White Papers & Case Studies 
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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Wednesday, 17 December 2014

In order to enable efficient two-way communication with the campus, Mahidol adopted CAYIN digital signage solutions and built a digital information network in its medical center. With the use of digital technology, the limits of traditional learning can easily be transcended. The importance of exchanging knowledge and international data-sharing can also be cultivated by creating dynamic and interactive multimedia learning environments.

Provided by CAYIN Technology Ltd.

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Tuesday, 09 September 2014

An LED display’s image quality is actually connected with its driver chips, and this is especially true in the case of fine pitch displays. Today, LED display manufacturers face six major challenges. In this white paper, Macroblock provides tips to inspect and resolve these challenges.

Provided by Macroblock

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Friday, 18 July 2014

As a new student, there is nothing worse than being late to class because you could not find the room. Digital signage technology can dramatically cut down on lost campus-goers with wayfinding integration.

Provided by Industry Weapon, Inc.

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Tuesday, 28 May 2013

Amway’s new Experience Center in Thailand adopted CAYIN’s digital signage solutions to bring their brands to life for their consumers and stakeholders.

When Amway set out to build a modern new headquarters in Thailand in 2012, their plan was to build a state of the art 9,000 square meters Amway Experience Center which is the first of its kind in Asia. They wanted each of their core brands to be supported with integrated displays and multimedia and audiovisual capabilities.

Provided by CAYIN Technology Co.Ltd.

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Tuesday, 28 May 2013

With offerings as creative and addictively delicious as Green Tea Strawberry Créme, MojiTea and Teappuccino, Argo Tea – a successful chain of specialty tea cafés – updated its static menu boards to cost-effectively improve its presentation and automate the delivery of new menu content. This Chicago-based chain of specialty tea cafés has installed a total of 78 BrightSign network-enabled digital signage players to deliver high-definition menu boards at the company’s 26 cafés located across the globe.

"BrightSign's digital signage players enabled us to consolidate management of our entire network of digital menu boards," said Simon Simonian, Argo Tea's Co-Founder. “For example, updating seasonal menu items from company headquarters centralized a process that created efficiencies and cost savings.”

Argo Tea’s triple-board menu displays use three ultra-compact BrightSign media players discreetly hidden behind slim 46- and 52-inch monitors for each location in Chicago, New York City, St. Louis, Boston, Beirut and Abu Dabi.

Provided by BrightSign

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Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc., a leading marketing technologies solutions provider, has published a new white paper outlining the advantages retailers can gain by designing stores that integrate omnichannel digital marketing solutions to enhance the customer experience. This white paper includes suggestions for leveraging technology in the store to seamlessly incorporate the digital channels that customer expect and use regularly while shopping.

Provided by Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc.

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Tuesday, 09 April 2013

Network of Omnivex powered digital signage enhances the customer experience at one of Calgary's top shopping centers.

Southcentre Mall is located in Calgary, Alberta in the community of Willow Park. The mall offers a diverse mix of more than 200 highly accliaimed stores and services. It is the exclusive location for some of Calgary's most sought-after retailers including Crate & Barrel, Restoration Hardware, Coach, Bose and Disney.

Originally opened in 1974, Southcentre was in need of a remodel in order to bring it into line with the newer shopping centers in the Calgary area. Southcentre wanted to ensure they were providing an unparalleled shopping experience an maintaining their reputation as the preferred place to shop in the Calgary area. Since the mall had been in operation for more than thirty years, management felt that it was time to expand and update the facilities, so beginning in the fall of 2007, the mall underwent a $104 million renovation to bring it to the forefront of the upscale shopping destinations. Following completion of the renovation, the mall boasts just under one million square feet of retail space.

Provided by Omnivex

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Thursday, 30 August 2012
MINNEAPOLIS, – Wireless Ronin Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: RNIN), a leading marketing technologies solutions provider, published a white paper outlining how to maximize customer engagement through omnichannel retailing methods that develop synergy across communication channels, including in-store. The white paper emphasizes the importance of consistent messaging across multiple channels and illustrates the utility of a single remote content management solution to coordinate and convey those messages.

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Friday, 10 August 2012
The owners of a Culver's restaurant in Palatine, Illinois, know their customers stand at the menu board for less than a minute before they make their selections. That is not a lot of time to communicate daily specials, price changes and new menu items as well as old favorites.

