The fourth generation of Taiden’s paperless multimedia congress system is set to be on show at ISE. It features an upgraded look and includes new biometric and RFID card identification of conference attendees. New tactile buttons and braille indication all enhance the user experience.
“The system boasts a superb HD paperless experience, greater system reliability, budget-conscious integration of functions and convenient management,” said the company. “All this with an ultra-thin design, larger capacitive touch screen and higher resolution camera.”
The original system was developed by Taiden in 2010 and ushered in a new era for the conferencing industry. It has been used at many high-profile international conferences and meeting venues, testifying to its excellence and superiority, claims the company.