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Tuesday, 27 January 2015

ICOR International Systems and BrightSign have teamed-up to outfit a new lounge reserved for VIP members and their guests at the BB&T Center, home of the Florida Panthers located in Sunrise, Florida. The BB&T Club Red VIP Luxury Lounge highlights the growing trend among professional sporting venues of building sophisticated, refined lounges to entertain their most important fans and patrons.

Provided by BrightSign

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Tuesday, 19 June 2012
CREOSO's customer, a Texas zoo, dedicated to promote awareness and cultural enrichment through education and recreation, wanted to draw special attention to environmental aspects and endangered species in their own region within one of their exhibits.

Since the zoo is heavily visited by school groups and families with children under 14 years, they though of an interactive kiosk where a quiz about endangered species as well as information about each species could be offered to the visitors in an attractive and engaging format.

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Provided by CREOSO
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Wednesday, 23 May 2012
Canada's Wonderland, located just outside Toronto, in Vaughan, Ontario is Canada's largest theme park. The park sits on 379 acres of land and boasts North America's greatest variety of roller coasters, with 13 in all, more than 50 rides in total, plus Splash works, a 20-acre water park, with 12 attractions and almost 2 million gallons of water.

Canada's Wonderland is owned and operated by Paramount Parks Inc. Paramount Parks is a leading developer and operator of world-class theme parks and location-based attractions, entertaining more than 13 million guests annually.

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Provided by Omnivex
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Thursday, 08 March 2012
The digital signage seed was planted five years ago at an Ingram Micro event. At the time, Mike Ohren, CEO of MacMan was exploring opportunities that could leverage his successful Apple business. Today, that seed has blossomed into a new business division that recently put MacMan front and center in the city of Eau Clair, Wisconsin.

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Provided by Ingram Micro
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Tuesday, 07 February 2012
Since 1977, CinemaxX – who boast 295 screens seating 78,000 people at 34 multiplexes throughout Germany and Denmark, entertaining close to 20 million cinema-goers each year - has been one of Germany’s most successful and forward-thinking cinema operators. CinemaxX wanted to take advantage of digital signage to modernize its movie theatres – replacing static billboards with dynamic content; to better promote its events; to attract younger customers; to create a competitive advantage; and to maximize income from the advertising opportunity provided by its foyers.

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Provided by ComQi
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Friday, 30 September 2011
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Tuesday, 27 September 2011
When you talk with Patricia Cuadros, director of sales for Tru Technical Partners, you get the sense that you’re talking more with an artist than an IT sales executive. “I enjoy selling and working with digital signage customers because I like envisioning how the end solution will look,” says Patricia. As a result, her company has installed some impressive video walls in and around the Bay Area.

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Sponsored by
Ingram Micro
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Monday, 22 August 2011
Digital signage has changed the way business interact with potential customers. Now, the technology itself is changing. Three-dimensional digital signage provides a more detailed, eye-catching and immersive experience for the customer, but in the past, the cost has been prohibitive. With advances in content creation and screen technology, 3-D digital signage is becoming more affordable and accessible, and cumbersome red-and-blue glasses are no longer needed to view it. 3-D digital signage can be used:

  • In high-traffic areas
  • Anywhere there is a long wait time
  • In a retail window, to get the attention of passersby

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Sponsored By Magnetic 3D

Posted courtesy of RetailCustomerExperience.com
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Thursday, 14 July 2011
It’s one of the world’s largest convention facilities with over 3.2 million square feet of space. It hosts dozens of high profile events each year attracting millions of convention and meeting delegates. When it comes to communicating with those delegates and visitors through digital signage, the Las Vegas Convention Center (LVCC) chose the Xpresenter™ platform to power their network of over 20 digital displays positioned throughout the facility.

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Sponsored by X20 Media
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Friday, 27 May 2011
The San Francisco Giants, 2010 World Series Champions, are a technology savvy MLB team. Always looking to improve fan experience, efficiency and increase revenue, they explored the use of digital menu boards to replace traditional static displays. With a large number of home games per season, changing menu content for non baseball events poses a labor intensive and logistical challenge. ping HD created a solution that would enable pricing and product changes from one event to another in a cost effective and timely manner that yielded a positive ROI.

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Thursday, 05 May 2011
CAYIN’s digital signage players empower 22 LCD screens in the Glorietta and Greenbelt cinemas in the Philippines. This project was conducted and implemented by Mediacast Digital Group, CAYIN’s certified reseller in the Philippines. The new digital screen network has livened up the environment and simultaneously simplified daily operation.