With humble Midwest origins dating back to the 1980s, Culver's was founded on the principal that it would only serve fresh, cook-to-order meals including the trademark ButterBurgers and custard. Now as a mature fast casual restaurant chain with 428 restaurants in 19 states across the United States, it can be a challenge to communicate information quickly. Plus, doing all of this a minimum cost makes for an even greater challenge.

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Provided by LG Electronics
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Wednesday, 18 July 2012
Christie is a true pioneer in regard to developing visual solution technology. As the products of Christie are of an exceptionally high level, the company wanted to reach the same high standard when the time came to refurbish Christie's EMEA head office in the United Kingdom. Not only that, the company wanted to demonstrate instantly the eye-catching added value of their award-winning Christie MicroTiles to all visitors of the EMEA head office. For Christie's management, it was clear there was only one software solution that could live up to their high demands. Christie chose Scala Services to manage the whole installation project and to supply Scala software to drive and manage their flagship installations within the head office by using Scala's Content Management and Playback solution.

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Provided by Scala
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Tuesday, 19 June 2012
How Ferrari and Maserati dealer Autostrada Sport uses digital signage to reinforce their luxury brands

Located in Oslo, Norway, Autostrada Sport sells and services Ferrari and Maserati cars. The company also operates Autostrada, with locations in Oslo and Skien, which imports, sells and services select high end model BMW, Mercedes Benz, Porsche, Aston Martin, Land Rover, Audi and Lamborghini, in addition to Ferrari and Maserati. Known for their prowess on the racetrack, unmatched designs and extreme attention to detail, these luxury sports cars appeal to a select group of affluent clientele. Autostrada Sport, in cooperation with Autoropa, imports new Ferrari and Maserati models to the Norwegian and Swedish markets. Autostrada Sport is also an authorized service center for these brands.

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Provided by Omnivex
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Thursday, 24 May 2012
On 23 June 2011, Wendy's celebrated the opening of its flagship restaurant located in Moscow's historic Arbat District. In 2011 a total of 6 restaurants were opened in Moscow, 16 more will follow by the end of 2012. Wenrus Restaurant Group, a Wendy's franchisee, plans to develop 180 restaurants in the country over the next 10 years.

The Challenge

The company was willing to use innovative technologies managing content on digital menu screens. They needed a system that would allow them to display information at the right place and the right time, controlled from a single point of contact in order to have overall and easy control to manage th content on the displays, with the possibility to run different content per display.

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Provided by AOpen
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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, 03 May 2012
Digital Signage is the ideal way to disperse content and messages in a targeted manner. Displays are now used to project HD video content, sound and text. Synergy is possible between various devices, enabling retailers to connect and interact with their customers, using the latest mobile technology.

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Provided by AOpen

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Tuesday, 24 April 2012
This white paper examines the topic of being “green” in the context of digital signage. It does not seek to address whether or not man-made global warming exists, if there were ulterior motives behind the proponents of that theory, or how –or even if- politicians should respond. Rather, this paper explores how digital signage can minimize the environmental impact of communicating with the public, specific steps to take with digital signs to ensure the environmental impact of their use is minimal, and most importantly the concept that employing “green” strategies with digital signage is a wise business decision.

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Provided by Keywest Technology
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Monday, 23 April 2012
Advertising can get lost in the fold and many theater and concert audiences have grown impervious to traditional billboards, pop up signs, and posters. MSSI and AOpen are looking to change the way signs and advertising are presented to audiences and viewers around the world. The Best Buy Theater, located in the heart of New York, is very well known for hosting high profile events such as concerts, event parties, live television, web broadcasts, and award shows, including the Heisman Trophy Ceremony, which has taken place at this venue since 2005. The multi-use facility has hosted famous bands and singers such as Jennifer Lopez, Rhianna, Linkin Park, The Roots, New Found Glory, and Jay-Z. Drawing in such a wide and diverse audience, the Best Buy Theater has the potential to influence and inspire on a level that most venues would be unable to match with its intimate and updated décor and sophisticated digital signage deployment.

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Provided by AOpen
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Wednesday, 11 April 2012
Starting a new interactive digital signage project from scratch can seem like a colossal task. Where do you begin? Googling “large touch screen” will only bring up the ubiquitous “we offer interactive solutions,” which can make even the most prolific end user tremble in frustration. So what has influenced us to trade in the old woolly mammoth digital signage for this new-age technology?

