Matrix Display Systems will be hosting an exclusive audio visual technology day on 16th November 2010 from 10.30am until 4.00pm.
The event will be held at the Birmingham Millennium Point and feature an array of exhibitors showcasing new technology for education, public sector and corporate clients.
Technology surrounds us everyday and is an integral part of everyday living. This event will help delegates understand how technology is increasingly used to promote creativity and stimulate learning. Visitors will be able to view the latest audio visual and video conferencing equipment from top manufacturers, gain an informative insight into best practice and see live demonstrations whilst getting hands on experience with the latest technology.
Nicki Hayes, Midlands and North Sales Manager at Matrix, said: “We are delighted to host this event and help educators and learners embrace future technologies. It’s a good opportunity for our clients to receive professional advice from industry experts and enhance their knowledge of learning through technology.”
To register, please visit avmachines.com and submit the registration form.
Founded in 1991, Matrix Display Systems specialises in supplying and installing bespoke interactive teaching and learning environment. Solutions are designed with issues such as security, health, safety and the environment in mind. Matrix services over 60 Local Authorities from nursery to university level.
Matrix (matrixdisplay.com) is a division of the largest audio visual systems integrator in the UK, Audio Visual Machines Ltd (AVM). AVM (avmachines.com) was established in 1990 and is the leading audio visual and video conferencing systems integrator in the UK with over 200 staff in 4 offices. The company designs, supplies, programs and supports complex audio visual solutions ranging from boardroom presentation suites to IP-based video conferencing networks. AVM has UK and international clients including BP (NYSE: BP), Shell (LSE: RDSA), IBM (NYSE:IBM), PricewaterhouseCoopers and Government Agencies.