InfoComm 2015 has come and gone, months of preparation went into our booth and we couldn’t be happier with the way it turned out! We’re happy to have such great relationships with 3D Exhibits and Da-Lite who helped make us a success. This year, we exhibited with Hitachi Kokusai Electric who displayed their broadcast cameras and Hitachi’s Security Solutions Group who introduced their new PTZ cameras. Whatever you are looking for, Hitachi has a solution for you! Looking forward to InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas!
The Scotiabank Training Center has created a new and innovative way to train its employees: high brightness projectors and interactive whiteboards. The Scotiabank Training Center in Mexico City has installed four CP-AW3003 projectors connected to four StarBoard Link EZ2 interactive whiteboards to train new and existing employees. The digital classroom was designed with the aim of reducing costs in education and training of employees at various levels within the company.
The StarBoard Link EZ2 interactive whiteboard creates a transformative learning environment for a hands-on training experience. Paired with the CP-AW3003 projectors, Scotiabank is able to cut training time through the interactive learning process. Time is used more efficiently and learning the bank’s systems is made easier than ever before.
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“We chose the Hitachi projector because its brand is widely known for quality and customer service,” Bruce Cowan explained. Mr. Cowan is an Elder, Treasurer and Video Operator of the Washington church. “We specifically chose the CP-WX8255A because it fit our needs to go wide-screen and its 5500 lumens makes a huge difference in our sanctuary.”
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Building on its incredibly successful, multi-year relationship, Team Penske and Hitachi America, Ltd., Digital Media Division, Business Solutions Group are collaborating to upgrade Penske’s state-of-the-art headquarters in Mooresville, NC with cutting-edge Hitachi technology including LCD and DLP projectors, HDTVs and DVD/Blu-ray players.
The systems provided by Hitachi include: five LE55H508 55” HD televisions; three HBD316 DVD/Blu-ray players and two projectors, models CP-X2530WN and CP-DX300. With their new Hitachi HDTVs state-of-the-art picture performance, Team Penske will have an incredibly life-like viewing experience. The feature rich televisions are the result of over 50 years of expert television engineering.
“At Hitachi, we strive for success in each and every facet of our business, from innovative products to a major sponsorship in the ultra-competitive world of INDYCAR racing. We couldn’t be more pleased to partner with Team Penske once again.” said Hiroshi Murakawa, Vice President and General Manager, Hitachi America Ltd, Digital Media Division.
“We are proud of what we have been able to accomplish not only with this project, but also in our continued relationship with Hitachi,” said Tim Cindric, President of Penske Racing. “In the areas where we needed to upgrade our facility, Hitachi is an industry leader so it really was a natural fit. We appreciate Hitachi’s guidance and partnership to ensure our equipment is state-of-the-art moving forward.”