Panasonic will leverage
its technologies and track record in high-profile global events as it gears up
to empower business organizations participating at mega events, like the upcoming
Expo 2020 in Dubai.
The company also announced that it will deploy skilled experts on
site throughout the Expo’s six-month run to ensure delivery of high-level
end-to-end solutions to customers across different sectors.
Yasuo Yamasaki – Director, System Solutions &
Communications Division, PMMAF, said, “As the first ever event of such magnitude to be hosted in the Middle
East, Expo 2020 is expected to draw millions of international visitors to
innovations and a legacy of
technological excellence are the pillars of our expansive range of B2B products
and solutions. Not only do we put significant emphasis on product value, but equally
important to us as a management focus is delivering excellent customer experience. We are
readying our team of Service experts to
provide onsite support and service to ensure hassle-free operations throughout
the Expo. By offering unrivaled end-to-end solutions, Panasonic creates value that delivers
long-term returns for customers.”
A key advantage for
Panasonic is the fact that the Japanese electronics giant has successfully provided a wide range of innovative
solutions, technologies and products to other global events in the past such as
the Expo Milano 2015. Internally Panasonic say it supplied
over 640 visual systems in over 40 pavilions, running for 15
hours per day over a continuous six-month period. The brand’s projectors
were used to create breathtaking images on a huge variety of surfaces
while interactive touch-screen and video-wall panels impressed audiences.
As Official Ceremony Partner to the Olympic and Paralympic Games Rio
2016, Panasonic provided visual operations for both the event’s Opening and
Closing Ceremonies. This includes spectacular large-scale mapped visuals
carefully programmed and projected from four directions using about 110
Panasonic PT-DZ21K2 projectors.
The new PT-RZ31K SOLID SHINE Laser projector was also used for moments
throughout the event. In addition, the company was also in charge of providing projector
system designs, technical consultation, system installation, and onsite
operation and maintenance of the visual systems at the Games.
increasing engagement is the name of the game today. Panasonic is all about
creating bespoke experiences and engaging audiences. We put great effort in understanding the individual business requirements of our
customers. This awareness the ability to put the right technology plus
optimum support in place ensures that we provide our customers with the
highest levels of service that add real and measurable value,” Yamasaki added.