Christie will be displaying its latest innovations in the projector sector when its new roadshow arrives in Dayton, Ohio, next month.
The company will be in the city on 8 October and those who want to attend are being urged to secure their place at the event before it is too late.
Christie, which is the firm behind the world’s first DLP simulation projection system with LED illumination, will be showing off its range of display solutions engineered for real-world simulated environments at the roadshow.
The company said: "Attendees will see demonstrations of solutions that optimise dynamic image quality, maximise uptime and work efficiently within a narrow budget. Technical experts will also be on-hand to answer questions and for one-on-one discussions."
A deployable immersive training simulator is among the products Christie will be displaying to attendees at the roadshow event in Ohio next month. It has been "designed for cost-constrained applications such as helicopter, UAV operator, vehicle and part-task training", according to the company.
Christie recently announced George Walter has joined the company's board of directors and will report to senior director Tony Barton.
At the Dayton roadshow Christie will also be displaying Matrix StIM dual input projection capability, which boasts 120Hz operation to improve image quality by a vast amount.
Although the event is free to attend the registration period closes on 3 October.