Collaboration was the order of the day at Matrix's exhibit.
The even floor wasn't all just computer tech and lights, as much equipment and safety-related vehicles were on display.
Rel-Tek's Al Ketler struck a pose for ILN, flanked by many of the company's newest products.
While not the most beautiful photos and displays to look at, NIOSH's Anita Wolfe made sure attendees got realistic proof of the effects of black lung disease.
Strata Products and Draeger's product teaming was front and center on the Longwall USA floor thanks to the companies' model assistant.
While the first day of the Longwall USA show started off a bit on the slow side, guests made their way into the convention center throughout the day and made for an impressive initial turnout.