Electrosonic to run 'Technology Day'

The international AV company will aim to deliver an in-depth look at the latest audio-visual and videoconferencing solutions for the Oil and Gas, Corporate and Control Room markets.
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Leading audio-visual systems integrator Electrosonic will host a ‘Technology Day’ on 16 May, Aberdeen, UK. 
 The free event will provide an in-depth look at the latest audio-visual and video conferencing solutions for the Oil and Gas, Corporate and Control Room markets.
 It will feature the company’s suppliers – including Barco, Extron, Panasonic, AMX, Polycom and Sharp – with each visitor guided through the exhibition visiting each supplier in turn. 
 Electrosonic’s expert staff will be available to discuss the new technologies and how they can be integrated into any current facilities the visitor may be running.
 Other confirmed suppliers include Christie, Samsung, Exterity, Ashton Bentley, Steljes, Pufferfish, Crestron, Helvar, iiyama, Kramer Electronics, Onelan Digital Signage and MultiTouch.
 Visitors will also have the opportunity to listen to a series of short seminars and discussions, including a presentation from Electrosonic’s Managed Services business team, which is entitled ‘Managing the New and Emerging Meeting Environment. Can Your Business Processes Adjust?’ 
 Polycom will discuss collaborative technologies and Microsoft Lync integration whilst Steljes will look at the issues and challenges of current visual collaboration solutions during their presentation ‘The World of Work has Changed Forever. Have You Changed With It?’
 Demonstrations will include video display solutions, projectors, secure video conferencing, energy management solutions, web and audio conferencing and meeting facilitation tools.
“Electrosonic have successfully organised Technology Days for several years. We are now very excited to bring our event to Aberdeen and demonstrate the latest audio-visual technology applications to the market,” commented Colin Lemmings, VP Corporate Solutions at Electrosonic. 
 “This event is beneficial to IT Directors and Facilities Directors working within the Oil and Gas, Corporate sectors and those who wish to explore Managed Services and Control Room technology. Our team are looking forward to welcoming organisations from the local area and demonstrating the benefits of new technologies on the market and how they can be incorporated into existing systems and facilities.”

www.electrosonic.co.uk

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