Panasonic Business, a leading audiovisual technology provider, is celebrating a successful 2019 and looking ahead to upcoming projects and events in the new year.
Panasonic Business is pleased to announce that it has completed a successful year, and sends thanks to its customers and partners for their support. As well as enjoying a No. 1 market share, the company attended several memorable events during 2019, including Learntec 2019 in Germany.
At the System Integrator Tech Days, Panasonic provided in-depth AV technology training and workshops in 20 cities across Europe. It also exhibited its range of projectors and displays at the OEB for Education conference.
During 2019, the company launched a full range of entry-level to future-proof high-end products including the PT-RCQ10, MZ16 and VMZ60 series of laser projectors. It also added to its 4K professional displays line-up with the SQ1, EQ1 and CQ1 series.
Brightening up ISE 2020
Panasonic Business is also looking ahead to 2020. Firstly it will be showcasing the world’s smallest 50K lm PT-RQ50K projector at ISE 2020 from 11 – 14 February in Amsterdam. This all-in-one projector combines high image quality with reliability.
The new model enables users to create transcendent experiences across live events and entertainment, including eSports. A single RQ50K projector delivers the same performance as multiple lower brightness projectors. This saves on both installation and set-up time.
Panasonic will be exhibiting in Hall 1 at booth #1-H20 at ISE 2020 – the largest AV and systems integration show in the world. The team is encouraging its customers to register now for a free ISE 2020 pass
The world’s thinnest even bezel video wall
Panasonic also recently announced the release of the world’s thinnest 0.44mm even bezel video wall displays, available to purchase from February 2020. The new models (TH-55VF2H/TH-55VF2) allow for the configuration of virtually seamless, multi-screen displays for dynamic, large-screen images.
These new models have an anti-glare surface on the IPS panel, to suppress external reflections and maintain higher legibility, Due to this, these displays are ideal for use in monitoring rooms and public facilities.
Based on HDBaseTTM technology, DIGITAL LINK supports audio, video, and control signal transmission over long distances. It can also be used to daisy-chain via a single cable. The displays feature a two-system input switch that can be used to back up the signal with fail-over and fail-back if required. This ensures a high level of reliability.
An immersive experience at ARoS museum
“Projectors are one of the most important tools when we create exhibitions,” says Noriko Taniguchi from teamLab. “It’s like paint for the painters to make our artwork and concept visible.”
At ARoS, Aarhus Art Museum in Denmark, the teamLab art collective has used nine Panasonic PT-MZ670 projectors for their unique art exhibition.
Panasonic Business offers many industry-leading and unique products and services and has been innovating for over a century, developing technology to make work easier, quicker and better.