The global AV Experience Award program recognizes the innovative integration of content, space, and technology to create or enhance an experience. The program seeks to find excellence where the enhanced in-real-life experience or almost-real-life experience could only be achieved through the integrated and innovative use of audiovisual technology.
Being recognized as an AV Experience Award winner will showcase the value created by a project to a wide range of audiences across multiple industries, markets, and disciplines. It will also expose strategic thinkers from multiple markets to new applications and solutions that they can envision in their own industry or mission – leading to new and better outcomes in the future, and new opportunities for award winners.
Award submissions are accepted from anyone involved in the project, whether project originator, creative or technology agency that executed, or the customer. Below are some examples of the types of potential submitting agencies:
In order to be considered, entries need to contain testimonials from end users and other key stakeholders involved in the project.
The judging panel is diverse and comprised of an equal mix of judges from the supply and demand sides of the industry. These will be experts in design, art & architecture, AV technologies, as well as strategic thinkers from multiple disciplines including retail, sports, hospitality, and others. Judges are chosen based upon their experience and recognition among their peers, as well as their ability to think strategically and understand the value brought about by the applied technology. Judges vote independently and in an unbiased capacity.
The winners will be recognized in a virtual awards ceremony and featured in AVIXA publications that reach a global audience of 75,000.
There is no cost to enter the AVIXA AV Experience Awards.
Entries Open: 25 January 2021
Entries Close: 13 August 2021
Judging: 16 August-17 September 2021
Shortlist Announcement: 28 September 2021
AVX Virtual Ceremony: October 2021 (InfoComm 2021)
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The education sector is forecast to spend $23.4 billion in AV products and services in 2021 globally.
Explore the categories and find out how your project could be in the 2021 spotlight. Hear the applause?