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In pictures: Integrate Expo 2012
Annual expo for 500 brands and their AV offerings.
Aug 21, 2012
Sydney today played host to the annual Integrate Expo at the Convention Centre. 500 brands came together to put forth their audio visual, entertainment, ICT and UC products. Several big name brands, such as Samsung, dominated the floor with huge displays.
Samsung's display. The company was there to market its panel displays ahead of a push into the education sector, via its interactive whiteboard.
NEC had a similarly large display, with some interesting spelling. NEC told us an enthusiastic Japanese executive had let his inner artist out.
The NEC stand.
Mitsubishi Electric dominated the back half of the conference hall. It was also showcasing its displays, alongside other products.
The Epson stand. It was showing off its range of projectors.
Inside the Epson stand. Its projectors are available across corporate, custom installation and education markets.
Panasonic took the opportunity to launch a slew of new products, including a 65in interactive plasma display slated for November, a high-def 3D video conferencing solution, LCD projector, lamp-free projector, displays, fixed dome indoor security cameras and a 55in LED video wall.
Showcasing the high-definition 3D video conferencing.
Panasonic's interactive display.
The Sony stand displayed the company's broadcast & professional solutions and medical products.
The LG display.
Hills SVL was there to showcase its AV solutions.
The Corsair stand.
TouchIT Technologies drew attention from conference-goers for its touch-based interactive products. The company focuses on corporate and education markets.
Phillips and its displays.
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