The Netherlands - Panasonic's presence at ISE 2015 will showcase the latest in 4K and laser technology, as well as visual solutions aimed at a range of industry verticals.

Among the innovations promised at this year's show are a pixel quadrupling 4K projector, laser projectors that achieve industry leading brightness and a successor to the PT-DZ21K, Europe's most successful high brightness projector.

Panasonic will also showcase its newly developed remote monitoring and managed service solution - demonstrating results of a trial with a leading UK university, which used Panasonic's own Early Warning System, connected with M2M technology.

The company has increased the size of its booth at ISE to an impressive 600sqm, which reflects the importance of the event to the company. Jan Markus Jahn, director of visual system solutions, said: "ISE is the centrepiece of our annual marketing efforts. It is the perfect place for us to present our end-to-end line up of projectors and displays, cleverly integrated with third party products to show the true power of audio visual solutions, for sectors such as public displays or education.

"Our technology is helping numerous industries to improve communications, strengthen brands, reach new customers and heighten the customer experience.

"One example is within the automotive industry, where the outstanding picture quality and ease of set-up of our professional displays, has made them a popular choice for dealer showrooms."

Panasonic is leading the shift to laser light source projection, and will further strengthen its line-up of high brightness, maintenance free laser projectors.

"We have seen a great take up of laser light source projectors, which offer long lasting performance, high brightness and very accurate colour reproduction. We have seen a lot of interest from education and visitor attractions where projectors are in use for extended periods and the lack of maintenance makes it an attractive proposition," added Jan Markus Jahn.

A year on from the introduction of a 98" 4K professional display, ISE will this year be used to introduce the first 4K projector from Panasonic.

"4K is the new flagship in our projection line-up," says Jahn. "We will introduce a large venue projector which features newly engineered, industry first, pixel quadrupling technology. It will join our 4K broadcast products, video cameras, televisions and displays to truly outline our end-to-end capability in 4K."

(Jim Evans)

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