This is the company’s sixth consecutive exhibition at Integrated Systems Europe, one of the world’s largest AV shows. The 2019 edition is considered to be the largest in history with more space, events, visitors and exhibitors. The trade show is expected to attract over 80,000 attendees and 1,300 exhibitors.
As a part of the show, the company is to announce the upcoming release of TrueConf Room, the new software-based conference room solution that provides integrated 4K video conferencing experience for corporate meeting rooms. Another show highlight is TrueConf Kiosk, a click-to-call solution for self-service systems which has been recently released as an open source application for video kiosks. Finally, the visitors to TrueConf’s stand will witness the new TrueConf Server features.
Press attending ISE 2019 will receive a live demonstration of TrueConf solutions during a special press event, which will take place at TrueConf’s stand #11-C160 on February 5th at 12.30 PM. Press briefings can also be scheduled anytime outside this date by prior arrangement.
“We’re proud to unveil our new solutions for smart workplaces, meeting rooms and customer service systems to the global ISE community,” said Dmitry Odintsov, TrueConf’s CBDO. “We have expanded and diversified our video conferencing and AV portfolio and are excited to celebrate our 6th exhibition at Integrated Systems Europe with new customers, partners and installation professionals.”
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