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CEDIA Expo and CIX 2024 Announces New Connectivity Pavilion

CEDIA Expo, owned by Emerald Expositions, is an event for residential technology integrators, designers, and construction professionals, bringing together thousands of professionals and hundreds of exhibitors.

CEDIA Expo and Commercial Integrator Expo are introducing a new exhibit and education experience at their 2024 events in Denver, focusing on connected device technology in AV/IT, IoT, sensors, and networking for residential and commercial applications. The Connectivity Pavilion will showcase leading connected device platforms and manufacturers, with educational sessions, demonstrations, and networking events.

The new exhibit and education experience aim to meet the growing demand from attendees to learn about AV connectivity and networking technologies. This initiative addresses the desire of integrators and industry professionals to understand and implement cutting-edge connected technologies in their projects, providing them with opportunities to explore interoperable platforms and products, learn about their functionality, and network with industry leaders.

CEDIA Expo and Commercial Integrator Expo, will establish a new show floor exhibit and attendee education experience at the 2024 events in Denver, Colo., September 5-7, focusing on today’s connected device technology in AV/IT, IoT, sensors and networking technologies for residential and commercial and application solutions. The development of this new education experience will expand on attendee’s desires from both shows to learn more about connectivity products and solutions, and how to integrate them to best meet their clients’ needs.

“Our recent survey of CEDIA Expo attendees showed a growing desire to see and learn about AV connectivity and networking technologies. Addressing this demand, we are pleased to feature a new pavilion and show floor content presentation program at this September’s shows where attendees can “connect” with leading technology platform alliances and manufacturers’ latest products and solutions,” said Jason McGraw, CTS, group vice president and show director, CEDIA Expo, Commercial Integrator Expo and KBIS, Emerald.

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The Connectivity Pavilion will feature exhibits and kiosks from leading connected device platforms and product manufacturers who demonstrate the interoperability and functionality of their products on such platforms. Attendees will experience a “hub and spoke” pavilion exhibit space with a central presentation and demonstration area. Scheduled educational sessions, how-to demonstrations, manufacturer product spotlight sessions, and networking events will be held in the Connectivity Pavilion’s presentation hub.

Mitch Klein, CEDIA’s Lifetime Achievement Award recipient, former executive director of the Z-Wave Alliance, and former director of alliances strategy for Silicon Labs, will be the project manager of the Connectivity Pavilion and will help manage the content programming within the Pavilion’s presentation area. Klein commented, “Integrators have demonstrated a deep thirst to understand, navigate and implement a host of cutting-edge connected technologies in their projects, as evidenced by the standing-room-only training sessions focused on Z-Wave and other platforms the past few years. I’m excited to be working with Emerald and CEDIA to provide this new format for integrators and their staff to be up to date on these fast-moving, interoperable platforms.”

 

 

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