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NSG Group to exhibit at the Integrated Systems Europe 2018 show in Amsterdam

Pilkington MirroView™ is a second generation non-conductive mirror

NSG Group will be at the Integrated Systems Europe show in Amsterdam with some of its high performance glass products on show in real-life applications.

NSG Group will exhibit a range of high performance glass products at the Integrated Systems Europe Show on 6-9 February 2018 in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, at booth #8-K475. Integrated Systems Europe is the world’s best-attended tradeshow dedicated to professional AV, Digital Signage and electronic integrated systems.
The company offers a wide range of glass products to meet the requirements of standard to more complex requirements in Digital Signage applications. These digital signage and display manufactures are looking for glass products and processing capabilities which will enable the final product to meet the required specification for the end application. NSG Group can even offer a finished product fit for the end customer’s application.
This year, NSG will present its products in real-life applications. A second generation non-conductive mirror Pilkington MirroView™ will be on show used in a touch screen application, while one of the company’s anti-reflective glass products – Pilkington OptiView™ – will be used in in the info kiosk. Thermal load reduction in digital signage displays is a key requirement and NSG Group will have on show some solutions to that.
NSG’s wide product range offered for digital applications also includes an ultra-thin glass with a thickness of less than 1mm such as NSG UFF™ and NSG glanova™, conductive glass products with TCO coatings (NSG TEC™), safety and security glass products, self-cleaning glass and more.

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