

Christie puts projectors in strange places with the Mirage SST, a system designed for flexible installation.

See through the screen with LG’s Transparent OLED, which will ship to the United States in June.

Cover your wall with Video using Draper’s curved video wall system with core, advanced and tailored solution options.


Starin’s all-in-one Zoom Screen is a strategic collaboration with DTEN to create a one-stop-shop for the videoconferencing ecosystem.

How Crestron and Microsoft are utilizing the Mercury device to enhance the conferencing space. The product has evolved with improved cabling for simplified installation.

Atlona’s all-in-one switcher for huddle spaces further simplifies installation without sacrificing features.

Philips is using the augmented reality app ARc to visualize displays in the conference room.


House your electronics in style with Heckler and their beautiful credenza furniture complementing the commercial AV space with all the bells and whistles hidden away from sight.  

FSR’s sleek new Raceway System solves space issues with an easy to install design.

Middle Atlantic takes rack storage to the next level with innovations on the standard rack railing to offer a new lease on cable management.


You can find comprehensive coverage from InfoComm 2019 here at, and all of the latest videos on the AVNation YouTube page.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


PPDS connects with Deutsche Telekom AG developing commercial opportunity with Philips...

PPDS and Deutsche Telekom share a focus on sustainability and reducing energy consumption. The partnership aims to leverage the energy-efficient features of Philips Tableaux ePaper displays to offer more sustainable digital out-of-home communications.

More Articles Like This