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congatec Launches Virtual Trade Show Booth

By Mike Ball / 30 Nov 2021

congatec virtual trade show booth

congatec has launched a digital trade show booth as a permanent fixture on the company’s website. Designed as a digital twin of the company’s engagement at real trade shows and events, the new facility provide additional learning opportunities for potential customers who are unable to attend trade fairs and exhibitions due to the pandemic.

The new congatec virtual exhibition complements a total of 11 in-person events worldwide by the end of 2021. Booth staff will be available round the clock on weekdays, allowing interested parties looking to get information and share ideas about the latest embedded and edge computing technologies to engage in conversation at any time. Visitors can chat or view the latest presentations just like at a real trade show using any simple browser, and congatec has designed the virtual booth so that obtaining information is only marginally different from what you’d expect from a visit to an in-person event.

The virtual booth acts as a central information hub for congatec’s latest technologies, products and service offerings. It includes current product demonstrations and application examples, as well as presentations on the latest technologies, a sales partner area, and a library to browse through. Potential job applicants will also find a list of vacancies and journalists an overview of the latest news. If a press conference is planned, this will be indicated separately as usual and individual invitations sent out.

Christian Eder, Director Marketing at congatec, commented: “We invite the embedded community to check out our latest developments, free of any obligations. Visitors can interact with a member of staff via the chat functions. It’s the same low-threshold access to information we provide at live in-person trade shows.”

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Posted by Mike Ball Mike Ball is our resident technical editor here at Unmanned Systems Technology. Combining his passion for teaching, advanced engineering and all things unmanned, Mike keeps a watchful eye over everything related to the unmanned technical sector. With over 10 years’ experience in the unmanned field and a degree in engineering, Mike’s been heading up our technical team here for the last 8 years. Connect & Contact