Bob's Adventures in Wireless and Video Headline Animator

Monday, April 16, 2012

Could I get any more tired?

So, after a 26 hour transit from San Luis Obispo to Kuala Lumpur, then setting up all day on Sunday, I finally got to sleep after being awake for 44 hours straight. That is a record for me. I only slept for 6 hours and then we started the trade show.

The XV Asia Technology booth was packed to the gills with products, people and collateral. As a late arrival to the show, XV Asia did not get the best location, but this did not seem to matter. We had a good, steady flow of people who were all interested in virtually all of the products.

Murad and Helena schmoozing with
Rear Admiral Dato Nasuruddin Bon Othman
The Immersive Video Dodeka 2360 camera was a great draw and people were very interested in the fully spherical view that the system captured. It brought a lot of people to the booth. Once at our door, they almost all asked about the Global Emergency Resources eWRAP, which inevitably led to a discussion of wireless, then the challenges of moving video, which led to the MVE product based on Sentinel AVE technology and the microNVR.

As this is a military show, there were lots of weird products that I will try to capture over the next two days.

Anyway, time for dinner, then bed. Hopefully I will sleep through the night. Tomorrow we have delegations from Russia, Thailand and the Philippines coming to visit us.


  1. Hey Bob,

    Get some more pictures of the show.

  2. That was pretty tiring, Bob. Get some sleep :)

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