InfoComm International® Department of Standards
This site is home to InfoComm's development groups for standards activities. InfoComm International® has been the worldwide trade association for the professional audiovisual and information communications industries since 1939.
Selecting Public Groups from the menu bar will take you to an area where documents available to the public are posted, including InfoComm's standard development procedures.
If you belong to a Standards Task Group or the Standards Steering Committee:
The Workspace selection (gray bar in the top lefthand corner) will take you to the secure log-in that allows you to enter your personal workspace. You will see links to the groups you have joined.
The New Accounts selection will take you to a registration page where you may register if you would like to become a participant. Once registered, there will be an opportunity to request to join a group.
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For general information on how to use the HigherLogic (Kavi) Workspace, be sure to check out the online training videos.
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The InfoComm International® Standards Program establishes the Audiovisual Industry's fundamental systems design, performance, and management criteria. The development of standards documents is limited to registered participants. Review of draft Standards during public review periods becomes available to the public through this portal. To review the InfoComm ANSI-approved standards development and documentation procedures click on the desired PDF. Thank you for your interest and participation! If you are a subject matter expert who would like to become a registered participant, please send an email with your contact info and a brief bio, along with your specific topic interest(s), to: firstname.lastname@example.org