IAE 2016
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Expo Location
Orange County Convention Center (OCCC)
North and South Buildings
9899 International Drive
Orlando, FL, US

2016 Dates
Conference: Nov. 14 - 18
Trade Show: Nov. 15 - 18 

2016 Trade Show Floor Hours
Tuesday, Nov. 15: 10am - 6pm
Wednesday, Nov. 16: 10am - 6pm
Thursday, Nov. 17: 10am - 6pm
Friday, Nov. 18: 10am - 4pm


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Check out the digital version of the IAAPA Attractions Expo 2016 Conference Brochure to plan this year's experience. 

Información importante sobre la Expo en Español
Informações importantes sobre a Expo em Português
重要资讯(中文版)”

PICTURE GALLERY

- GKTW Annual Golf Tournament

- 2016 Brass Ring Award Winners

- Pictures from Tradeshow Floor

- Educational Events

- Kickoff Event

 



Record Participation for IAAPA Charity 5K/1K Fun Run and Walk, Footprints from the Heart

Welcome‘PR Boot Camp’ Offers Helpful Tips for Pitching Stories to the Press

ADG Introduces Six New Water Rides

Alcorn McBride Unveils RidePlayer

Andretti Indoor Karting Shares Features of New Orlando Facility

BeaverTails Debuts Mini-Container Store Concept

Breezer Mobile Cooling Keeps Guests and Employees Comfortable

Christie Mystique Simplifies Multi-Projector Maintenance, Alignment  

Virtual Racing Thrills Hit the Road with CXC Simulations

Evoqua Launches Blu-Sentinel Water Control

‘Heroes & Legends’ Attraction Will Honor Astronauts at Kennedy Space Center

‘Heroes & Legends’ Attraction Will Honor Astronauts at Kennedy Space Center

Holovis Offers Personalized Augmented Reality

Ropes Courses Showcases New Sky-High Elements

Snacktops Puts Food Carriers on Top of Drink Cups, Cans

Sunkid Showcases Sundancer Ride, Tube Conveyor Belt

Vekoma Launches a Firestorm

Keep It Simple: Tech Advice for Today

In Brief

The Plopsa Plan

Three Industry Leaders Honored with IAAPA Service Awards

2016 Best New Product Awards

Jack Rouse Associates (JRA) Takes Home IAAPA Impact Award

Dynamic Attractions Wins IAAPA Image Award

2016 IAAPA Brass Ring Awards Honors Industry Achievements Around the Globe

Double the Fun on Extreme Engineering’s Cloud Coaster

Cesys Showcases Highly Realistic Motorcycle Simulator

Cavu Designwerks and DreamCraft Attractions Make VR a Social, Interactive Experience

Talon Simulations Offers Affordable, High-Tech VR Motion Simulator

Auxel’s Dummy Offers Realistic Ride Load Tests

The BobbleShop Turns Guests into 3-D Bobbleheads

The Story of Shanghai Disney Resort—Straight from Those Who Helped Create It

In Brief

IAAPA Hall of Fame Inducts Mack and O’Brien

Busch Gardens Tampa Bay Wins 2016 Applause Award

CEOs Agree: Every Experience Really Does Matter

SeaWorld Unveils Ride Vehicles for New 2017 Attractions

Virtual Queuing Becomes Wearable with accesso’s New Prism Device

Polin Waterparks Launches New Products, Venture

Zamperla Announces New Park Partner

Low Riders:  Kids Welcome on New S&S Coaster

Billings Productions Bring 20-Foot Quetzalcoatlus Flying Reptile to Life

Digital Centre Bedazzles Photo Booths with LED Screens

Skyline’s New Coaster Warps Riders’ Perceptions

Triotech Announces Ghostbusters, Walking Dead Rides

IAAPA Hall of Famers Pass Knowledge on to Next Generation of Industry Leaders

In Brief

The Story Behind Downtown Disney’s Transformation into Disney Springs

SeaWorld to Unveil New 2017 Attraction Details Today

Best FEC Birthday Parties Begin with Hiring Best Possible Staffers

Unlikely Partners Can Boost Revenue and Attendance for Museums and Science Centers

IAAPA Thanks Veteran Floor Manager Ron Plemmons

IAAPA Foundation’s New Mission Focuses on Next Generation

Food and Beverage Secrets

Aquatic Leaders Upbeat About Industry’s Present, Future

WelcomeAnnual Golf Tournament Raises Funds for Give Kids The World

What to Expect at IAAPA Attractions Expo 2016

Plopsa Group’s Steve Van den Kerkhof to Keynote GM and Owners’ Breakfast

‘IAAPA Celebrates at SeaWorld Orlando’ Reaches for New Heights

Think Outside the Inbox with Zappos

In Brief

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Please note: IAAPA Attractions Expo is not open to the general public. Only registrants wearing an Expo badge will be allowed on the trade show floor. Some events and education programs are only open to those 18 and older and require an event ticket in addition to Expo badge/registration for admission.