Exhibitors will offer the most diverse and technologically advanced audio-visual (AV) concepts known today. For businesses or professionals wanting to know all there is about the latest in audio-visual systems, look no further. The event will allow cutting-edge companies to showcase world-class AV technologies - some introduced to Asia for the first time. The show is a must for companies that have designed and developed systems that can benefit various businesses from a myriad of sectors. Exhibiting this year is the group VTRON, showcasing its multipoint conferencing software, Vmeeting, which enables several users to share desktops, application and presentations during a video conference and features touch-sensitive screens and handwriting recognition. Crestron's DigitalMedia will exhibit the first complete high-definition AV distribution system, which allows virtually any mix of AV sources to be controlled and distributed throughout the home or campus from a centralised rack location. Controls are easy-to-use touch panels, handheld remotes and custom keypads. PENANDFREE will showcase its innovative device that converts a normal whiteboard or any vertical flat surface into an interactive teaching medium in a second. The uBoard is a portable gadget that can be attached to such a surface using a magnet or a station holder. It instantly creates a 120-inch interactive writing screen. The company has more, with a unique wireless digital pen mouse - DUO - a convergence product that combines pen and mouse functions in one gadget. When used with any laptop or desktop computer, DUO transforms it into a functional tablet computer, with full features of a touch screen. Elsewhere, Sennheiser will be displaying the K-Array Redline KR200s series of PA/stage monitor systems, ideal for concert halls, theatres and AV presentations. The KR200 is a high-tech, ultra-light powered system for theatrical sound reinforcement and cinema and special effects. For a taste of the future, look no further than Christie MicroTiles, that are ideal for a wide range of demanding applications, including architectural elements for buildings, out-of-home advertising, command and control video walls and event production. These tiles offer substantially brighter images and a much wider colour palette than conventional LCD and plasma displays, producing a virtually seamless canvas and an unlimited number of super-fine pixels. With 320 manufacturers and suppliers exhibiting from 27 countries, these are just a few of the diverse AV solutions featured. Other well-known brands include conferencing specialists beyerdynamic, ClearOne, Creator, Fleetwood, Taiden and Verrex, and visualisation solutions and display wall systems suppliers Barco, GQY, Jupiter Systems and RGB Spectrum. The event caters to such a wide range of industries, it promises something for all businesses seeking to update or introduce more effective and cutting-edge AV systems. From education to corporate IT, building development and facility management, transportation and defence, entertainment, leisure, hospitality and security, InfoComm is the most significant regional opportunity to learn all there is to know.