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Digital Projection Sponsors infoComm’s AV Technology Today Conference
Posted on Tuesday, February 9, 2010

ATLANTA, GA – February 5, 2010 – Digital Projection Inc. (DPI), an Emmy® Award-winning manufacturer of high performance projection systems, announced a key sponsorship role in infoComm’s AV Technology Today conference. Held on March 18, 2010 in Washington, DC, the conference will offer commercial AV dealers early access to new audiovisual products and apps, plus hands-on demonstrations conducted by numerous technology manufacturers.  
 

Ideal attendees are those responsible for purchasing or overseeing the installation, integration or operations of technology for your business, agency or organization. The AV Technology Today conference presents key dealers with an opportunity to share the exciting world of AV with their manager, purchasing officer, CIO and IT colleagues. Attendees will leave the conference with a distinct competitive advantage, as future technologies and methods will be revealed.
 

Presentation topics and speakers for the DC event include:
 

• Space, Time and Technology: The Future of AV with Mark Valenti, President & CEO, The Sextant Group, Inc.
 

• 3D and LED Display Technologies with Chuck Collins, Vice President-Commercial AV, Digital Projection, Inc.
 

• Videoconferencing: Here, Now, Saving Time & Travel with Tony Jimenez, President & CEO, MicroTech
 

In addition to the experienced speakers scheduled for the conference, attendees will have varied opportunities to participate in group strategy sessions. Examples include a targeted case studies discussion, panel discussion with end users who are successfully deploying AV technology in business, visualization/simulation and education applications, and a networking reception.
 

Experts at AV Technology Today will show attendees how others are leveraging AV technology to enhance learning and communicate more efficiently.

 

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