With a stand of 70 m2, the manufacturer not only will this event its latest developments in screens LED technology, or ultra high-definition drivers of the company, but will make a special focus on show professionals the benefits of with their systems.
Technological preparations for some companies for their participation in ISA 2017From 7 to 10 February in Amsterdam, have not been waiting. This is the case of American DaktronicsWhich will have a space of 70 m2 on RAI (hall 8 - stand N263) to show their advances in LED display technology, displays UHD with drivers and provide a soft HDR, and content transmission 4K and design elements architectural and a number of traditional products within 4mm pixel pich.
As Pete Egart, vice president of EMEA Daktronics, "along with a wide sample of products, in the 2017 edition show some of the benefits available to our customers, as the versatility of the screen, high image quality and durability," explains.
Using the patented equipment Daktronics control screens owners can maximize HDR color space. UHD product line the company uses its precision current control (PCC) to control the different power requirements of each LED die.
"This technology allows us to create stunning visual displays that outperform the competition throughout its life -puntualiza Egart-. It consumes much less energy and requires less service calls, which together represents a faster return on investment and a more powerful experience for the audience of our customers. "
At ISE 2017, professionals can also meet some of the most emblematic installations with systems Daktronics worldwide, and how to use various LED technologies to create unique experiences, such as that in the Casino of Las Vegas, making a canvas digital system in three dimensional visual.
As Egart recalls, "Daktronics has attended ISE for thirteen consecutive years, dating back to the first trade fair held in 2004 in Switzerland. ISE remains an event to share ideas and listen to the needs of customers and partners, who are helping us in our R & D ".
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