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Onsite delegate management made easy with Cvent's OnArrival

During EIBTM14 we interviewed David Chalmers, Marketing Director of Cvent to know more about their new tool for event organisers - OnArrival. 

New MDI Member | Azavista

Use Azavista to grow, track and boost the success of your events
 

New MDI Member | EventsAIR

EventsAIR, software for meeting planners, no long-term contracts required!

New MDI Member | Cvent

Cvent – For the entire lifecycle of your events
 
Utilised by over 187,000 event and marketing professionals, Cvent (NYSE: CVT) is a leading meetings and event management technology company and mobile event applications provider.

New MDI Member | InitLive

Tap Into Your Team, It’s Volunteer Management Gone Mobile!
InitLive takes a mobile-first approach to managing events and the most mobile of resources - the team on

Event Websites: 3 Things to Change Now

Seriously. The event website is more important than ever in this digital age. But the context has changed, both in terms of technology and communication. If you are not concerned with marketing efficiency, no-shows at events or getting more business you can skip this post.

Endless Original Music: Computer Program Creates Music Based On Emotions

(Science Daily) A group of researchers from the University of Granada (UGR) has developed Inmamusys, a software programme that can create music in response to emotions that arise in the listener. By using Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques, the programme means that original, copyright-free and emotion-inspiring music can be played continuously.

Now the Mobile Phone Goes Emotional

(Science Daily) ForcePhone is a mobile synchronous haptic communication system. During phone calls, users can squeeze the side of the device and the pressure level is mapped to vibrations on the recipient?s device. Computer scientists from University of Helsinki indicate that an additional haptic channel of communication can be integrated into mobile phone calls using a pressure to vibrotactile mapping with local and remote feedback. The pressure/vibrotactile messages supported by ForcePhone are called pressages.

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