LOGICDATA debuts virtual showroom

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LOGICDATA rolled out LOGICxperience, a virtual showroom designed to bring the company’s work in the mechatronics/motion-based furniture space to customers and partners. Courtesy LOGICDATA

In light of the cancellation of NeoCon, furniture components maker LOGICDATA is rolling out a virtual showroom experience for its customers and partners.

Deutschlandsberg, Austria-based LOGICDATA — a manufacturer of adjustable furniture and intelligent mechatronic components with its North American headquarters in Kentwood — on Monday rolled out LOGICxperience, a virtual showroom designed to bring the company’s work in the mechatronics/motion-based furniture space to customers and partners.

LOGICxperience, housed at logicx.logicdata.net, takes users on a virtual living office space tour equipped with LOGICDATA components as part of the adjustable furniture.

Visitors can explore new technologies such as the DYNAMIC MOTION system, which combines intelligence, modularity, simplicity and cost-efficiency in one system, and the LOGIClink IoT-solution, a connectivity hub for the human-centered workspace.

The virtual tour also provides insights into the company’s new LOGICservice portfolio with customization options for products, sound testing, EMV and performance checks.

“For us, the relationship with our customers is a top priority, and the personal contact is very important. We want to send a clear message with the LOGICxperience: No matter if trade shows are canceled this year, we remain nimble and will continue to bring innovative approaches to connect with customers, keep in touch and stay close to their needs,” said  Johannes Gradwohl, CEO of LOGICDATA.

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Founded in 1997 by Walter Koch — an engineer turned entrepreneur who is no relation to the American Koch brothers — LOGICDATA is a global supplier to the office and residential furniture markets.

The company has over 275 employees at its locations in Kentwood, Austria, Slovenia, Croatia and China.

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