September 3, 2019
The daily brief: 3 September 2019
Korean moviegoers will get a lot of bang for the buck at a new premium theatre featuring FLEXOUND's augmented audio system.
All the daily Finnish business news that works: Bittium, Genero and FLEXOUND make headlines.
Bittium will deliver tactical communications equipment to the Estonian Defence Forces, Genero is giving an Italian tomato brand an online facelift, and FLEXOUND is immersing cinemagoers in sound in South Korea.
Finnish engineering company Bittium has received an order for software-defined Bittium Tough SDR Radios and Bittium Tactical Wireless IP Network (TAC WIN) products from the Estonian Defence Forces. The radios, intended for soldier use and vehicle installations, along with the TAC WIN products, will complement a tactical communications system that Bittium has previously delivered to the same customer. The value of the purchase order has not been disclosed.
Finnish digital marketing agency Genero has been selected to update the international website of Italian tomato brand Mutti. Genero has previously worked with Mutti on social media content for the Nordic markets, and it won the new assignment in a competition against several other marketing agencies. Mutti is a family-run company established in 1899 in the Italian province of Parma.
FLEXOUND Augmented Audio theatre opens in Korea
Finnish audio pioneer FLEXOUND has boosted CJ CGV’s premium cinema in South Korea with an augmented audio system. The technology provides each seat with high-quality surround sound and physical vibration. Cinema technology company CJ 4DPLEX has collaborated with FLEXOUND in implementing the state-of-the-art sound solution at the Gold Class CGV Wangsimni cinema, which reopened on 30 August.
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