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From holograms to multidimensional databases: MUTEC 2018 shows museums the way to the future – Museums and other cultural institutions nowadays have at their disposal a wide variety of media presentation possibilities to make their exhibitions and exhibits tangible. Innovative products for visitor service and the museum infrastructure are also conquering the market behind the scenes. Numerous companies from these areas will be presenting themselves to experts at MUTEC in Leipzig from 8 to 10 November 2018. The international trade fair for museum and exhibition technology presents a multitude of future-oriented technologies and impressive solutions.
Innovative technologies and practical solutions for cultural institutions at MUTEC 2018 – Never before have there been so many possibilities for museums and exhibition centres to present their exhibits in appealing and striking ways. Advances in technology also benefit archives, depositories and libraries by providing safe and efficient ways to secure and manage collections. MUTEC offers an overview of modern products, solutions and services and will be held from 8 to 10 November at the Leipzig Trade Fair. Featuring a wide range of exhibitors, the international trade fair covers all areas of museum and exhibition technology.
Preparations underway for MUTEC 2018: early highlights of the international trade fair – Preparations for the next edition of the international trade fair are now underway, and some highlights are already taking shape, among them a special show, project presentations and symposiums. One year ago MUTEC, which has been held in parallel with denkmal since 2010, saw its successful premiere as an event wholly organised by Leipziger Messe. The duo of trade fairs attracted 13,900 visitors, easily exceeding expectations. MUTEC in particular was able to achieve a considerable increase in the number of exhibitors and visitors. The 2018 edition has already received a number of early registrations. The registration papers for exhibitors are available online for all interested companies.
All Expectations Exceeded for MUTEC and denkmal – The international trade fair MUTEC and the 12th edition of denkmal, the historic preservation sector’s leading European trade fair, have concluded with outstanding results. 13,900 visitors made use of the opportunity to get up to speed on the latest developments and current trends at the two trade fairs. “Posting a significant increase in visitors, MUTEC saw a successful premiere as an event organised by Leipziger Messe itself,” said Markus Geisenberger, Chief Executive Officer of Leipziger Messe. “The visitor numbers of denkmal have increased as well, proving admirably that it has become the most important event for the sector across Europe. In combination, these two international trade fairs have come to take the role of a vanguard for the preservation of cultural heritage.”