Panasonic showcases visual solutions in Qatar

    Seminar in Qatar showcases Panasonic's visual solutions for various booming industries in the country
    The seminar underway in Qatar.
    The seminar underway in Qatar.


    Panasonic Marketing Middle East and Africa in collaboration with Techno Q, organised a seminar in Qatar that took place on May 11th and 12th to showcase its visual solutions for various booming industries in the country. The seminar addressed patrons from the education sector and consultants.

    The GCC’s audio visual market is showing one of the world’s fastest growth rates - a shift being led by rising demand for products, equipment and services for GCC megaprojects and events such as the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar and Dubai Expo 2020, with the hospitality and retail sectors expected to reap most of the benefits.

    Qatar's successful 2022 world cup bid will likely accelerate large-scale infrastructure projects, industrial conventions, aviation and hospitality projects and more.

    Simultaneously, development and expansion of Qatar’s education system has also become one of the cornerstones of the National Vision 2030.

    In line with the country’s vision to boost the education sector and to meet the surging demands of hi-tech visual solutions for the upcoming mega projects, Panasonic Marketing Middle East & Africa used the seminar to showcase its latest solutions in categories like professional display, projectors, HDVC, security and pro-AV solutions.

    The seminar also served as a platform for patrons from education industry and consultants to interact with experts from Panasonic and also to ‘touch and feel’ the latest technologies that Panasonic is offering in the visual solutions category.

    Yasuo Yamasaki, director - system solutions and communications division, PMMAF, commented: “Our solutions have changed the landscape for many industries all over the world and will similarly empower industries in Qatar for marching towards the future. Given the changing market dynamics in the region, we are hopeful that our customers can embrace future in exciting forms.”

    Abdulla Alansari, executive director, Techno Q, added: “The uprising of visual technology is opening doors for education authorities to engage students into innovative learning and reaching them through the high-speed communications networks that connect students both in and out of the classroom. Panasonic has introduced these exceptionally outstanding solutions that will enhance not just the learning experience but teaching as well.”

    “Speaking of the mega projects in Qatar, we believe that Panasonic’s solutions are the best way to prepare ourselves to welcome the biggest of world events," he concluded.

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