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Provided by Horizon Display
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Wednesday, 11 April 2012
KFSH&RC has a network of 500+ screens that are installed in various locations in the hospital premises, common areas and hallways. These screens used to show a mix of live television broadcasts, health related information and other content in full screen format.

Content management was a manual process and required lot of man hours.  For example, VHS tapes or DVDs were often used as a content source. Old content had to be removed continuously and it was very difficult to manage time sensitive content. 

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Provided by Navori
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Monday, 26 March 2012
Celebrating more than 30 years of banking success, Woodforest National Bank is a privately owned community bank currently servicing over 900,000 customers at more than 750 branches across the united States.

Woodforest's addition of digital signage was intended to:
  •  help communicate with the bank's many customers
  •  help promote banking products and services
  •  decrease perceived wait-time
  •  increase customer satisfaction

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Provided by Omnivex
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Sunday, 25 March 2012
FNAC is an international entertainment retail chain offering cultural and electronic products, founded by André Essel and Max Théret in 1954. It is one of the largest retailer of its kind in Europe.

The company has recently deployed a digital signage network in their corporate offices and in retail locations across Switzerland. This 100+ screen network is powered by the Navori digital signage software platform. FNAC uses the system to display corporate messages, advertising content and real-time data feeds.

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Provided by Navori
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Friday, 23 March 2012
Bulletin boards play an important role in the transmission of information throughout a campus. It is widely used to announce school’s policies, promote academic seminars,and recognize outstanding performances of students and the faculty.

However, due to limited space, lots of important information can’t be transmitted to students, faculty, visitors, and parents effectively. The school consulted VCHENG Technology, CAYIN’s certified reseller in Taiwan, and successfully leveraged the latest digital technology to create a timely paperless information channel.

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Provided by Cayin Technology Co., Ltd.
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Thursday, 15 March 2012
Baricentro Barcelona, a state-of-the-art shopping center, has now chosen to integrate Digital Signage into its retail concept, using the expertise of Digital Out of Home system integrator ALOOHA, who is a valued partner of AOpen.

Baricentro was the first shopping center built in Spain. As visionary entrepreneurs in the 1980’s the founders of Baricentro set out to revolutionize the shopping experience by building an enormous shopping center nearby the heart of Barcelona, with an ample offering of stores and entertainment.

Today, over 25 years later, Baricentro continues to be an innovator. With over 140 highly acclaimed establishments, spread out across 65,000m² of commercial space, Baricentro now holds an unparalleled offering of value-oriented stores, capable of tending to all the needs and expectations of buyers.

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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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Thursday, 08 March 2012
Carrefour in Greece currently runs 208 Acquire player units across a network of 21 stores and is part of Carrefour S.A., an international hypermarket chain headquartered in Levallois-Perret, France.

Acquires System Integration and Network Management partner, i-Contact, facilitated the requirement for large screen displays in the Carrefour supermarkets to display special offers and promotions. An additional requirement was the ability to be able to effect remote control of the LCD screens in order to adjust the speaker volume during specific times i.e. louder volume during busier periods.

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Provided by Acquire Digital
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Thursday, 16 February 2012
John Wanamaker, an early Philadelphia department store owner (1875) and considered
by many to be the father of modern advertising, helped bring into focus a common
marketing frustration – then and now – with an often-quoted phrase: “Half the money I
spend on advertising is wasted; the trouble is I don't know which half.”

While some marketers may still acutely agree with these words, times have changed – into a digital world - and tagging along with them are new shopper data collection and analysis practices – practices that ultimately stand to benefit the shopper, offering them a-call-to-digital action, heightened loyalty, and greater interactivity with their preferred brands. More so than ever, web-based and mobile marketing campaigns rely on a bevy of shopper behavior measurements, including demographics, gender, the types of purchases made, price points, the level of loyalty program engagement, coupon redemption and click rates, and the real-time location of the shopper.

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Provided by iSIGN Media Corp
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Wednesday, 15 February 2012
AOpen produces a complete array of digital signage technologies, from individual components to comprehensive platforms and end-to-end solutions.

iSign has evolved to become an interactive media solutions provider, offering proprietary, flexible and scalable hardware and software that combines the precision of direct marketing and the tracking potential of the web to deliver more cost effective and ROI-driven advertising than is possible via print, radio and television.

