Final Speakers announced for VRX Immersive Enterprise

Though most of the focus has been on E3 2018, its important to remember that there are other events coming up that are also worth your attention. VRX Immersive Enterprise is coming up fast, and the organisers have just revealed what the final line up of featured speakers will be.

The VRX series of events was launched back in 2015, and was created to focus on strategic business and tech opportunities in immersive technology. The VRX Immersive Enterprise even will focus on opportunities and challenges in enterprise companies.

Designed for senior business leaders from across the immersive tech industry, the event will include:

High-level industry outlook and future thinking sessions on Day 1, from business leaders, strategists, innovators, investors and analysts
Real Business case studies on Day 2; across industry, in communication & collaboration, training & simulation, design & visualization, sales & marketing
A full-scale expo and demo area featuring the latest technology, content innovations and solutions from 20 leading VR & AR brands, studios, tech and solution providers

The event is set to include the immersive tech leads from several well-known companies and brands, including GM, Lowe’s Johnson & Johnson, Ford, Oculus, Cadillac, Audi, Wayfair, HTC Vive and Lockheed Martin, among others.
“As VR, AR and immersive technologies continue to improve and innovate, our ongoing dialogue with the industry showed us the growing demand from within enterprise,” says Conference Producer at VR Intelligence, Pete Carkeek. “Our goal is to deliver quality content and insight for immersive tech leads across industry, with real case studies from those leading the way, in an exclusive networking & learning environment.”

The full line-up of features speakers, along with information on how to purchase tickets for the event can be found on the VR Intelligence website.
For future news on upcoming VR and AR events, keep checking back with VRFocus.

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