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Councils & Committees

Australasian Membership
European PETC
Exhibitors Presentations
ICAT Rental & Staging
Ind. Programmers SAVVI
Ind. Reps Technology Mgrs.
Manufacturers

 

 

 


 

 



Click on a council or committee name in the table above or the list below to go to its home page. InfoComm International members can access their private council and committee pages by following the links in the box on the right.

To provide its members with opportunities to focus on common concerns and goals, InfoComm International hosts councils that provide members with those opportunities to learn and network. InfoComm International's committees guide the planning and development of InfoComm and membership policies as well as education and training programs. Volunteer members develop programs that benefit InfoComm International members and the industry as a whole.

Join in to

  • Enhance business opportunities
  • Guide InfoComm International education and training
  • Identify best practices
  • Enjoy networking and forums

Australasian Council and European Council  
Composed of InfoComm International members throughout the world, with sub-councils located in regions, countries or even cities where members want to work on issues of common concern or network with one another.

Exhibitor Committee advises InfoComm International on industry trends to be incorporated in InfoComm planning. The committee is open to exhibitor members.

Independent Consultants in Audiovisual Technology (ICAT) Council provides a forum for members who are independent design consultants. Council members share insight and information about consulting for audio, video and telecommunications facilities and systems design. Access the Best Practices and the Master Format projects here.

Independent Programmers Council serves the needs and interests of control systems programmers who are not employed by hardware vendors or integrators. The Council seeks to raise the stature of Independent Programmers in the industry, provide collective feedback to vendors, define standards of practice and share professional resources.

Independent Reps. Council  services members who are independent representatives. Council members share insights and information about operating as independent agents, not salaried employees, of a manufacturer.

Manufacturers Council serves members with common interests in issues related to manufacturing of communications technologies. The council sponsors a First-Timers Orientation at InfoComm.

Membership Committee develops member benefits and services, reviews and recommends membership policies to the Board of Governors and reviews and approves applications for membership in InfoComm International.               

Presentations Council serves the interests of members who use AV and presentation technologies to create and deliver presentations.

Professional Education & Training Committee (PETC) supports the AV presentation industry through education, training and certification; provides a strategic vision for and determines the curriculum and content of InfoComm International's education, training and certification program.

Rental & Staging Council serves as a resource to InfoComm International members involved in the rental and staging industry. The council functions as a platform for promoting rental & staging services both within the AV industry and the public arena.

Sound, Audiovisual and Video Integrators (SAVVI) Council focuses on the needs and interests of companies that install and integrate AV systems, and seeks to identify best practices. Access the AV Best Practices page here.

Technology Managers Council An information resource for end users and the platform for communicating end user experiences within the association and industry. Access the Dashboard for Controls project here.

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