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Provided by iSign Media Corp
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Wednesday, 15 February 2012
UK company, The Healthcare Messaging Group, is providing NHS Hospitals with a digital signage solution that works to benefit both the hospital and the patients. The ‘Patient Information Initiative,’ operated by The Healthcare Messaging Group using signagelive software, delivers high quality bespoke creative messages on large screens positioned in primary locations around major NHS Trusts. The screens are targeting the vast footfall of patients and visitors and have been proven to enhance the communication of information to patients, staff and visitors as well as improve the patient’s hospital experience

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Provided by signagelive
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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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Thursday, 02 February 2012
CARE Media worked with ComQi to create a network of health videos in pediatric, OB/GYN and veterinary office waiting rooms, keeping patients informed without requiring staff resources.

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Provided by ComQi
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Monday, 16 January 2012
ILIS is a national IT solutions integrator with more than 95 percent of its business dedicated to serving federal, state and local government agencies, as well as education. When it came to competing against 28 other national vendors to bid on a $1 million digital signage project for the Denver International Airport, the ILIS relationship with Ingram Micro helped it win the deal. Bob Ilis, president of ILIS, talked about the success of his project.

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Provided by Ingram Micro
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Monday, 16 January 2012
The Anaheim Marriott is a 19-floor resort with over 1,000 rooms and a 54,000 square foot convention center. The hotel is adjacent to the Anaheim Convention Center and just two blocks from Disneyland. Other attractions include Edison Field (home of the Anaheim Angels), The Nixon Library, Newport Beach, and Anaheim Pond.

The hotel caters to a mix of tourist and convention guests with five restaurants and lounges, sports and recreation facilities and many other services and amenities, with an emphasis on customer service.

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Provided by Omnivex
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Tuesday, 20 December 2011
BIGGER isn’t always better, especially in the digital signage world. Huge interactive touch-screens and giant LCDs have proven their worth as consumer engagement tools, but small screens are quickly earning respect because they maximize space, cut costs, provide versatility and attract huge amounts of attention. Leading retailers, restaurants and hotels are using compact digital displays – some with screens as small as 3.5-inches.

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Provided by Pro-Motion Technology Group
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Wednesday, 07 December 2011
With more than 100,000 square feet of gaming, a 19-story hotel tower, a lush resort spa, a convention center, an event and conference area and numerous restaurants, the Hard Rock Casino and Resort in Tulsa, Oklahoma guarantees a good time for everyone. The hotel recently took steps to ensure guests can find their way around easily - and possibly receive a promotional message or two - while having all that fun.

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Sponsored by X20 Media
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Wednesday, 30 November 2011
Garmin international is a marketleader in navigation and communications systems for the airforce, automotive, watersport and outdoor sectors. They are innovators in their area of expertise and this is also shown in their promotional activities. The company installed a digital signage solution in the window of one of their stores in Moscow, Russia.

The Director of Retail at Garmin decided to look for an innovative way of promoting their navigation systems and chose for an interactive digital signage solution. This approach is completely in line with the companies mind-set to make things easier for the consumer.

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Sponsored by AOpen
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Wednesday, 26 October 2011
SABEResPODER translates to “knowledge is power” and that’s exactly what this digital signage network aims to accomplish. Using X2O Media’s Xpresenter™ software platform, the video-rich network’s objective is to educate and empower Spanish-speaking newcomers to the US by providing them with practical information to become informed, confident, and active
participants in American society.With installations in 40 locations across the US, it was imperative that the digital signage solution powering SABEResPODER’s Video Network offer a number of advanced features for multi-site networks, including:

  • the ability to target relevant content to one screen or a group of screens across the network;
  • easily and efficiently incorporate branding elements with informational content;
  • free facility staff from having to create content; and
  • automate functions of the network, such as turning the screens on and off.
To meet these needs, SABEResPODER chose Xpresenter.

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Sponsored by X20 Media

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Wednesday, 12 October 2011
CSN Wine & Spirits installed CAYIN’s digital signage solutions to empower the in-store screen media. This project was conducted and implemented by DeltaTech, CAYIN’s premium partners in Canada. The new digital screen network adds a modern touch to the traditional liquor store and conveys important information in a highly effective way.

