Panasonic's path-breaking business solutions unveiled

Panasonics path-breaking business solutions unveiled
Panasonic is also hosting an interactive session of product demos.

By Abdul Basit

Published: Sun 16 Oct 2016, 6:06 PM

Last updated: Mon 17 Oct 2016, 12:25 AM

Panasonic on Sunday introduced its latest range of business solutions at Gitex Technology Week 2016 and the Japanese electronics giant claimed this year will leave the visitors in awe of the path-breaking solutions that can potentially be the essence of their businesses.
At the show, key highlight of Panasonic's exhibit booth is the newest innovative display solutions corner that will harbor an assorted collection of never-seen-before solutions like BalloonCam, Transparent Display, Transparent Screen, Windows AR Projection and Video Wall. In addition, the company is hosting an interactive session of product demos direct from the show floor.
Panasonic's latest drone 'Ballooncam is set to change the future of mega events with innovative features that enable it to produce hi-res videos, and simultaneously relay them using a projector and LEDs.
Ballooncam combines a drone with a large balloon and is designed to address the increasing demand among event organisers for innovative entertainment as the staging of events becomes more sophisticated.
"At mega-events such as World Expo 2020 in Dubai and 2022 FIFA World Cup Qatar, digital technology will deliver immersive and interactive visitor experiences," Shinichi Wakita, managing director, Marketing Middle East and Africa at Panasonic, told reporters at a news conference.
As, Middle East is at the forefront of adopting the latest innovations, Panasonic is committed to driving the regions smart digital future, with products and solutions, including supporting the startup eco system, of any size or scale of projects, Wakita says.
"We are displaying a plethora of innovative display solutions which will be a boon to many industry verticals. The BalloonCam drone type camera is making its appearance for the first time outside of Japan and is something to look forward to," he added.
Transparent screen at the show utilises Panasonic's industry leading digital projection in a specially developed system that puts beautiful video images onto glass windows and doors on demand. The solution switches between transparent and screen modes allowing you to maintain transparent functionality as necessary and choose when to showcase stunning digital content for visual impact. Also introduced this Gitex is Panasonic's Multiple Video Streaming System which transforms the image distribution methods of conventional surveillance cameras.Images from several cameras can be viewed at once on multiple devices. And the shared image can be controlled from each device.
Visual solutions
The key highlight in visual solutions is Light ID. Panasonic's informational digital signage and multi-language-support Light ID makes navigation easy for visitors by using their own smartphone running on iOS. Smartphones read ID signals sent by LED lighting that flickers on and off. By simply installing dedicated application software in the smartphone, Light IDs can be sent and received between Light ID transmitters (displays, LED signboards, etc., for digital signage use) and smartphone receivers.
Panasonic's projectors can shine out at any size events with features fit for stage events, hall, signage, and surveillance applications. The PT-RZ31K 3-Chip DLP Solid Shine Laser Phosphor projector series of 30,000-lumen-class products offers outstanding performance and reliability with the benefits of world-leading 3-Chip DLP imaging and digital link single-cable transmission of video and control signals over long distances, technology. Other important products include video intercom, scanner, and Toughbook, etc. -abdulbasit@khaleejtimes.com




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