2014 in review for Digital Poster … So Far!

Paperless Events have had a pretty busy year this year !

ZOPIM CHAT

We have created an Online Help chat on all our event websites – we are now able to help the delegates in real time !

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17 – 22nd August

IHC 2014 was a huge success! Over a full week of dedicated poster sessions, we oversaw the upload and display of over 1000 Digital Posters. We installed 8  x 46” Touchscreens for the Digital Poster Sessions and even acted as Chairperson and timekeeper.
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Digital Posters Sessions were so popular with the delegates – it gave the presenters the ability to interact with their audience in a close setting. Each screen had their own chairperson who promoted discussions and ran the sessions to comply with the programme
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We created an online interactive portal for delegates to create their own personal schedule for all Digital Poster sessions called Eventranet IHC EVENTRANET
IHC 2014 also included a customised Bamboo USB stick – which we loaded with our software to allow download of all Abstracts from the Digital Posters.

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The 2014 National Medicines Symposium (NMS) was held on 21–23 May 2014 at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre. We created a Digital Posters system that is still available online. It has handy for delegates from these conferences to have access offsite – to give them time to really be able to absorb all the information from the digital posters. Even offsite, they are able to ask the author questions via the system – which promotes discussion after close of event.

http://nms2014.digitalposter.com.au/

acpdm_bannerMarch this year saw the 7th Biennial Conference for AusACPDM – held at the lovely Hunter Valley. We created a Digital Posters system and installed our 46” touchscreens onsite.

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