Laval Virtual is one of the most important events in Europe showcasing innovations and new technologies. Virtual reality and augmented reality are the core to the show. With more than 150 exhibitors and 40 countries represented, Laval Virtual is essential for professionals, students, tech enthusiasts and curious novices.
Laval Virtual was founded in 1999 by François d'Aubert's momentum, former MP and mayor of Laval and Secretary of State for Research. The first edition was a huge success with more than 8000 participants and many Japanese universities. Laval became a major player in technologies. Over the years, Laval Virtual diversified and included augmented reality, interactive 3D and robotics.
In 2013, the number of exhibitors increases by 20%. In 2014, the surface area grew by 1000m² and in 2016 the whole area was 5500m².
What can you do in Laval Virtual ?
Laval Virtual offers a professional forum, a startup area, round tables, scientific conferences, awards, an investmen forum, student competitions and the last two days are open for the general public.
To debate, think about what will make the future, and meet professionals :
To take up challenges with your team and be the best in your field :
Laval Virtual wants to make virtual reality reality and augmented reality more accessible. We want to promote technologies in every area and every job. With Laval Virtual, come and share your ideas. Expert or tech lover, you will discover projects and trends of tomorrow from 23rd to 27th March 2016.
DO YOU NEED INFORMATION?
Our team will answer your questions:
+33(0)2 43 49 75 13
DATES AND OPENING TIMES
19th edition from 22 to 26 March 2017
- WEDNESDAY 22 March:10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- THURSDAY 23 March: 9:00 am - 6:00 pm
- FRIDAY 24 March: 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
GENERAL PUBLIC DAYS
- SATURDAY 25 March: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
- SUNDAY 26 March: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Salle Polyvalente, Place de Hercé
+33 (0)2 43 49 46 46
From Monday to Friday
PARIS : 2H30 (A81 motorway, exit No. 3)
RENNES : 1H00
NANTES : 2H00
LAVAL TAXI STATION : +33 (0)2 43 53 45 10
1h30 from Paris-Montparnasse (6 daily return trains),
2h30 from Roissy (1 daily return train), 3h30 from Lyon, 3h45 from Lille, 4h30 from London, 5h30 from Marseille, 5h15 from Brussels.
Information and reservations at Voyages-SNCF.com.
Special TUL (Transport Urbain Lavallois) shuttles will be available at Laval train station for direct access to the exhibition on Wednesday 23 March, Thursday 24 March and Friday 25 March 2016.