Samsung has showcased its latest innovations in commercial and business screens at the Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2024 fair in Barcelona. The company has unveiled new interactive screens for educational environments, video conferencing spaces, and original supports for retail and advertising. One of the main attractions is the transparent microLED technology.
During the ISE event, Samsung announced its first interactive display certified by Google Enterprise Devices Licensing Agreement (EDLA). The WAD series, available in 65, 75, and 86-inch models, is powered by Android 13 and aims to provide a seamless and intuitive learning experience for teachers and students. The screen offers access to various educational applications through Google Play and allows access to Google services such as Google Classroom and Google Drive.
Samsung’s partnership with Google aims to expand Android’s reach to schools and businesses. The company is committed to offering innovative display solutions for classrooms and other areas. Additionally, Samsung has expanded its alliance with Cisco to offer collaboration experiences to hybrid workers. The Smart Signage QPD-5K model of 105 inches in size, 5K resolution, and a 21:9 aspect ratio is compatible with Cisco Room Kit EQ and certified for Microsoft Teams.
The partnership with Cisco aims to provide users with an accessible work environment, allowing them to feel as if they are sitting in the same room as their colleagues. This is essential in the current era of hybrid work, where workspaces need to be reinvented to facilitate communication and cooperation between employees.
Samsung’s stand at the fair also showcases a wide variety of solutions for advertising, both indoor and outdoor, as well as panels for shops and businesses of all types. The company aims to satisfy all the demands of its customers in the B2B screen category.
Finally, Samsung has presented the Transparent microLED for the first time in Europe. This revolutionary innovation was unveiled at CES 2024 in Las Vegas. The panels feature an extremely small microLED chip and a precision manufacturing process that eliminates seams and light refraction. This technology is set to revolutionize commercial and exhibition spaces, as it can simultaneously display important information about an event while offering a view of its broadcast or create a unique environment thanks to its transparent surface.
Since the debut of The Wall in 2018, a modular commercial display with microLED technology, Samsung has been working to lead this technology. The company continues to explore the infinite possibilities of next-generation display technology.
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