Nov. 3-4, 2021
  Crowne Plaza DIA, Denver, CO
Exhibit Hours:
Wed 10:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Thurs 10:00 – 3:00 p.m.
Cost: $15 Admission  (unless pre-registered)


As you may know, we unfortunately had to cancel AVX 2020 last October because of the pandemic, but we are very excited about AVX 2021! We moved the event to November to allow for enough time for vaccines to take effect and trade shows to resume.

The health and well-being of our community remains our foremost priority. We are applying health and safety standards, based on local public health guidance and venue protocols, to support a safe and comfortable show experience.

Check out our speaker line-up and list of exhibitors!  Don't forget to REGISTER by clicking the button at the top of the page.  


Current Seminar and Workshop List

Topic Synopsis Speaker
AV-over-IP: A Better Way to Connect - Seminar The presentation looks at end user and integrator benefits of an AV-over-IP system design as it exists today, focusing on scalability, ease of use, manageability, and performance. It also postulates what near-future developments in AV-over-IP might look like. Luke Heckel
Designing Conference Rooms for Zoom, Microsoft Teams & Webex - Seminar This session will address how to connect to the conference room whether through your own laptop, using conferencing hardware, utilizing dedicated touch panels, etc. Daniel will demonstrate how to get the best user experience using top conferencing platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Webex. We will review the optimal way to design your video displays and microphone setup for different room configurations. Lastly, we will do a high-level comparison of the top three conferencing platforms. Daniel Routman
Government Transparency through Media - Seminar As audio visual technology becomes more accessible, it is proving to be a powerful tool for government transparency. Hardware for AV capture is becoming standard at all levels of government while software is constantly being developed to process inputs and convert it into meaningful engagement tools. This presentation will cover the latest technology promoting civic engagement through government transparency. Alfonzo Maldonado
Higher Education Classroom of the Future - Seminar As higher education begins to understand the impacts of the pandemic and how this will effect the future of education, there will be a tremendous focus on audio-visual solutions required to accommodate not only the teaching and learning environments, but the day-to-day business operations of institutions and business. Flexibility, mobility, and adaptability will be key components to the design and integration of classrooms of the future. Theresa Ligouri-Hernandez
Making Hybrid Education Accessible - Seminar Higher education has been disrupted. Students attending lectures online. Professors delivering classes from a remote office. Hybridhome-based and classroom models. Great audio is critical for inclusivity and learning. Join Shure's Criss Niemann as he discusses audio solutions that will uphold a high level of student comprehension and engagement during evolving times. Criss Niemann
Panel: Working on the Same Team: How Consultants and Integrators can Collaborate Effectively - Panel Consultant-led designs are becoming more common as system complexities increase. In this session, panelists will discuss how systems integrators and AV consultants can effectively collaborate on projects, in each project delivery method (design-bid-build, consultant-led design build, or design-assist). What do consultants and integrators look for, and how can you deliver the right information at the right time to ensure project success? We will examine some case studies of successful collaborations and provide tips that will ensure successful project outcomes.collaborations and provide tips that will ensure successful project outcomes. Patrick Durham
Planning Infrastructure Upgrades for Broadcast & AV - Seminar John Ferder
Podcasting: Asking the Right Questions - Seminar There are so many great tricks and tips on how to build your platform. Identifying strategies to build your social media presence, booking great guests and interviews, and being consistent with content are all great ways to build your audience. However, if your sound isn't clear, all of the hard work needed to build your brand can be limited in its effectiveness. From poor audio recording quality, nervousness from your guests, to not asking great questions, your audience will be easily distracted from your message if it's not an enjoyable listening experience. Mary Allard
Production Switching in an IT/IP & Remote World - Seminar Learn the solutions, workflows, new terms, and technologies to meet today’s evolving IP/IT/remote requirements for live video production. They are all intended to ease operation, reduce infrastructure costs, "future proof" capital expenditures, and create more enticing productions for intended audiences. These solutions incorporate general-purpose IT equipment that run on CPU and GPU and take advantage of the most advanced IT technology. Along with innovative software, next-gen production features incorporate unprecedented flexibility, low latency, and open architecture to ensure scalability. Michael Bergeron
Remote Production: We're Never Going Back - Seminar
Sports Coverage: It's a Whole New Game! - Seminar Dave Zur
The Power of Mass Communication In All Spaces - Seminar PA has evolved to where a mass communication system is necessary. Reaching as many people as quickly and easily as possible, through several audio and visual devices, is the key in saving time and saving lives. See how the lastest in mass communication tools helps everyone win in higher education, K12, healthcare, industrial, office spaces, and any application where quick, accurate information and safety are critical. Bob Lichty

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