AIME to implement new Konduko technology
Konduko readers will be placed on exhibition stands for visitors to tap their badge – by way of a “virtual handshake” – to give exhibitors access to details and at the same time providing visitors with information on the business or product.
Event director Ian Wainwright said he is excited for the implementation of this new technology, the first of its kind in the industry.
“Revolutionising the way buyers and exhibitors interact on the show floor, not only will it be able to provide insight into ROI but it will also mean that meaningful connections are made. Doing business at AIME has never been this easy,” he said.
“Konduko is currently used at the world’s biggest tradeshows to maximise engagement and user experience, but it is a first for our industry. Not only is this a great product but it’s also a great way to show how far AIME has come in the 25 years since it began.”
Jo-Anne Kelleway, CEO at event technology company Info Salons Group, said the Konduko system provides “a unique, personalised solution” for events.
“Konduko makes connecting with exhibitors on the show floor easier, there is no need to wait around for someone to be free to talk to you, simply tap your badge and your details are sent to the exhibitor for them to contact you,” she said.
AIME will take place on February 21-22 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre. Register online at www.aime.com.au/Register-2017.