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Friday, 25 March 2011
Facility: The Fabulous Palm Springs Follies
in the Plaza Theatre
Location: Palm Springs, California
Challenge: Create a video wall to serve as a background/enhancement to the live
performers on a very small stage
Solution: 46” NEC X461UN in a 5x5 configuration
Date: Fall 2010

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Thursday, 21 October 2010

LEGOLAND California, a family theme park, needed an interactive kiosk to provide personalized mock driver's licenses to children. The park turned to INTOUCH Interactive, who partnered with software provider PROVISIO to create a customized kiosk application. The kiosk features:

  • A rich content interface
  • The ability to interact with the theme park's POS system
  • Automatic handling of attract screens and session timeouts

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Friday, 16 July 2010

When the Super Bowl came to Miami, the Dolphins and the NFL wanted a way to wow VIPs, including team owners and executives, with digital entertainment. A partnership with Magnetic 3D, the world's leading end-to-end provider of auto-stereoscopic 3-D displays and 3-D digial media products and services, offered a solution. In the Suites of the Future, VIPs at Super Bowl XLIV enjoyed 3-D digital signage with a variety of marketing messages that impressed viewers and demonstrated the future of sports entertainment.

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Tuesday, 15 June 2010
Today's 3G and emerging 4G-based cellular networks make digital signage more cost-effective, practical and flexible. Digital signage networks that run on cellular-based Internet support provide all the capabilities of a hardwired network without its inherent limitations. And the advent of 4G promises to bring a new level of content to networks, including increased broadband, interactivity and on-demand video. Learn how to harness the power of 3G and 4G cellular-based digital signage, including:
  • The key business advantages
  • How cellular-based digital signage works in specific verticals
  • The cast of carriers

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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
When companies like Liberty Travel Inc. decide to invest in marketing, they usually expect to enhance their brand. They don't expect to improve short-term profit margins. But that's exactly what happened when Liberty, with EnQii's help, initiated a digital signage rollout. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Everything is rockin' at the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas - including the digital signage network. Find out how Scala's Infochannel has spruced up the premesis.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Entertainment is all about message, so what would make a more helpful partner than vibrant, hot display technology. Learn here about how to combine the newest medium with some of the oldest to get the best of both. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Everything a first-time digital signage deployer need to know. Download Now.
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Friday, 01 January 2010
When one of the Northeast's premiere destinations for sporting events, concerts and more decided to deploy self-ordering kiosks at its concessions stands, it turned to NEXTEP SYSTEMS to get the job done. Download Now.
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Monday, 03 August 2009
King Soopers, a division of the Kroger Corp., worked with Livewire to develop a self-service solution for the sale of discounted ski lift tickets, baseball, concert and amusement park tickets. Download now.
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Tuesday, 05 May 2009
Europe’s largest Ferris wheel deployed a digital messaging system to enhance the guest experience and increase promotional revenue by 30 percent. Find out what additional benefits operators of the London Eye realized by implementing this system in this case study from EnQii. Download now.
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Tuesday, 31 March 2009
NEXTEP SYSTEMS has developed a line of self-ordering and transactional kiosks to be deployed at concessions stands in event venues. The installation of the system in six of Boston's TD Banknorth Garden’s concessions locations means sports fans never have to miss the action. Download now.
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Tuesday, 17 June 2008
The founder of Golfing Solutions had an idea to create a new unique way for golfers to enjoy the friendly competition of matching their skills against fellow golfers. Other companies had created systems for golf courses that would allow golfers to try their skill at obtaining a hole-in-one. Golfing Solutions wanted to expand on that concept. Download now.
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Monday, 05 November 2007
Retail outlets in Colorado were looking for a way to automate their ski lift ticket sales so their staff could focus on selling higher margin equipment and provide better service to their customers. The goal for Livewire was to develop a solution to all of this problem, resulting in significant benefit to all parties involved. Download now.
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Monday, 15 October 2007
Graceland visitors are treated to a largescreen presentation about Elvis that includes historical video, movie clips and music videos. Download now.
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Monday, 20 August 2007
The Minnesota Wild NHL hockey team wanted an end-to-end, scalable platform for delivering interactive HDTV and entertainment content to some of its best customers. Nanonation went to work and created the first interactive, customizable skybox system. Download now.
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Monday, 06 March 2006
For as long as people can remember, waiting in line to buy a ticket to the latest movie was a tolerated, but annoying part of the movie theatre experience. Omniterm Data Technology offered a better, more convenient way for movie-goers to purchase tickets and concessions.
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