As often as we hear it, it’s true. Technology can help achieve a well-rounded event and transform the onsite experience – whether the objective is to enhance human connections, captivate attendees, customize spaces or design frictionless visitor experiences. As we strive to stay relevant in an ever-changing events marketplace, here are some technology trends we’re using to make in-person experiences even more powerful, meaningful and efficient.
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Event technology trends are continuously adapting. Those that adopt the most recent advancements often have a competitive advantage. In fact, studies have shown that event technology can increase in-person attendance by up to 20% and technology is an integral part of the events world.
But with so many new and emerging technologies, how do you make the right choice for your event that is going to benefit everyone?
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How has technology changed the event industry? Well, whether it’s a music gig, flower-arranging workshop, or art exhibition, technology has been key to holding successful events during the COVID-19 pandemic, enabling creators to adapt to unforeseen circumstances and meet consumer demands. It’s even brought new and exciting opportunities, as virtual events have reached wider audiences from across the globe.
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facial recognition systems are a form of technology that you may not even realise you are using on a daily basis. the fundamental use of this technology is that it is capable of matching a human face from an image via a camera or video frame against a database of faces. this is typically used to authenticate users within id services and works by using facial features within a specific image. the prevalence of this technology is best illustrated with the use of using your face to simply unlock your phone or check your banking. however, with the emergence of virtual conference software and corporate virtual events, we now pose the question of how facial recognition is paving its way into the virtual event world.
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