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Sponsored by CAYIN
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Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Following the tragedy at Virginia Tech University, WVU Television Productions personnel was tasked to develop a 24/7/365 information and emergency alert network that would span two WVU campuses in Morgantown, West Virginia, with both indoor and outdoor deployments. The WVU team immediately set out to create an innovative digital signage system that would assist in protecting the nearly 29,000 students and 7,900 faculty and staff members in the event of a campus emergency, as well as provide current information to the campuses. The system, which runs on X2O Media’s Xpresenter™ platform, gives WVU a robust model both for emergency alert notifications and for providing targeted and timely content over a reliable, redundant cross-campus digital signage network.

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Sponsored by X20 Media
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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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Thursday, 08 September 2011
The Director of Retail at Garmin decided to look for an innovative way of promoting their navigation systems and chose for an interactive digital signage solution using their own software on an AOpen Digital Engine and a Philips LCD display.

Garmin international is a market leader in navigation and communications systems for the airforce, automotive, water-sport and outdoor sectors. They are innovators in their area of expertise and this is also shown in their promotional activities. The company installed a digital signage solution in the window of one of their stores in Moscow, Russia.

“Interactive solutions are ideal for drawing attention to our products,” according to Eugene Dobrynin, Director of Retail at Garmin. This approach is completely in line with the companies mind-set to make things easier for the consumer.

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Sponsored by AOpen
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Tuesday, 30 August 2011
When it comes to the trading of stocks and bonds, nothing is more important than real-time information. Therefore a new digital signage solution was installed using: AOpen Digital Engine, DISE software and Mitsubishi displays. Bolsa de Madrid updraded their real-time information display system at the stock exchange floor. An innovative project in the advanced digital signage landscape.

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Sponsored by AOpen
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Monday, 22 August 2011
Two companies—Sherlock Systems and HDDS Design—that would normally have considered each other competitors five years ago are now partners. Dave Sallander, president and CEO of Sherlock Systems and Robert Nishida, president and owner of HDDS Design talk about their business relationship and offer advice on getting the most out of partnering opportunities.

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Sponsored by Ingram Micro

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Monday, 22 August 2011
Air Canada constantly strives to improve the quality and consistency of its customer service, and keeping mobile employees scattered around the world at 36,000 feet informed with up-to-date information can be a challenge. Air Canada tackled this issue with the development of its globe TV digital signage network channel, which was recognized by the International Travel Catering Association with a 2008 Mercury Award in the Systems and Processing category.

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Sponsored by X2O Media
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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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Friday, 19 August 2011
Nanonation's software allows Pinnacle to centrally control content for all of these locations. From targeting content to groups or specific signs the CommandPoint management system allows Pinnacle to address their diverse markets from metropolitan to small town rural area. This allows Pinnacle to create playlists that share global content while having unique content for specific groups of locations.

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Sponsored by Nanonation
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Tuesday, 09 August 2011
The need to improve the Old Market presented the chamber of commerce with the opportunity to do something special. David Brown, president and CEO of the Greater Omaha Chamber, decided the space should be used to raise awareness about outstanding local businesses as well as buildup the greater community of Omaha. Digital signage was an obvious solution, but Brown wanted to ensure that whatever was ultimately done included an artistic touch.

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Sponsored by Keywest Technology

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Monday, 08 August 2011
CAYIN digital signage solution creates modern learning environment for BarcelonaTech in Spain
TAIPEI, TAIWAN, - CAYIN’s digital signage players empower 15 LCD screens in BarcelonaTech (UPC). This project was conducted and implemented by PGN and imaginArt, CAYIN’s premium partners in Spain. The new digital screen network has created a paperless environment and provides updated information to students and visitors while simplifying daily operation at the same time.

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Sponsored by Cayin Technology Co. Ltd.
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Monday, 25 July 2011
To provide the citizens who are visiting the Legislative Assembly House with a tool which will allow them, through interactive digital signage presentation, to obtain information regarding the work of the Legislature.

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Sponsored by UCView
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Thursday, 14 July 2011
A prestigious fashion brand decided to go digital marketing inside their entire retail shop chain worldwide. With a dedicated content development team, this company needs a world class and fully connected digital signage network to deploy their product and marketing
audiovisual content in their own network all over the world. After a tight selection progress,
they chose IBASE partner’s software as the digital signage system backbone and IBASE’s
SI-28 professional media player as the front-end player.

