INNIO trade shows go virtual. Come on in!
Can’t make it to a trade show or to an INNIO factory to see our products in person? We get it. COVID-19 and related travel restrictions make almost impossible these staples of our product marketing world. However, you can experience INNIO’s Jenbacher and Waukesha portfolios in a whole different way. Step inside our Virtual Booth.
INNIO’s Jenbacher and Waukesha virtual showroom will let you:
- View products in 3D
- Download in-depth product brochures
- Stream our research & development and product videos
- Choose a suitable engine type
- And even get your questions answered from our dedicated experts
How does it work? Get a glimpse by watching this short video.
And don’t worry, navigation through INNIO’s virtual exhibition hall is easy, even for the computer novice. Simply use your computer mouse, tablet or phone to “step inside.” Once you see a product or service of particular interest, you can “walk” to that booth, which will be manned by Jenbacher or Waukesha virtual representatives. These computer-generated people can provide you with a wealth of knowledge about our offerings—interactively.
“The Virtual Booth is designed for anyone interested in the company—customers and potential customers as well as anyone who would like to know more about our engine applications. This immersive digital experience brings our products and offerings to you in an interactive online form.” says Veronika Kamenicka, event specialist at INNIO.
The Virtual Booth is the online equivalent of a traditional tradeshow or exhibition, with visitors connecting with one another on the web, rather than in-person. Here, you can view presentations about our product portfolio, including key technical information as well as those 3D engine models mentioned above; learn about our Service offerings, including myPlant Performance and myPlant Optimization, our Asset Performance Management solutions; and make direct appointments with our sales team.
Watch YouTube videos in the auditorium, discover a full landscape of Jenbacher and Waukesha solutions through applications and use cases, and study a detailed history of our technology’s evolution. Do all this—from the comfort of your couch.
So step inside—virtually, of course—and take a tour. Who knows where you’ll end up?Start Conversation