Barco, the global technology company, will be taking a host of new innovations on a roadshow across Europe. Starting in early April and going through until the end of June, the Barco tour will stop at over 50 events.
The company knows how important innovation is to professionals in the ProAV, events and corporate sectors. Barco’s products help people in the industry to provide exciting new experiences to their audiences. The tour is called “Shape it. Show it” and it aims to take some of the company’s latest innovations direct to industry professionals, allowing them to see the technology up close and in action. The roadshow begins at Prolight + Sound, the global entertainment technology exhibition which takes place in Germany at the start of April.
New technology on show
Barco will be showing a range of new products. These include single-chip laser projectors for a wide range of market segments, the brightest 4K laser projector under 100kg, and even a sneak preview of an all-new mid-level laser 3 chip DLP projector. Visitors can also view the innovative Rigiflex; the powerwall you can roll up. Other products on show will be Direct View LED tiles and UniSee; seamless LCD video walls with bezel-less viewing and an innovative mounting system.
Meeting customer needs
Barco knows that industry professionals need quality content and reliable solutions. The sector is constantly adding more exciting and impressive experiences for customers to enjoy, so new products need to keep up with this demand. At the roadshow, industry insiders will be able to see the products for themselves and learn about the new features.
The roadshow will be visiting Germany, France, Belgium, Italy, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland, UK, Poland, Czech Republic, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Denmark during the three-month tour.
Barco has been expanding its range of projectors with the new brighter F80s as well as a new G60-series, providing both mid-range and high-end solutions, both launched at ISE 2019. The company has also added four more projectors to the UDX-series.