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Ideum to Exhibit at October Meeting of the Association of Science-Technology Centers in San Jose

The annual ASTC conference brings together museum professionals, exhibit designers, and educators from around the world.
Authored by
Hugh McDonald
Executive Producer

Next month, a team from Ideum will journey to the heart of Silicon Valley to attend the 2017 meeting of ASTC, the Association of Science-Technology Centers. Ideum will be at booth 821 in the conference exhibition hall to network with exhibit designers and developers and highlight our interactive experiences, our diverse line of touch displays and multitouch table, and our wide range of AV solutions. The conference takes place in San Jose from October 21-24.

Founded in 1973, ASTC is the world’s leading organization of science museums, zoos, aquariums, planetariums, and other informal learning institutions. With more than 600 member institutions across the globe, ASTC hosts talks and presentations on exhibit design and curation, learning across the lifespan, visitor research and evaluation, and marketing and business planning.

The ASTC conference also offers a vital and exciting interface between museums and the designers and vendors that create experiences for them. Approximately 2000 museum and exhibit professionals are expected to attend this year’s meeting, which will be hosted by the Tech Museum of Innovation. Ideum will join dozens of exhibit and technology companies in the conference’s cavernous exhibition hall, which will be open throughout the meeting. You can learn more about the conference program and find information about registration and travel at ASTC’s conference web page.

Will you be in San Jose in October? Do you live in the Bay Area? Join us in the exhibit hall to learn more about our unique approach to design and technology and explore the innovative technologies behind the experiences we create for museums and other clients. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

We look forward to seeing you in Silicon Valley—and to showing you what we’ve been working on!