Panasonic introduces the Toughbook FZ-L1 Android™ rugged tablet. With its 7-inch display and optional barcode reader, this device is ideal for customer-facing mobile workers.
Carriageworks, Australia’s leading multi-arts precinct, has installed Panasonic laser projector technology to support its...Read More
The Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa is charged with presenting and exploring the heritage of the nation’s cultures and...Read More
With major action sequences in Hollywood thriller ‘Angel Has Fallen’ shot at night, director Jules O’Loughlin needed a...Read More
Scouts Australia has welcomed friends, family and fans from across Australia and the globe to the 25th Australian Scouts...Read More
Switch, click, fit and make it yours: meet the Toughbook 55 14" semi-rugged Windows 10 Pro notebook with user configurable...Read More
Meet the Panasonic KX-TPA68, a new SIP wireless communication terminal designed for intuitive use and added flexibility as a...Read More
This Panasonic research shows businesses are adopting and looking to capitalise on the benefits of Big Data, the Internet of Things and Sensor technology for mobile workforces.
The use of Android tablets and handhelds are on the rise in business but security remains a concern, according to the latest research from Panasonic.
Launching at InfoComm 2019, the Panasonic AW-HE42 PTZ integrated camera offers significant improvements in lensing, stabilisation and interfacing.
Perth Audiovisual (PAV) used Panasonic projectors to create a nocturnal wonderland at Perth Festival with 'Boorna Waanginy: The Trees Speak'.