Digital Signage in a Manufacturing Environment

A manufacturing company was in search of a method for displaying shift assignment information (on multiple screens) for up to 300 temporary workers a day across 49 resources. After a rapid evaluation of several products, Noventri was chosen as the solution and it blew away many much more expensive solutions.

Brightsign's New HD Media Players

Interview with Brightsign's Jeff Hastings about their new HD media players

Reflect Systems Retail Digital Signage Case Studies

Reflect Systems helped Verizon and GameStop to deploy retail digital signage solutions

Edmonton City Centre attracts local shoppers with NEC video walls and targeted advertising

A successful project whose goal was to entertain passers by of the elevated walkway and increase sales of retailers in mall, as well as promote local, regional and national businesses.

Digital Signage - Getting Started

In our first article in our Digital Signage Series, we look at the basics of digital signage and how to get started.

Mitsubishi Digital Signage

Interview with Mitsubishi's James Chan about Digital Signage Displays

Glasses-Free 3D Digital Signage: Keeping It Simple

Exceptional 3D's Eric Angello explains the nuts and bolts of glasses-free 3D signage.

Obi-wan-Kenobi at a Store Near You!

Digital signage promises timelier and better targeted messaging, but getting the consumer in front of the display is still the number one challenge. Marketing Group LLC has a novel concept to solve this problem: the Holographic Greeter.

3D displays for Digital Signage

Interview with Chris Chinnock, President of Insight Media, about 3D displays and their application in digital signage.

Affordable, Easy to Deploy, Digital Signage

Many digital signage products are capable of fancy animations, video and audio: all the stuff you can't do with printed media. Many users have much simpler needs: display rotating images with some dynamic data.

Capture - and Hold - Visitor Attention with Live Messages on Your Digital Display

Having dynamic digital displays isn't always enough. In order to effectively communicate marketing messages, you must first capture the consumer's attention. As a result, a trend involving the convergence of digital displays and live messaging is gaining momentum

HTML 5 and Digital Signage

One of the most significant aspects of HTML 5 for digital signage is dynamic content. HTML 5 makes it very easy to display real time information such as stock prices, weather, news headlines, sports scores, etc. Much of this can be accomplished with technologies such as JQuery, and there are companies such as GeckoBoard who specialize in delivering business intelligence via the web. Mark Anderson is a long-time home theater enthusiast and lives on the bleeding edge of Home Automation. He will be covering everything related to Home Automation and AV. He is also a regular contributor to avystemsmag.com, where he covers commercial AV and automation.Please welcome Mark to the HomeToys team.

Capturing Eyeballs, Mindshare in a Distracted World

Today's digital signage appeals to consumers because it delivers messages in a familiar, high-quality form that competes with their entertainment devices.

Digital Signage Dayparting Takes Content Relevance to a New Level

Dayparting optimizes the relevance of your messages because it enables you to schedule various presentations to play automatically at different times of the day and specific days of the week.   Organizations that leverage both digital signage and dayparting experience added convenience, increased freedom to focus on their business, and a greater impact on the viewer.

Project Showcase - Come Fly with Crestron

Crestron DigitalMedia 8GTM Provides Ultimate Entertainment Experience at Virgin Airlines Lounge in Heathrow Airport. The DigitalMedia system, complete with the latest 8G technology, required each display device to have a dedicated cable to supply HD video, device control and Ethernet. This presented some logistical challenges as within Clubhouse there are no access hatches in the ceiling - a feature designed to preserve the sleek, seamless look of the interior.  Avensys ran all the cabling around the perimeter of the area where some ceiling grids were removable, while other cables ran under the floor.

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