Products from all different companies are on display and available to be tested by the attendees. Drones have been at a fast pace within the industry opening different opportunities for the photographers to offer their clients. With the broadening of drones comes with it new technique to use the equipment and rules that are directed by the government. Camera and independent lens were being checked out along with different level of travel bags that met the airline guidelines. The great advantage of WPPI is that everyone is willing to share ideas and help improve the industry so that everyone can succeed.
Since 1975 the WOC has been the industry’s only commercial concrete-masonry construction industry that is considered an international event. The Las Vegas Convention Center and several large lots were filled with displays, equipment and demonstrations. Large concrete pumper trucks, ready mix trucks featuring the change over to natural gas power, competitions within the masonry professionals showed their speed and skills and many more engaging activities were presented every day.
NSSF conducted classes and seminars to educate across the industry about regulations that need to be complied with as well as other aspects that would help in improving the industry. The trade event was held only for commercial buyers and sellers of military, law enforcement and tactical products plus services. This is an annual event with no public attendance allowed.
John Zimmer visions the growth of Lyft to continue at a phenomenal pace because more people moving to the cities and giving up the second car. Zimmer spoke about the average car owner uses their vehicle only four percent of the time with an average American family spending $9,000 per year on their vehicle including gas and insurance. Lyft is available in 95 percent of the United States and is expanding to Toronto. Presently there are more than one million rides a day made by Lyft drivers. Car Seat services will be expanding for parents riding with babies.