In Pictures: DEMA Show 2015 Stephan Whelan in DEMA Show Coverage 2 years ago A panoramic view of the DEMA Show 2015 floor What is it like to attend the DEMA Show? Take a look below at our gallery from our various team members walking around the show and give you a flavor of this huge International Diving Trade Show. Related Post [PHOTO] Secret PondsWelcome to this weeks Photo Of The Week. DEMA Show Kicks Off With Various Agency Updates - This One Is The PADI Updatemore A panoramic view of the DEMA Show 2015 floormore Scuba Radio Is Always A Staple At The Opening Of DEMA Show 2015more Major Manufacturers And Agencies Appear At DEMA - In This Case Divers Alert Networkmore Walking DEMA Show 2015 Can Be Tiringmore Exhibitors Always Show Off Their Coolest Stuff At DEMA Show 2015more Rebreathers Feature Heavily At DEMA Show 2015more Martin Stepanek and Freediving Instructors International 'Double Your Breath-Hold in 30 Minutes" at DEMA 2015more The Growing Segment Of Underwater ROV's Show Off At DEMA Show 2015more The Underwater Imaging Resource Center Is A Major Draw At DEMA 2015more Dive Computers Are Always A Big Draw At DEMA Show 2015 - Here The Omer UP-x1more Several Book Authors Were Signing Books At DEMA Show 2015 - Adam Skolnick Heremore Seminar Rooms Are Packed At DEMA Show 2015more One Of The Big Draws This Year Was The Young dive professionals panelists - Seen Here: Stephan Whelan, Luke Inman, Amanda Cotton, Cristina Zenato, Shane Taylor, and Jim Standing.more Underwater Photographers And Manufacturers Give Talks On The Show Floor At DEMA Show 2015more The DeeperBlue.com Team Appearing At DEMA Show 2015more Leave a Comment Related Post DEMA Show 2017 Hosted More Than 7,850 Attendees More than 7,850 dive industry professionals attended this year's DEMA Show in Orlando, Florida. Adaptive Techniques Speciality Introduced By PADI PADI introduces a new course to better improve disabled diver training, the PADI Adaptive Techniques… Fourth Element Unveil Their Next Generation Oceanwear: Thermocline Revisited Fourth Element's latest wetsuit is now fashioned to incorporate plastic from recycled post-consumer waste.