Whatever shape and form hybrid takes, getting people to communicate and collaborate is fundamental to helping business to flourish. Our whitepaper offers a practical guide to the new way of working.
The NEC WD551 Windows Collaboration Display is a Technology Finalist at the Inavation Awards 2022!
Fiera Barcelona, Spain, Hall 3 Booth E600
At ISE 2022 - now taking place in May - Sharp NEC Display Solutions invites you to experience a synergy of innovation and expertise as we forge a unified approach from which our customers can expect more. Innovation in 8K for instance brings more clarity and more depth; an outstanding and broader product line-up bring more choice and flexibility; and our shared resources and commitment to quality bring more efficiency, sustainability and impact. We are looking forward to seing you there!
From Analogue to Digital – Upgrading the Shopping Experience With Digital Signage
In its store in Berlin’s Spandau Arcaden, until recently, the fashion brand WALBUSCH used analogue advertising media to draw attention to current fashion trends. This has now been replaced by digital signage modules from Sharp/NEC.
Sharp/NEC’s dv LED products bring bezel-free viewing experiences to indoor and outdoor environments; up close or distant, the audience is treated to astonishingly vivid colours and superb clarity for the greatest impact. Either free standing, wall mounted or for seamless integration into interiors. Find out more on our new Direct View LED micropage.
Centralised signage delivery to engage audiences and reduce costs
Serving the Highland community with a state-of-the-art entertainment venue, Eden Court employs display technology from Sharp/NEC to promote forthcoming shows, films, projects and events with tailored content scheduled to optimise engagement and reduce costs.
Reliable, 24/7 monitoring of emergency services
New investment at the Regional Security Centre proves that crisis management sector institutions must continue to function effectively and develop for future operations despite the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic. The Centre, which serves the District of Olsztyn in Poland, chooses ultra-narrow bezel visual technology from Sharp/NEC to equip its emergency services control rooms.