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Sponsored by IBASE
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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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Thursday, 07 July 2011
For Kevin Griffin, president of BLR Sign Systems, adding digital signage to his traditional signage and graphics business opened the doors to new opportunities. He talks about how he added digital signage to his line card, the opportunities it presents, the solution and advice for those considering extending their business into digital signage.

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Sponsored by Ingram Micro
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Thursday, 07 July 2011
In 2008, KPN knew it was time to change the retail strategy in its KPN Primafoon stores when the company found itself facing several challenges: perceived long waiting times in the stores, a low conversion rate, low revenues per customer and a low in-store representation of the core customer focus group (25- to 40-years olds).

KPN decided to transform all the Primafoon stores to shops with a more modern look and feel. This strategy resulted in a completely new interior design and name for all the outlets: KPN Store.

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Sponsored by SCALA
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Tuesday, 28 June 2011
The museum is not only up-to-date with history but also invests in current times. The museum makes use of today’s growing digital world with endless possibilities. The new concept strengthens the aesthetics of the museum. Visitors reaction is positive and the sales of the museum have gone up since the implementation of digital signage.

Download the case study, provided by AOpen.
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Monday, 06 June 2011
Port Madison Enterprises (PME) manages a casino, resort, spa, lodge, golf course, gas stations and convenience stores. PME needed to communicate to over 750 employees between its various establishments on a daily basis at all hours of the day and night. Internal communications via email and printed flyers and verbal messages were not always reaching the entire staff. Learn how implementing a digital signage network empowered PME to make more effective, simple and less time consuming and costly employee communications.

Download the case study, sponsored by Flypaper.
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Monday, 06 June 2011

Center Parcs, operates holiday villages throughout Europe. Each village offers an extensive range of sports and leisure activities, plus numerous restaurants, bars, retail outlets and a spa facility. Center Parcs teamed up with Acquire to create interactive activity booking kiosks and digital signage screens for guests.

Download the case study, sponsored by Acquire.

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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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Friday, 06 May 2011
When the Blue Valley School District in southern Johnson County, Kansas, envisioned giving high school students a taste of what it’s like to work in the corporate world, it decided the typical classroom experience just wouldn’t do.

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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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Thursday, 28 April 2011

Customer uncertainty represents an opportunity for restaurants improve their bottom line by leading patrons to items with higher profit margins and encouraging diners to buy more. This white paper discusses how to reach out to customers at the point of sale using digital displays, videos and employee interaction. Learn the benefits of marketing at the POS, including:

  • Automated marketing
  • Suggestive up-selling
  • Advanced dayparting

Download the white paper.

Sponsored by WAND Corporation.

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Monday, 18 April 2011
iPORT Media provides digital signage in patient waiting areas in doctors' offices and delivers custom content for healthcare providers. And while the company was growing rapidly, its business model for doing installations was holding it back. This case study discusses how iPORT Media partnered with Kodak Service & Support, a global leader in customer and technical support, to install products in locations across the country.

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Friday, 15 April 2011

In order to service its customers and increase sales, Sporthaus Schuster, a sporting goods retailer based in Germany, partnered with two digital signage solution providers to create an interactive navigation center. Friendlyway, a provider of touch screen kiosks, digital signage solutions and internet kiosk software offered Store Navigator. The system is a turnkey solution for retail stores, which makes navigating the building easier and requires minimum maintenance costs and time. In addition, 21 displays powered by AOpen digital engine media player, were installed to help customers by showing route descriptions and promotions.

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Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Interactivity between a mobile device and digital signage is more than texting a message to a display in a public place. Digital signage providers are using mobile technologies to target specific audiences and extend the viewing experience. This white paper discusses the way these two technologies can co-exist, including:

  • Controlling the content
  • Serving as an extension
  • Initiating a transaction

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Wednesday, 30 March 2011
Every company needs a sound communications strategy to be successful, but how does digital media fit into the equation? This paper focuses on the integration of digital media into a communications plan and how to best leverage innovative technology to complement that strategy.

