Exploring New Product Innovations

Now more than ever, your options for trade show exhibiting are virtually endless. New products are being introduced rapidly, and competition has driven display manufacturers and vendors to offer more flexibility such as rentals and easily changeable displays. Trade show exhibitors’ needs, as well as union and exhibit hall regulations, have also driven display companies to make displays lighter and easier to assemble. Even large island displays have been revamped using lightweight truss systems to help ease the load of shipping and assembly. A few of the latest new product innovations are listed below.

“Anti Gravity Technology”

Fabric Panel Displays

In the last few years, companies have used recent advances in fabric printing technologies to develop lightweight, pop-up fabric panel displays. One of the latest products on the block is XPlus from Nomadic Display. XPlus offers 60 different configurations ranging from tabletop pop-up displays to 10-foot in-line displays. Nomadic’s Fabrimural Display, also comes in many configurations ranging from tabletop to 10-foot pop-up displays. Both are lightweight, full-color, and can be assembled (via a pop-up locking truss system) by one person – perfect for exhibitors on the go. For more information on Fabric Panel Displays, click here.

Tension Fabric Accents & Signage

The same technology innovations that have allowed fabric panel displays have spawned a new generation of tension fabric accents and signage. Lycra Spandex-type fabrics stretched between poles, hoops and other innovative framing can make for eye-catching messaging and design. Add back-lighting and motorized movement and you can achieve that “Wow!” factor that will stop a show visitor in their tracks!

Truss Systems

It used to be that having a large displays meant shipping and assembling heavy-weight wooden panels and cabinetry that added thousands of dollars to your trade show budget. Not so any more. Innovations in lightweight titanium and aluminum truss systems have taken the trade show industry by storm over the last several years, reducing costs of both shipping and assembly.