Rob Ganley
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Here’s an impressive bit of free tech kit, from the organisers of the Motorhome and Caravan Show. You can now plan and better enjoy your visit to the show, which runs from 11-16 October at Birmingham’s NEC, by downloading a free app to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. It’s not currently available on Android or other devices.

Here’s an impressive bit of free tech kit, from the organisers of the Motorhome and Caravan Show.

 

You can now plan and better enjoy your visit to the show, which runs from 11-16 October at Birmingham’s NEC, by downloading a free app to your iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad. It’s not currently available on Android or other devices.

 

The best thing about it is that it has a ‘zoomable’ version of the entire event floorplan, showing all the branded stand names and numbers, putting it in the palm of your hand so you’ll be able to get about without constantly referring to a big printed show guide.

 

There’s a full exhibitor listing directory, a link to local traffic news for those approaching the show, a link to the show’s Twitter and Facebook pages, details on all the show’s attractions and amenities, and a listing of special show competitions on offer.

 

To download this smart little show app, click here.

 

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