Ideum at InfoComm 2015 in Dubai

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Ideum will exhibit at the InfoComm 2015 Middle East & Africa conference in Dubai. The conference runs from October 19th to the 22nd.

Ideum is attending some exciting conferences in the near future. We will be sharing an exhibit booth with our exclusive Middle East partner 2point0 Concepts at the InfoComm Middle East & Africa conference in Dubai. InfoComm MEA brings together experts in the field of communication technology. We’ll be demonstrating some of our latest hardware, including a Presenter 46, a new Platform 55 4K UHD table, a Drafting Table 4K UHD 55, and a 42″ Coffee table.

Some of our newest software will be on display, including software for real estate companies and scientific research facilities. We’ll also be demonstrating our new fiducial technology, which uses 3D objects to trigger specific content on a table. Come see it all at Booth TA-A44!

Please note: Ideum multitouch tables, on display at the show, will be for sale at a discounted rate.

Ideum will show its new 55″ 4K UHD projected capacitive touch model at InfoComm 2015 in Dubai.

While we are in Dubai, we’ll also be stopping by GITEX 2015, which is happening simultaneously nearby. GITEX is an exciting and influential tech event; the themes for this year’s conference are innovation and the Internet of Everything. We’re happy to be attending!

In November, you’ll find us at the Museum Computer Network conference in Minneapolis. There, we’ll both be sharing our latest work at an exhibit booth and presenting about our Great Inka Road project with the Smithsonian National Museum of the American Indian. We’ll share more details on that conference soon.

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