President & CEO of industry leader NanoLumens® will be part of the “1080 HD Is So Yesterday” panel and deliver lunch keynote on September 17, 2013
ATLANTA, GEORGIA, August 28, 2013 — Furthering its position as the leading innovator in the digital display marketplace, NanoLumens® today announced that its President & CEO, Rick Cope, will deliver the lunchtime keynote as well as participate in a panel discussion at the Oppenheimer & Co. First Emerging Innovations Conference on Next Gen Display & Touch Technologies, taking place in New York City on September 17, 2013. In addition to discussing new display technologies that will make 1080 HD a distant memory, the company will show investors its latest display solutions that are changing the way businesses and corporations think about design-specific digital signage.
“I’m extremely pleased to be able to discuss how new display technologies are changing the industry landscape at the First Emerging Innovations Conference,” Cope said. “It’s an amazing opportunity for NanoLumens to share our vision for the future of displays with investors and other industry leaders. In our company’s short history we have already introduced several breakthrough technologies, giving buyers new ways to use and profit from displays in both public spaces and private usage scenarios. The future looks very bright for NanoLumens and the digital signage industry.”
The First Emerging Innovations Conference on Next Gen Display & Touch Technologies will feature 10 to 15 companies that are pushing the limits of touch and display technology innovation while providing investors with an intimate view into senior management’s challenges and successes through panels and one-on-one meetings. The conference will be held at the Grand Hyatt in New York City.
The “1080 HD Is So Yesterday” panel will begin at 11:25 in the morning and also include panel members from LuxVue Technology, QD Vision, Inc. and Universal Display Corporation. Cope’s lunch keynote will begin at 12:15 PM.