MyPR: PDT wins big at the tt100 Business Innovation Awards with HYPERVSN 3D Holographic Display: [Johannesburg, 25 November 2019] –The tt100 Business Innovation Awards program was launched in 1991 to create an awareness of the role of technology and innovation in South Africa. Since then it has evolved into one of the foremost business awards programmes, celebrating businesses that help bring significant change to their operational landscape.
At this year’s event (held at the Johannesburg Country Club) it was PDT who snapped up three awards for their work with Holographic 3D displays – delivered in partnership with HYPERVSN. >> view HYPERVSN technology is action. What makes HYPERVSN 3D Holographic Displays unique?
“The quality of the visuals and flexibility in terms of pricing and hologram configurations enable us to offer retail, corporate and other clients a unique and interactive way of displaying their content,” says PDTs CEO, Cornel van Lingen.
“In a congested content world it is the brave and innovative that win the biggest share of voice. HYPERVSN 3D holographic displays provide that vehicle to delight and surprise audiences, be they shoppers, event delegates, employees or whoever the target group is.”
This breakthrough technology is offered by PDT and its partners – and is key to the company winning three tt100 awards in the large enterprise category.
Which awards and what do they mean?
PDT received the following awards.
• The Da Vinci Award for Best Innovation Concept
• The MTN Award for Excellence in the Management of Innovation
• The Greg Tosen Award for Excellence in the Management of Technology.
tt100 seeks to identify role models within the Management of Innovation and Technology domains who have demonstrated their excellence in co-creating new workplace realities. It is the possibilities for data visualisation and communication via holograms that helped reaffirm PDTs credentials as a company that always brings future-proof solutions to local shores.
“We’re obviously very pleased with the accolades but we’re even more thrilled about the potential of this technology – now and in the years to come,” says van Lingen.
“I have no doubt that the future of holograms (for use in all kinds of industries) is bright and exciting. We look forward to continue helping our clients deliver high-impact messages through HYPERVSN 3D holographic displays.”
CLICK HERE to submit your news to www.MyPR.co.za.
Click here to submit your Johannesburg, Gauteng News – free.
Have you tried: Visiting Port Elizabeth?
Did you know this about Johannesburg? The first recorded discovery of gold on the Witwatersrand was made by Jan Gerrit Bantjes in June 1884, on the farm Vogelstruisfontein. Other farms to become famous later included Langlaagte, Turffontein, Doornfontein and Braamfontein. George Harrison is today credited as the man who discovered an outcrop of the Main Reef of gold on the farm Langlaagte in February 1886. On 12 May 1886 Harrison and his partner, George Walker, entered into a prospecting agreement with the owner of Langlaagte, one G.C. Oosthuizen. Two days later Colonel Ignatius Ferreira staked out his camp on Turffontein to serve as a centre for diggers.