Ludwigshafen. With 10,000 visitors, the Springboard trade fair in Ludwigshafen is one of the largest and most important exhibitions on the topics of training, study and further education in the Rhine-Neckar metropolitan area. It’s been a guest at the Chemical City for 16 years now – this year there will be a premiere: for the first time, the fair will take place in a hybrid form, as reported by the Ludwigshafen Congress and Marketing Association (Lukom).
On 24 and 25 September, visitors to the traditional venue, Friedrich-Ebert-Halle, can find out about training offers, job descriptions, courses of study and further training opportunities. However, at the same time, virtual participation in the digitally reconstructed Pfalzbau is also possible through the Allsated exVo platform. “Through Allseat Xvo, visitors and exhibitors alike have access to a virtual springboard,” Lucom said. With an avatar, participants can visit the exhibition stand just like in the real experience room, exchange ideas with exhibitors via chat and video calls and, thanks to various functions, all the important information at any time. can download.
The so-called Realview view enables visitors to have an immersive trade fair experience – just like in a computer game. In conjunction with the Hybrid Springboard trade fair, Lucom is launching a pilot project for the introduction and future use of the AllSighted XVo platform.
Companies and universities looking for apprentices or students can register for hybrid participation in Springboard by Tuesday, August 10. Lucom offers potential exhibitors a virtual showroom tour to showcase all the works of the digital exhibition stand. The team can be contacted on 0621/69 09 548 or by email at [email protected] If
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