Panasonic to present exciting new B2B technology at Technology Exposed

Panasonic To Present Exciting New B2b Technology At ?Technology Exposed 2013'Panasonic System Communications Company Europe are ready to share the latest in professional and b2b tech solutions with industry partner, Midwich at the annual Technology Exposed showcase located at Ascot Racecourse from this Wednesday. The exhibition will showcase the latest innovation from big technology brands with Panasonic bringing the very latest products to their stand. On show will be; Laser/LED lamp free projectors with 20,000 hours of maintenance free operation amongst other cost crushing features, ultra-bright 800 candela lumen DLED videowall displays, rugged 24/7 digital signage displays, unparalleled short throw – large format projection for previously unimagined projection, surveillance business video analytics and even remote operated HD broadcast quality cameras fit for streaming London’s Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club legends across the globe.

As a key partner and having actively sponsored and exhibited at Technology Exposed before, the Panasonic UK b2b division will return with the very latest technology solutions that cover the needs of end users in markets ranging from banking, corporate, education, security, logistics, utility, retail, marketing, field operations, transportation and more.

Durable, High Impact Digital Signage that Reduces Total Cost of Ownership

Panasonic will demonstrate new LFE6 Series of LED backlight LCD displays with low power consumption and Eco Mode to reduce energy requirements to 1/3 of the conventional level, significantly reducing running costs. Featuring a light-weight, stylish minimalist design and, with a bezel of just 9mm and screen depth of 49mm the LFE6 series of displays present a low profile form ideal for public spaces. A high visibility Full-HD panel delivers a professional solution and is certified for continuous 16 hour per day 7 day per week operation for consistent performance in even the most demanding digital signage applications.

High Impact, Ultra-Bright Videowall Displays & New UST Projection Innovation

Panasonic recently announced TH-55LFV50 1080P IPS D-LED videowall displays which feature the utmost attention to design and super narrow bezels of just 5.3 mm and anti-glare surfaces. A 2×2 array will be shown as an integral part of the Panasonic stand and with 800 cd/m2 brightness making it easy to see the impact that can be made in corporate showrooms, public spaces with high environmental light levels, in the rental market, in staging, control rooms and even broadcast studio applications.

Solid State, Laser LED Projection

Panasonic will also show off its new Laser LED solid state light source projectors which offer a maintenance free run time of no less than 20,000 hours equivalent to over two years without a filter or lamp change whilst offering features that set them apart from

the competition such as Digital Link that enables the transmission of HD content, audio and control signals over a single CAT5E cable. Also in the projector line-up will be the new Panasonic ultra-short throw lens for large format, high brightness projection which introduces previously unachievable applications for projection signage, display and content presentation.

Business Video Analytics Insight and Powerful Camera Technology

Whilst Panasonic is very well known for its award winning i-Pro SmartHD 1080P surveillance and security solutions, new BIVS video analytics will also be presented which can provide businesses with new insight into audience behaviour through age and gender profiling and people counting. Again with different solutions for different vertical markets, Panasonic is working with partners to provide business insight into the efficiency of operations in verticals such as retail, transport, logistics and banking. In addition to security and surveillance cameras will be demonstrations of remote operated cameras such as those being used in Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in London where a number of cameras have helped the club to transmit the member experience beyond the venue walls, via the internet. In fact the first live transmission was completed by Ronnie Scott’s using Panasonic AW-HE120 integrated remote video cameras and AG-HPX250 camcorders just last month with jazz trumpet legend Wynton Marsalis’ broadcast live to fans around the world.

Join Panasonic at Midwich Technology Exposed 2013 to see and experience this exciting range of technology or visit business.panasonic.co.uk today.

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