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February 18, 2015

EventTech 411: The Scoop On BLE

Your Two-Minute Tutorial on The Latest Event Technologies What it is: BLE stands for Bluetooth Low Energy. In short, BLE is a wireless technology akin to Bluetooth, with one important difference: it’s passive. So there’s no work required for attendees to engage with it. Like regular Bluetooth, it’s an owned and licensed technology, but have no...

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February 9, 2015

Detroit Auto Show: Three Event Technology Highlights

Just as the cars on display at the North American International Auto Show have become more high-tech, with alternative fuel and safety features and futuristic mobility concepts, the exhibits themselves incorporated technology that engaged and educated auto show attendees as well. The NAIAS launched on Jan. 12 with a press preview at the Cobo Center...

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January 20, 2015

Massive Marvel Experience Tour Unleashed

It’s only mid-January, but there is a chance that the largest brand experience of the year may have just been unleashed—a traveling six-story Marvel Experience spanning three acres under seven inflatable domes. Pictures just don’t do it justice. The footprint (which packs into 60 semis between cities) can be seen from miles away and could...

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January 13, 2015

Special Report: The 2014 Event Technology Awards

When we rolled out our inaugural Event Technology Awards program four years ago, event marketers were eagerly grabbing hold of the most cutting-edge technologies out there, and integrating them into their events. Today, they’re not only making those technologies their own—they’re literally making the technologies.

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