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Cruiser Presents the 21st Century Meeting

Aug 18, 2014 Uncategorised

Interactive software that is rapidly changing the way professionals now ‘meet’ will have one of its first public demonstrations at Integrate 2014.

Featuring a range of touchscreen tables and walls as well as gesture-controlled interactive signage technology, the Cruiser demonstration offers a glimpse of the meeting room of the future.

Global powerhouse Mondelez International, whose portfolio includes mega-brands such as Cadbury, Kraft, Vegemite and Oreo is one of the first to have adopted the technology in the pursuit of innovation.

Mr Nicolas Georges, Director Premium Chocolate and Dairy, Research and Development, Asia Pacific Mondelez Australia said the technology had enabled his teams to realise true engagement.

“In the past our meeting rooms would be covered with paper. Cruiser allows the group to engage with content in a richer, more organised and productive way,” he said.

See interview with Mr Georges of Mondelez here.

The platform is also revolutionising business operations for clients such as Victoria Police, University of Technology Sydney, Jumptank and Colliers International.

Allowing users to flick information from any surface (personal smart devices, tablets, tables, walls and whiteboards) to any other surface located anywhere in the world for dynamic group discussion, Cruiser is a powerful platform for group collaboration in any domain where visual planning and group collaboration is required, such as the advertising, marketing, property development, architecture, design, government, town planning, defence, and emergency response and education sectors.

Knowledge mapping with Cruiser is crucial to innovation from Cruiser Interactive on Vimeo.

Come and see the Cruiser technology in action at stand G42.

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