ASI Show has implemented plans to keep you safe as we kick off 2022 at ASI Show Orlando January 4 - 6, 2022.

The safety and well-being of our exhibitors, attendees and the community is our #1 priority, so we are working closely with the convention center services and all contracted hotels to ensure precautionary measures are in place. Please note that these safety measures will be updated based on current CDC recommendations and any government, state and federal mandates.

Highlighted below are some of the measures that will be implemented.

  • Visitors to the city of Orlando facilities are no longer required to wear a face covering, absent any special circumstances. Those who are not fully vaccinated are encouraged to wear a face covering. The ASI Show Orlando trade show floor and meeting spaces will adopt this policy.
  • 100% of ASI staff at the show are fully vaccinated.
  • Orlando convention center employees are fully vaccinated unless exempt due to medical/religious reasons and are required to wear masks at all times.
  • ASI vendors working the show are required to wear masks.
  • All staff in the registration area will be required to wear masks.
  • Masks are mandatory on all ASI shuttle buses.

Social Distancing

  • Seating for educational sessions, general sessions and meeting rooms will be set up 3 ft. apart for physical distancing.
  • Plexiglass shields will be installed at the registration counters, sales office and service desks.
  • The capacity in all areas will be reduced to allow for appropriate physical distancing.
  • Directional entrances and exits will be in place.

Hand Sanitizer

Hand sanitizer stations will be available throughout the event. These sanitizer dispensers will be placed at the following high contact areas:

  • Entrances/gates
  • Top and bottom of stairs and escalators
  • Elevators will have dispensers affixed inside each car
  • Standing dispensers will be placed through the Expo hall and public spaces


If you are utilizing rideshare services, please refer to their individual policies:

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