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NEC announce Display Solutions Showcase at Battersea Power Station

Press release:

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NEC Display Solutions to host third Display Solutions Showcase at London’s Battersea Power Station
 
Compelling opportunities at the industry forum for Display technology
 
London, 4 March 2011 - NEC Display Solutions announce the third annual Solutions Showcase to take place on Wednesday 6th April. NEC Display Solutions, in conjunction with their Solutions Partners, will showcase the latest developments to impact on the Displays industry at the most unique and compelling Display Solutions event of the year to be held within the backdrop of London‘s iconic Battersea Power Station.
 
The NEC Solutions Showcase enjoys an established reputation as a unique forum to exchange ideas and to experience a vast range of innovative technology solutions. The event focuses on application rather than product for a truly beneficial experience for anyone buying, installing or specifying within a Displays related environment.
 
The event will feature a number of interactive zones enabling visitors to experience real-life demonstrations within the key areas of Education, Digital out of Home, Control Rooms, Professional Office and Meeting Rooms, 3D and Green Display Technology. This is not just another exhibition but a unique chance to get hands-on with the latest technology from some of the industry‘s pioneering leaders. New for 2011, the Showcase will be augmented by two free of charge seminars hosted by ‘The Screen Forum’ covering “Education – maximising your budget” and “Wayfinding” from research undertaken at Westfield Shopping Centre. The Screen Forum UK is an independent group dedicated to the ongoing development of the digital signage industry. Its members include representatives from all aspects of this rapidly growing medium, and its events aim to promote best practice across the industry through the sharing of expertise and thought-leadership.
 
Demonstrating within the zones at the show will be some of NEC’s Display Solutions Partners including SMART, Instore Media, Scala, Nexus, Pixel Inspiration, AMX, OneLan, U-touch, CBS, TeamMate, Extron, Dexon, Lifesize, DAS Business Furniture, Ergonomic Solutions, Matrox, Crestron, NexNix, VBrick, Saturn Visual, Whitespace, 3D International and Amazing Interactive and many more.
 
‘The NEC Solutions Showcase is the manifestation of what NEC Display Solutions represents as the leading provider of commercial display solutions.’ said Simon Jackson, VP NEC Display Solutions. ‘I am delighted by the response to our annual Showcase both in terms of the quality, quantity and mix of attendees but also by the genuine cooperation between our Solutions Partners and I am confident of even greater rewards for all participants in 2011’.
 
Open to anyone buying, installing or specifying within the displays industry, visitors are invited to attend the event free of charge in order to meet with the NEC team and explore possible opportunities whilst earning a chance to win an iPod! The event will take place on Wednesday 6th April with the Education seminar in the morning and the Wayfinding seminar in the afternoon. Located at Battersea Power Station, Gate 1, Cringle Street, London SW8 5BN there are opportunities to tour the original 1930s control room before it is completely refurbished in 2012.
 
Shuttle buses are every 10 mins from Victoria and Vauxhall Station. Nearest tube: Victoria, Sloane Square 10 min walk. Nearest train: Battersea Park, Victoria and Waterloo. Free unlimited car parking on site.
 
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