On the 27th of October 2017 Cinos and Blueprint Interiors exhibited in partnership at the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) Autumn Expo.
Join Cinos and Blueprint Interiors as we exhibit at the Greater Birmingham Chambers of Commerce (GBCC) Autumn Expo on the 27th October 2017.
We are pleased to announce the latest ClickShare model, the CSE-800, is now shipping in the UK and Europe.
Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) is an annual, four-day event held in February at the Amsterdam RAI exhibition centre. This year the show welcomed over 73,000 registered attendees – a record for the event, with 1,192 leading AV manufacturers and service suppliers showcasing their latest products and solutions.
One of the first meetings we had scheduled at ISE was with Adam Wilson from Intevi. This was the first year Intevi had their own stand at ISE and Adam was keen to show us their latest solution – Intevi Digital Televsion (IDT).
In Hall 11 of the Amsterdam RAI we met up with Tony Ingles on the Prysm stand to see the latest developments in their impressive collaboration product; the Prysm Visual Workplace.
As a Barco Gold Partner, the team from Cinos were eager to see the latest member of the ClickShare family - the CSE-800, unveiled at ISE 2017. The CSE-800 has been built for enterprise roll outs such as large meeting rooms and boardrooms and comes with some exciting new features.
In hall 11 of the Amsterdam RAI our team visited the Cisco stand where we saw the Spark Board – a cloud-based product that Cisco have invented to enhance the meeting room experience; connecting physical rooms to virtual spaces.
Whilst at ISE 2017 the team from Cinos visited the HARMAN stand and caught up with Account Manager Will Turney to find out about the latest product developments, specifically concerning the AMX by HARMAN product range.
As we entered the Europa Entrance of the Amsterdam RAI we could not miss the hugely impressive Crestron stand where the latest technology was being showcased. The Cinos team caught up with our Account Manager, Craig Storey, who took us through the latest developments.