Most recently, ARHT beamed RBC speaker to SiBOS 2019 in London.
TORONTO, CANADA – Sep 26, 2019 – ARHT Media Inc. (“ARHT” or the “Company”) (TSXV:ART), the global leader in the development, production and distribution of high-quality hologram content through its patented Holographic Telepresence technology, is pleased to announce that in Q3 and Q4, it is experiencing growing demand from major financial services companies globally. With projects coming in from North America, Europe and Asia that include activations for clients in Private Equity, Investment Banking, Retail Banking, and Insurance.
Earlier this week, ARHT deployed its hologram technology at SIBOS 2019 in London where Royal Bank of Canada SVP, Chris Phillips beamed in from Toronto for a high profile panel discussion on the Future of Data and Tech in Banking.
“Beaming into SIBOS as a hologram was a great experience – it not only saved me an incredible amount of time, it also let me participate in an important and timely panel discussion on the future of financial services while using cutting-edge technology,” commented Chris Phillips, SVP Technology Corporate Systems, RBC.
“How appropriate that on a panel about the future of technology in banking that Chris Phillips appeared as a hologram. As an increasing number of international banks are using our technology to overcome time and geography while creating a more lasting impression,” added ARHT CEO Larry O’Reilly.
About ARHT Media
ARHT Media’s patented holographic telepresence technology is a complete end-to-end solution that creates a sense of presence for audiences – as though the holographic presenter was actually live in the room. With no noticeable latency, ARHT Media makes two-way live communication with a 3D holographic presenter anywhere in the world possible. We can also playback pre-recorded content and 3D animations on our displays to deliver rich holographic experiences.
ARHT Media trades under the symbol “ART” on the Toronto Venture Stock Exchange.
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