Sharp prepares for InfoComm

Firm to exhibit under theme of 'Bigger Impact, Sharper Impression'
Sharp's stand at GITEX in 2013.
Sharp's stand at GITEX in 2013.

Share

Sharp Middle East and Africa will showcase a selection of its latest products including high-definition slim bezel signage monitors and interactive LED displays at InfoComm 2014.

The Sharp stand will be divided into specific zones that will represent the usage of display solutions for education, industry signage, business and art.

The education zone will host a range of Sharp’s products that help create integrated and smart learning environments enabled by technology. This fully interactive zone is a result of Sharp’s partnership with Global Learning, an education technology innovator and will showcase solutions such as the new 60” and 70” intelligent touch board, digital notice board, tablets and learning content from cloud campus.

Within the signage zone, Sharp will introduce solutions for the retail, banking and finance and entertainment industries. Technology on display will include the new PN-Y series of professional LED displays. Available in 55”(PN-Y555), 47” (PN-Y475), 42” (PN-Y425) and 32” (PN-Y325), these thin bezel displays are designed to operate up to 20 hours a day, 7 days a week and include a full range of PC and video connections. The zone will also include sensor based digital signage solutions, currency exchange and queue management displays that help enhance customer experiences at banks and retail outlets.

In the corporate zone, Sharp will display meeting room management solutions for businesses and boardrooms. This will include a line-up of next-generation HD video conferencing and collaboration solutions in partnership with Creston.

Finally, the art zone, artists will create live caricature and calligraphy on sharp interactive LED displays which will be streamed onto a 32” digital signage monitor on an easel stand that will electronically capture the content. This signage monitor comes equipped with its own Android player.

Ravinder Kumar, GM, business solutions division, Sharp Middle East & Africa said: “Following our successful participation at the 2013 edition, Sharp is returning to the Middle East’s flagship ICT event on a bigger scale with more exciting products being showcased at the event. Moreover, growing demand for our interactive display technologies across sectors such as retail and education has influenced the make-up and design of our stand this year. From looking at a new era of possibilities in digital retail design to immersive education experiences, the zones will demonstrate how our cutting-edge display and signage solutions are transforming businesses in the region.”

 

Most Popular

Editor's Choice

StarzPlay’s tech powers India’s Lionsgate Play
Provides managed services, developed by StarzPlay, to mark successful launch of Lionsgate Play ...
Subscribe to Digital Studio Middle East
The latest editor of Digital Studio Middle East, the foremost and most respected platform for ...
Dubai's Faisal Hashmi working on feature film
10 short films in 10 years has earned Faisal Hashmi international plaudits at film festival, ...

Don't Miss a Story