B-Tech to bring latest solutions to Beijing InfoComm show

23 Mar 18


InfoComm China







InfoComm China, Beijing. April 11-13. Stand PD3-01

Staff from B-Tech’s Ningbo and Hanoi offices are preparing to return to Beijing for the InfoComm exhibition, which opens its doors on April 11th.

Hosted at the China National Conference Centre, the show is the largest event of its type in the region and brings the latest AV technology from leading manufacturers all under one roof. China is continuing to enjoy immense growth in the digital sector - expected to create 415 million jobs by 2035.

China’s digital infrastructure and digital signage is transforming urban towns into smart cities. Digital signage, outdoor display monitors, interactive information kiosks and iris access control biometric systems are just some of the digital solutions that are transforming urban living in the region as well as creating immense opportunities for solution providers.

B-Tech will be at the show alongside our partner in the greater China region - InAVation Awards distributor of the year - Mindstec, showcasing key products from our extensive range of mounting solutions.

Our ever-popular BT8310 pop-out video wall mount will be on show, alongside its sister mount - the ultra-slim BT8312. Also on show will be a selection of solutions from our hugely popular System X range - highlighting ways it can be used to fulfil some of the most common mounting requirements; videowalls, menu boards, single screen signage as well as demonstrating how it can be used for curved applications.

Jenny Li, B-Tech’s Area Sales Manager in the region, said: “We are still witnessing a technology boom in Asia and this show is always an exciting time for us. Digital signage is now popular everywhere in China and surrounding territories and our solutions for menu boards, video walls, kiosks and single displays are benefitting integrators with safe, secure and time saving installations. We look forward to showing our latest products in Beijing, and welcoming valued customers old and new.”

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