During the Technology Day, a member of the Electrosonic team will guide each visitor through the exhibition
UK - Electrosonic is hosting its third New Technology Day in Aberdeen which will provide visitors with an in-depth look at the latest audio-visual and collaboration solutions on the market for the corporate, oil & gas and control room industries. This free event will be held at The Chester Hotel in Aberdeen on 13 May.

This year's Technology Day will feature a new format where over 20 manufacturers will work together, integrating their technologies to demonstrate different 'room solutions' including a control room, a high end visualisation room, video conferencing cloud solutions, Lync, 4K collaboration, remote monitoring, and wireless collaboration and presentation. Each 'room solution' will show a selection of alternative technologies which can be used in that particular set-up to suit different budgets, room sizes or business objectives.

Confirmed suppliers include Adder Technology, AMX, Ashton Bentley, Barco, Christie, ClearOne, Crestron, C-Touch, Cyviz, Imago & Polycom, Kramer Electronics, LG, Medium, Medialon, Mitsubishi Electric, NEC, Revolabs, Samsung, SiliconCore, Sony, Tukans and Vaddio.

During the Technology Day, a member of the Electrosonic team will guide each visitor through the exhibition, visiting each supplier to discuss the new technologies and solutions and how they can be integrated into each visitor's current facility. There will also be a number of education sessions and presentations throughout the day.

"We are very excited to bring back the Technology Day to Aberdeen for the third time," commented Colin Lemmings, director of corporate solutions at Electrosonic. "Suitable for IT and facilities managers, this event will give attendees a real insight into how Electrosonic delivers integrated audio-visual solutions which enable clients to communicate easily, efficiently and cost-effectively. The collaboration systems we deliver use the latest technologies to enable people to work together on projects simultaneously, even though they may be located far apart from each other."

Electrosonic has been supporting the energy industry in Aberdeen for over four years and is experienced in installing complex equipment both on and offshore. The company's new premises in Cults provides local service and workshop facilities, stores, and a fabrication space.

(Jim Evans)

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