Optoma to showcase visual display solutions at ISE 2023

Optoma, 4K UHD projection, and DLP brand will showcase its visual display solutions at Information Systems Europe (ISE) 2023. Optoma offers large display and software solutions across the business, education, professional installation, and home entertainment markets.

Highlights visitors can expect, include:

  • Connect with the latest Flat Panel Displays for education and corporate environments
  • Inspire with wow factor technology and experience larger-than-life all-in-one LED displays
  • Create innovative real-life applications using projection mapping and blending for engaging displays
  • Discover energy-saving technology with DuraCore laser projectors delivering lower power consumption
  • See intuitive, easy-to-use software solutions that help you work more efficiently
  • Learn about the Optoma Green Promise showing our commitment to reducing the overall environmental footprint of our products

Thierry Millet, Optoma EMEA Managing Director said, “We are excited to meet with our valued partners to showcase our innovative large display and software solutions across projection, interactive flat panels, and LED displays as well as our commitment to sustainability and eco-friendly solutions.”

Experts from Optoma’s local sales and technical support teams will be on hand to provide technical knowledge, one-to-one demonstrations, and sales support.

ISE 2022 takes place from 31st January – 3rd February 2023 at the Fira de Barcelona, Gran Via in Spain.

Company Details

Optoma Europe Ltd

42 Caxton Way
The Watford Business Park
WD18 8QZ

01923 691 800


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