Published 14-02-2019
| Article appears in February 2019 Issue

ONLINE SHOW PLANNER HELPS OPTIMISE TIME AT AUSTECH

13-02-2019
Plot your way around Austech

With the 2019 show set to be the biggest Austech 2019 yet, organiser AMTIL has come up with a novel approach to help visitors optimise their time at the event.

Featuring all of the key machine tool dealers, all under the one roof, Austech 2019 will showcase a vast array of state-of-the-art manufacturing technology. With more than 5800m2 of exhibition space already booked, visitors to the show will have their work cut out just getting round to see everything they need to in the time available.

Now AMTIL has teamed up with event management software specialist Map Your Show to create a set of online tools that allow visitors to plan their trip in advance. What’s more, the tools are accessible now, so you can start mapping out your movements at Austech well in advance.

To get started, just visit the Austech page on the AMTIL website and click on the Exhibitor Directory to see details on all of the companies and organisations exhibiting. Then click on Exhibition Floorplan to see a birds-eye view of the exhibition floor and start to plot your course around the largest Austech ever.

Map Your Show also allows you to create your own personalised profile, where you save details of those key exhibitors you need to see, set up a calendar for your time at the show, and print out an agenda once you’re ready to go.

From either the floorplan or the directory, just click on My Show Planner, set up your profile, and start making plans for who you want to visit and what you want to see.

Austech 2019 will be held from 14th to 17th May at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

AMTIL
03 9800 3666
www.amtil.com.au/austech

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