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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, 30 December 2010

Digital signage in airports can enhance the travel experience while also reducing the workload of airline and airport employees. The technology commonly is used in airports for arrival boards and alert systems, but there are other uses. Digital signage can be used for:

  • Wayfinding
  • Advertising
  • Real-time messaging
  • Communication with travelers

Download the white paper.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 09:06 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 29 December 2010

Shopping malls, with their diverse audiences and variety of stores, can be ideal places for digital signage. But in such a crowded, noisy space, it can be hard for the signage to stand out. When deploying digital signage in a mall, it's important to consider:

  • Location
  • Content
  • Demographics

Download the white paper.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 09:35 am   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 28 December 2010

Traditional advertising has been hit hard by innovations such as the Internet, social media and DVRs, which allow viewers to skip commercials. But according to a recent study, digital out-of-home advertising is more effective than ever. DOOH is ubiquitous, with 47 percent of viewers who have seen a digital place-based video in the past month specifically recalling advertisements. DOOH also is effective, with 19 percent of viewers who have seen a digital out-of-home advertisement making an unplanned purchase after seeing an item featured on a digital screen.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 03:01 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 30 November 2010

As online learning and distance education becomes more popular, interactive whiteboards are becoming more common. In addition to showing typical types of information, such as handwritten notes, electronic whiteboards also can play music and video files and open presentations such as PowerPoint files and electronic books. Benefits of interactive whiteboards include:

  • More interactive, two-way communication between students and teachers
  • Electronic media can be annotated or hyperlinked, creating a more dynamic experience
  • More control of the presentation by teachers

Download the white paper.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:55 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 16 November 2010
New Keywest Technology white paper explains benefits of digital signage
“Why Digital Signage?,” a new white paper from the Lenexa, Kan., based company offers important insights into how digital signage addresses a variety of communications issues facing today’s professional communicators.

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Monday, 11 October 2010

Digital signage is a powerful tool for retailers, but navigating the vast array of information to choose the right system can feel daunting. Learn five strategies for successfully deploying digital signage, including:

  • Content
  • Placement
  • Dwell
  • Dayparting

Download this guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 08:37 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 11 October 2010

Digital signage is an increasingly common way to reach consumers, and a crucial element to a successful digital signage deployment is the content displayed on the digital sign. Good content means that the network is running smoothly and targeted messages are reaching consumers, helping to drive ROI. But navigating content management can be complex. Learn about:

  • The major types of content management software
  • Trends in content management
  • Aggregators
  • Add-ons 

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 08:34 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 11 October 2010

Digital signage and digital out-of-home solutions are becoming more ubiquitous in the marketplace. In order to maximize ROI, network owners are turning to advertising to monetize the system. But advertising can do more than help with costs; it also can help improve the look of a store, help increase brand loyalty and save a company money. In this guide, learn about:

  • Monetizing digital signage
  • Current trends
  • Measurement and analysis
  • Choosing the right equipment
  • What the future holds

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 08:32 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 11 October 2010

The digital signage phenomenon can be found in an assortment of industries, from retail and malls to corporations and universities. Learn how to effectively integrate this technology into the food service industry with digital menu boards and weekly specials. Digital signage in restaurants can:

  • Improve branding
  • Reduce perceived wait time
  • Ease dayparting

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 08:25 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 11 October 2010

Hospitals and doctors' offices have their own unique communications challenges, but deploying digital signage can help them overcome the tedious check-in process and other patient troubles, such as navigating the building and sitting in a waiting room for hours on end.

Learn how digital signage technology can be utilized throughout the healthcare industry, including:

  • Facilitating communication with staff
  • Minimizing perceived wait times
  • Informing patients

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 08:19 am   |  Permalink   |  
Thursday, 12 August 2010

Digital signage is an increasingly important part of how a business communicates with its customers and employees. And as the industry evolves, today's content management systems are both less expensive and easier to use. Users now can choose between:

  • Enterprise systems
  • SaaS systems

Download the white paper.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 01:32 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 11 August 2010

Successful kiosk deployoment requires careful planning and consideration of key questions before beginning a project. In addition to functionality, deployers also must consider concepts such as customer experience, aesthetics and branding goals. Intelligent kiosk design incorporates:

  • Usable aesthetics
  • Careful component selection
  • Ergonomics and accessibility

Download the guide.

