dnp Makes Creating the Ultimate Meeting Room Experience a Main Priority at ISE 2018

dnp denmark will set out to demonstrate how to achieve the ultimate meeting room experience at this year’s ISE 2018 show (February 6-9).

Hence their booth (1-E50) will be divided into two distinct sections. In the meeting room, they will show the dnp LaserPanel, integrated with the Executive Classic furniture, as well as an improved version of the dnp Supernova XL — now with a less visible seam — and the dnp Supernova Flex Classic.

This area of the stand will be faced by an independent retail/digital signage zone, where dnp will demonstrate the very popular Supernova Blade and showcase a future possible transparent display solution. As is now customary, they will take the opportunity to compare other projection materials against the dnp Supernova material and to further show how far screen definition has progressed, will exhibit the dnp LaserPanel Touch.

Stated Soeren Kraemmergaard, VP global sales & marketing at dnp, “With a growing recognition that ambient light levels are forever increasing, we are focusing on meeting rooms and digital signage. We are determined to show how well the dnp LaserPanel products fit into these types of applications — raising the meeting experience using these and the dnp Supernova displays.

“We will of course also still position ourselves as the best optical projection display provider when it comes to coping with light in the room, thanks to our ambient light rejection technology.”

In fact dnp has now produced a targeted Make Room For Better Meetings guide, which has been especially developed for end-users.

“It’s a subject that is being spoken about more and more,” continues Kraemmergaard. “There are five key ingredients that go into producing the optimum meeting environment and that is the room itself, furniture, lighting, Display and Connectivity — and then the layout and ergonomics of the room.

“With time being such a valuable and expensive resource, there is no place in the modern age for poorly staged meetings. Better meetings make or more positive decisions, thereby increasing productivity.”