Dubai: The first Integrate Middle East is expected to draw industry experts in media and audiovisual technology to the emirate of Dubai. It is anticipated to draw more than 7,000 business travellers when Integrate Middle East 2023 is held at the Dubai World Trade Center from May 16th to 18th, 2023.
Integrate Middle East builds on synergies to provide a unique and highly anticipated platform for the pro AV and system integration industries to take advantage of. It is co-located with CABSAT, the long-running trade show for the media technology sector, which anticipates 14,000 guests.
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the full range of pro AV technology providers’ goods and services, from top-notch command and control centres (C3), touchless displays, and advanced pro-audio to colourful immersive pro-visual live event solutions, future stores, and the most recent developments in hybrid working and campuses.
The debut of Integrate Middle East comes at a critical juncture, as industry research indicates that the pro-AV market worldwide is expanding and is expected to reach $518.26 billion by the end of 2027. During the forecast period, the pro-AV market is anticipated to rise favourably due to revolutionary technology developments and specific global industry trends. One of the first significant industry companies to reserve space at Integrate Middle East is the Japanese multinational Epson.
The discussions will be presided over by industry experts and Mr. Bob Snyder, a well-known speaker for the AV, IT, IoT, and innovative building sectors. Mr. Snyder has been an editor for thirty years and has worked as a C-level consultant for hundreds of high-tech firms.
“The Middle East is a fast-growing pro AV market with awesome installations in corporate, education, retail, government, medical, residential, and live events. Integrators in the region leverage international solutions while adapting to local conditions with spectacular results. INTEGRATE Middle East will be this year’s must-attend event bringing the latest in technology to Middle East integrators and their customers,” Mr. Synder remarked.