Absen at ISE 2019
Absen will once again take its place at ISE 2019 in Hall 12 / Stand C60 on 5-8th February at the RAI in Amsterdam, representing the 10th consecutive year that Absen will be exhibiting at the show.
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What to expect
Under the theme ‘Fine Pixel Generation’, Absen will be unveiling a new generation of narrow pixel pitch displays for both fixed installs and rental, which visitors can expect to see working in real-life scenarios including a meeting room, control room, live event and retail environments.
The stand, measuring 264sqm, will be Absen’s biggest booth to date. Additional products will be on display for Absen’s OOH and sports markets as well as a range of new concept products. Specific product launches will be announced closer to the time.
Absen’s team of experts will be on hand to advise visitors about the different use cases and give one-to-one demonstrations of the company’s wide portfolio of products. If you are looking for a private tour/demo or would like to book a meeting with one of our product specialists, please contact your account manager or email us at email@example.com.
We will also be hosting daily presentations and drinks on our booth.
We look forward to seeing you in Amsterdam!
When and Where
5 - 8 February 2019
Absen, Hall 12 Stand C60
Amsterdam RAI, Netherlands
Register for FREE entry using invitation code 706696
Absen - 16 years of international LED success
Whether you call them LED tiles, LED panels or just LED screens, whether you want to use them indoor or outdoor, permanently installed or mobile, Absen can offer you highly innovative and reliable LED technology solutions to realise inspiring visual experiences, from SD to HD, to Full HAD and 4K and beyond.
We combine traditional values with a global approach and state of the art LED display and screen technology.
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Our award winning LED technology is simple to install, tough and can be easily repaired, unlike LCD monitors that need to be completely replaced upon breakdown.