PPDS has confirmed its participation at InfoComm India 2022 in Mumbai from 5th to 7th September where it will exhibit a wide range of Philips-branded AV and IT solutions.
Exhibiting on stand E25 during the three-day event – India’s go-to tradeshow for buyers operating in the tech sphere, will mark an important milestone in PPDS’ expansion and accelerated growth ambitions in the Indian and wider Asian market, with hospitality, retail, education, and corporate among key market verticals.
Joining more than 200 exhibitors and an anticipated 11,500 visitors at the Bombay Exhibition Center, the show will provide a rare opportunity for the AV and IT industry (including system integrators, distributors and end users) to meet with members of PPDS’ local teams, as well as the newly appointed global leadership team.
Solutions to be showcased by the company include:
Philips E-Line: A brand new range of advanced interactive 4K displays for education, offering effortless wireless sharing and collaboration in and out of the classroom, and the first display from PPDS to feature a new generation of zero gap, zero latency touch screen technology.
Philips 6000 Series DVLED: A brand new range of highly flexible, beyond 8K, direct view LED displays, bringing unrivalled performance and effortless bezel-free installations, designed to cater exclusively for 16:9 content, to meeting rooms, boardrooms, auditoriums and lobbies.
Wave: An evolutionary new cloud platform unlocking the power, versatility and intelligence inside Philips professional displays, designed for, and in collaboration with system integrators to install, control and manage Philips professional displays remotely from any location.
Investing in people and infrastructure
According to PPDS, its presence at the event marks the start of a more focused strategy in Asia, further building and strengthening its presence.
The Indian economy is forecast to expand by 8.5 per cent in 2022, making it the fastest growing in the world. As a result of the pandemic, adoption of technologies by businesses has been accelerated across all sectors, with AVIXA valuing the pro AV market at around US $7.7 billion. This figure is expected to rise steeply as India’s digital ecosystem expands.
Atul Jasra, India Business Head at PPDS, comments: “Since its inception in 2013, InfoComm India has become one of the most important go-to tradeshows for AV and IT professionals operating in the Indian and surrounding markets. As an ever-present figure at other leading shows, such as ISE in Europe and InfoComm US, we understand the importance and value that events such as these bring, allowing customers to physically interact with our expert teams and to get hands-on demonstrations of the latest technologies and software solutions that can be used to transform their businesses.
“We have identified some incredible opportunities in India, where we can bring real value, knowledge and expertise in supporting businesses with pre- and post-installation needs and requirements, including services. We’re delighted to be participating at InfoComm India 2022 and I look forward to meeting you there.”