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Projection Summit 2004 in Atlanta this June


Projection Summit Features Gamut of Industry Experts

Final Agenda and Speakers Announced

April 27, 2004 –Norwalk, CT–The detailed agenda for the Projection Summit, which runs Monday and Tuesday, June 7-8, at the Atlanta World Congress Center prior to Infocomm, is now available for review (PS04 Agenda) and it features a broad range on industry leaders and experts. The conference program has both a market and technology track, each with 6 sessions plus keynote speakers and the analyst forecast debate.

Projection Summit 2004 is produced by Insight Media ( and McLaughlin Consulting Group ( who have partnered with ICIA ( The Summit is organized into two tracks of sessions: Technology/Supply Chain and Market/Channel. The Market/Channel track is set up to complement ICIA’s expanded range of Partner Conferences. Specific sessions at the summit will focus on opportunities in education, networked advertising, and AV/IT convergence in enterprises. Highlights of the market sessions are:

· Digital Signage and Electronic Advertising
· IT and AV Convergence
· Education Market
· Crossover Projectors & Channel Change
· Marketing View of Big Screen Technologies
· Hot Vertical Markets

The Technology/Supply Chain track for the Summit will build on the strong foundation of the two previous conferences. The technology sessions focus on the latest improvements and breakthroughs in microdisplays, lamps, electronics and optics. The supply chain segments look at continuing developments in contract manufacturing and the shift toward investment in China. Sessions include:

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· Illumination
· Electronics
· New Technologies
· LCOS Moment of Truth
· Component Supply Chain Review
· Integrator Supply Chain Review

The keynote speakers will offer an interesting difference in perspectives Allen Alley, CEO of Pixelworks and Kyle Ransom, current COO of InFocus.

Back for the third year is the annual big screen analyst debate, the final joint session will bring together the top big screen market analysts to present and defend their forecasts for big screen professional and consumer markets.

Conference Sponsors include Intel, Texas Instruments, InFocus, Scram Technologies, and Pixelworks. Returning Event Sponsors include Carl Zeiss, Analog Devices and 3M Optical Systems Division. Media Sponsors include Cleverdis, AV Magazine, Presentations Magazine, Pro AV Magazine, System Contractor News, ProjectorCentral, Sound & Video Contractor Magazine and Video Systems Magazine.

Discounted registration ($1,095) is open through ICIA at:

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Contact: Melissa McLaughlin

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