InfoComm 2012: Stay Ahead of the Classroom Furniture Learning Curve

Posted by Jerry Doll on Tue, May, 15, 2012 @ 16:05 PM

InfoComm 2012One of the highlights of the year for those in the audiovisual technology and the commercial and classroom furniture industries is InfoComm's Information Communications Marketplace. This June in Las Vegas, InfoComm 2012 will bring together 34,000 AV professionals from around the globe for almost a week of conferences, exhibitions, seminars, training, education sessions and general information-sharing.

At the event, from June 9 to June 15, more than 925 exhibitors will showcase thousands of products that support audio visual resources in the boardroom, classroom and beyond. NOVA the Right Solutions will be at the show -- in Booth C7747. We'll be in good company, as more than 100 other furniture and console manufacturers and suppliers will be at the show, as well. Try our latest school, university and office furniture products, which seamlessly integrate computer hardware.

Trolley E Class Prog

While at InfoComm 2012, we invite you to test drive our latest innovative solutions, including The Trolley E-Class, with automated flat-panel monitor lift and NOVALinked networking system. Our display will include a selection of lecterns and ergonomically enhanced furniture solutions, collaboration tables, computer desks, workstations, widescreen Downview visual display desks and more. We specialize in sleek and modern  yet practical furnishings that create unique computer-user experiences.

NOVA has been a leader in the evolution of technology furniture since 1988. In Las Vegas, we'll be introducing you to the best interactive classroom, government, corporate workplace and business office furnishings, designed for ease of learning and working. We hope to meet you in person at InfoComm – come see us at Booth C7747. We're celebrating the occasion by sponsoring an iPad3 giveaway for attendees who stop at our booth. For additional information, contact us via web or our toll-free number, or feel free to contact your local NOVA representative

Topics: infocomm 2012, classroom furniture, audiovisual technology