Panasonic brings technology to Budapest

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Panasonic is introducing its audio-visual solutions at his professional conference of 2014 entitled “Sharing the vision”.

The event is portraying innovations of fields like business, education, entertainment, broadcasting and security. Visitors can get an up close view of Panasonic’s revolutionary products and systems.

“At the conference we present our 84 inch 4K resolution diplays, 16,000 lumen projector, the world’s first 20 inch 4K resolution tablet and face recognition technology supporting security and marketing solutions” said Hana Gruzova, the regional marketing leader of Panasonic. “The conference is a great opportunity for companies who are seeking for intelligent and secure solutions to impress cients” she added.

Topics covered on the conference: professional chamber technology, exterior and interior digital advertisement displays, Full HD network security cameras, fire alarm solutions and the world’s first fan-less Intel Core i5 tablet with Windows 8.1 Pro for extreme conditions.

The conference is hosted in Budapesti Vasúttörténeti Múzeum on May 29.

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