Pepperl+Fuchs go mobile…
With a full set of exhibition panels inside, the custom built mobile exhibition vehicle offers visitors the same experience as stepping on to a stand at a show but without the inconvenience of travelling. “Fully wired and working sensors allow us to quickly communicate the features of a product often saving considerable time for our customers compared to a conventional sales call”, said Paul Cusack, UK Sales Manager with Pepperl+Fuchs.
“Whilst the online product evaluation and selection process has come a long way, there is still much to be said for real life “browsing” when it comes to broadening your knowledge of new products and technologies available,” says Mark Timmins, Marketing Manager. “Our products are not “virtual” they are designed to sense and interact with the real world and being able to touch and test them is often distinctly beneficial for our customers.”
Visitors are encouraged to bring along their sensing and positioning challenges. With a wide variety of sensing technologies incorporated in the displays often more than one solution can be demonstrated in something approaching a “sensor surgery” format.
Alongside the exhibition element of the vehicle the Pepperl+Fuchs team will also be running more formal training sessions conducted on board. The vehicle provides a convenient space to offer small tailored training courses to suit customer requirements. Seating between 4 and 6 people the vehicle transforms in to a portable classroom.
And finally, of course it goes without saying that there will be biscuits!
For dates and details visit the Pepperl+Fuchs website.
Tel: 0161 633 6431
Published in Valve User Magazine Issue 43
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