Where the leaders and professional of AV and IT Converge
Integrate is Australia's largest industry event for leaders and professionals in AV, Live Events and Systems Integration.
Partnering with InfoComm International and CEDIA as well as peak industry associations, Integrate is the leading industry forum in the region, bringing together over 5,500 industry professionals and end users to meet with like minded peers, brands, manufacturers and distributors from across the globe.
With over 130 exhibitors showcasing their latest products and services in AV, collaboration and technology solutions, you are bound to witness the latest innovation from across the global AV market. See industry leading brands including Amber Technologies, Bose, Crestron, Hills, Epson, Midwich, Samsung, Group Technologies, ULA and more!Read more
From new Audio Technology to innovations in Unified Communications, creative Digital Displays and intuitive Collaboration Tools, explore over 400 of the industry's latest products at Integrate. You may have read about them but this is your chance to interact with the products and get hands on advice direct from the manufacturers.Read more
Integrate is so much more than just a trade exhibition. It’s a three day celebration of new ideas, a chance to meet up with industry peers and witness first-hand what’s next for the industry. Integrate 2017 is set to be the best yet with more education, behind-the-scenes venue tours and networking events to ensure you don’t miss a minute onsite!Read more
With world-renowned industry speakers, buyer programs, networking events, education programs, cutting-edge global product launches and more, Integrate is a must-visit for any AV or IT professionals!
To get a taste of what awaits you at this year's event, take a look at the some of the highlights of the 2016 show and watch out for some industry stars making an appearance.
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Jul 17, 2017
With the roll out of the NBN across the network, it’s not just the consumers that are confused. The Australian Registered Cablers’, Kevin Fothergill, dicsusses how cablers can capitalise on the arrival of the NBN and reclaim their place in this game of (cable) thrones.