CDEC Techology Show at Manchester United Football Club

Forget David Moyes recent appointment, CDEC’s Technology Show at Manchester United Football Club was the biggest thing to happen since the club was formed back in 1878.

The event was an opportunity for attendees to view first hand the most up to date Audio Visual technology for the classroom with some of the biggest players in the AV industry in attendance

Exhibitors on show included:

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  • CTOUCH
  • Clevertouch
  • BENQ
  • SMART
  • Onelan
  • Audio Logic
  • NEC
  • Epson
  • Inventry
  • Promethean
  • School Radio
  • Iris
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Attendees included schools, colleges, local government, corporate and consultants throughout the day-long event. The feedback from the attendees was excellent with special compliments to the professionalism and product knowledge of the exhibitors.

CDEC learnt a great deal from the show and hope to be holding another similar event in the near future.

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CDEC Sales Conference 2013

Only 2 days to the CDEC Sales Conference 2013 in Santa Ponsa, Mallorca. Professional Customer Services Department have recently returned from their own mini conference and are remaining tight lipped about what the main event has in store for the Sales team.

For the main sales conference, 22x CDEC staff will be flying out early morning on the 1st May, for 4 action packed days. We will be joined on the second day (2nd May) by 22x suppliers, these include representatives from: Sahara, Casio, Promethean, AV Magazine, Onelan, Epson, Maverick, Midwich, Medium, NEC, Steljes, Hitachi and BenQ.

Keep up to date with the sales conference via our Twitter feed here where we will be tweeting live pictures and updates from the event.

Rochdale Metropolitan BC – Town Hall Project

In late 2012 CDEC completed a project at Rochdale town hall in Lancashire. The solution encompassed a broad range of audio visual solutions which included multiple interactive devices, projectors presentation furniture and audio solution with wireless lectern microphone.

The solution included a switching system that meant that from any one of 4 interactive displays could be shared when a large lecture space was open, or work separately when the space was divided into sections.

We are awaiting some better project photographs to show the real quality of this project but are happy to put you in touch with the council to pay testament to our workmanship and overall quality of the project, but there are some mobile phone images below.

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