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Profiling 3D Display Technology, eco credentials and projector range

(PresseBox) (Amsterdam, ) Panasonic Marketing Europe has announced that it will focus on three key technology themes as part of its continued commitment to the industry at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) conference in Amsterdam. The company will highlight areas of importance to the professional AV market in Europe, including its latest 3D Display solutions for a variety of installations, its commitment to its eco credentials through the carbon offset programme as well as its range of professional projectors, all of which will be available to view at the Panasonic stand in Hall 1.

Returning for its 6th year, Panasonic will use ISE to announce the pricing and shipment numbers of its DZ110 3-chip DLP projector range, one of the most compact devices of its kind. With 10,600 lumens of brightness, it's designed for a wide range of rental and public display venues such as live events, auditoriums. The world's largest display, Panasonic's 152" plasma will be showing 3D content in 4K resolution, while the rest of the 3D series, 85" and 103" displays will be showcasing different uses and applications such as home cinema and prototype design.

David Martin, general marketing manager for Panasonic Displays said: "ISE provides the perfect opportunity for us to demonstrate our 3D display technology to the industry. The demand for 3D displays is only set to grow as more content becomes available and as innovation in display technology opens up new applications for 3D. The versatility of our three large format displays only reinforces our position as a clear market leader."

With a dedicated Eco Corner on the stand, Panasonic will be outlining the steps it's taking to develop eco friendly projectors and outlining how its customers and partners can take advantage of its Carbon Offset Programme to reduce their net contribution to global warming. The Offset for Life initiative for professional projectors allows customers to calculate their carbon footprint based on the number, and model, of projectors in operation, factoring in function and typical weekly usage. The method of calculation has been verified by Price WaterHouse Coopers, and the results are an accurate representation of the CO? generated during the active lifetime of a projector.

"We are committed to reducing the impact of our own business activities on the environment, but also creating business-styles that can help make the best use of resources and energy for others. Over the past decade we've improved the efficiency of our lightsources and have consequently reduced power consumption of our projectors by 57 percent since 2000. (based on our 10,000 lumen model)," said Christian Sokcevic, General Manager of Marketing and Sales for Broadcast and Projectors. "Our eco credentials coupled with our cutting-edge projectors, means we can help our customers meet their own CSR targets."

On 1st February at 11:30am CET, Panasonic will be hosting a press event at its stand (Hall 1 H59) to showcase the products and solutions at this year's ISE. To register your place, please RSVP to

For more information, please visit Panasonic at ISE at Stand #1H59