- The differentiating design of GESAB’s control consoles was well received in the North-American event.
- GESAB introduced projects for control rooms using virtual reality through the GIE VR (Gesab Immersive Experience) system.
GESAB was present at the latest edition of InfoComm Las Vegas 2016, an excellent opportunity to present its comprehensive solutions for control rooms and centers. For three days, GESAB showed its cutting edge consoles and, as a novelty, used virtual reality to do so.
GESAB presented the North-American market with its GIE VR (Gesab Immersive Experience), a system that offers an immersive experience through which visitors were able to discover the products from a first person perspective. Through virtual reality, it is possible to feel as if one were inside of a control room and experience future projects even before they are built.
GESAB’s differentiating and ergonomic design has been the perfect stepping-stone to get into the North-American market. The simple and clean lines and silhouettes of innovative designs are clear characteristics of the company and are present in the ACTEA and Advantis NG consoles, both shown at the event. A breath of fresh air in the control room industry of today.
GESAB has more and more presence in the United States, developing projects throughout the entire country with national and international public and private companies such as NYSEG, Universal Space Networks, Enel Green Power or DSM, among others. In addition, GESAB is currently working on several important projects with renowned entities such as NASA.
InfoComm Las Vegas 2016 was a great opportunity to show clients and integrators all of GESAB’s potential, a company that has been developing international projects for 25 years in the whole world. GESAB to excellent weapons to continue increasing business opportunities in the North-American market, innovative designs and the capacity to offer comprehensive solutions for control rooms and centers, fully customizable to the client’s needs.