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Tuesday, 03 August 2010

Financial institutions are under increasing pressure to connect with customers quickly and effecitvely. Digital signage allows banks and credit unions to convey their message and capture the customer's attention, all while improving the customer experience. In addition, digital signage can:

  • Offer training to staff
  • Connect customers with financial experts in other locations
  • Promote special offers and customized messaging

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 03:16 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 16 July 2010

Digital screens are changing the ways in which educational facilities communicate. With digital signage, schools can reach students, faculty and staff with consistent, relevant messaging, quickly. Additionally, digital signage can generate revenue for students, as advertisers use the screens to reach the coveted 18- to 24-year-old demographic. In this guide, learn:

  • How to most effectively deploy digital signage on campus
  • Content best practices
  • Project management plans
  • Maximizing the value of the signage

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 03:56 pm   |  Permalink   |  
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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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 03:53 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Communication is a vital part of keeping college students, staff and faculty safe on campus. Digital signage offers a way to present information quickly across an entire campus. In case of fire, severe weather or hostile situation, digital signage can share breaking news and offer life-saving details. However, to ensure the most effective digital signage system, it's important to consider:

  • Compatibility. Many departments might purchase their own digital signage systems, but the signage must be able to display messages campus-wide.
  • Cost. Universities must choose whether to upgrade the entire system or purchase a product that ensures digital signage is compatible across the campus.

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Monday, 21 June 2010

Villanova University wanted to disseminate information to students, staff and faculty in an attractive and timely manner. Rise Display's digital signage system offered a solution. Now, university administrators can control the composition and timing of all content. Paper postings have been limited, and the volume of e-mails has dropped. In addition to displaying information about campus events, schedules and emergency notifications, the system also features advertising from local merchants that accept the school's debit card.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:58 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

The Blake School, a private college preparatory school in the Minneapolis metropolitan area, was looking for a way to improve internal communications with students and parents across all three campuses. The system needed to support multiple display screens, and all the screens had to be managed from a central location. The school chose Rise Display because of its subscription-based option and its automatic upgrades. Now, the digital signage displays news for and about all grade levels, an automatic weather feed, a calendar for campus-specific events and a campus-specific news screen.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:54 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

Metropolitan Community College serves approximately 5,000 commuter students. Catching their attention to convey important information isn't always easy, but Rise Display's digital signage offered a solution. The company placed LCD monitors in key locations, and the system is updated and kept current by one gatekeeper. The school can now communicate more efficiently and effectively with its student population, helping to keep them engaged with campus life.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:51 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

The Julliard School wanted to add digital signage to its lobby to communicate with internal and on-campus audiences about events, news and weather. However, the first system the school implemented was too complex. Rise Display's combination of high-end display hardware and Web-based sign content management software offered the simplicity Julliard needed. The software, which was easier to implement and use, has enhanced communication with students and staff, without requiring a significant learning curve.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:48 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

The Heritage Valley Health System employs more than 4,300 people, and needed a way to communicate with employees and visitors across a variety of locations. Rise Display offered an out-of-the-box solution that has become an integral part of the hospital's communication tools. The LCD displays offer teasers directing viewers toward information on the hospital's website, and eventually will provide real-time wait times for patients.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:44 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

The College of William and Mary's Mason School of Business needed a room that would serve as both a financial market lab and as a lecture space. Rise Display created a digital signage network that presents news stations, stock and bond market graphs, foreign currency exchange rates and historical stock and bond market graphs. Students learn how to work with visual distraction, while professors can program relevant data, enhancing the learning experience.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:37 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

Ben Franklin Technology Partners needed to facilitate communication between resident companies and visitors to its business incubators. Rise Display's digital signage network, including a video wall in the front lobby and 12 LCD displays in common areas, offered a solution. The network shares business news, offers information to visitors and enhances communication between resident companies.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:32 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 21 June 2010

The Alabama Teachers Credit Union needed an effective way to share its messages with customers, without crowding the lobby with print ads. Rise Display's digital signage offered a solution. The signage conveys information about marketing promotions, products and services and regulations. Customers are more comfortable waiting in line to process transactions, and the credit union is able to effectively reach its clients.

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Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 02:26 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Digital signage, when used properly, can help retailers attract new customers and encourage existing customers to spend more money. But a successful digital signage deployment requires thoughtful planning and clear goals on the part of the retailer. In this guide, learn about:

  • Best practices
  • Ad placement
  • Interactivity

Download the guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 10:11 am   |  Permalink   |  
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

Download the complete guide.

Posted by: Digital Screenmedia Association AT 03:13 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
In partnership with Wireless Ronin, Teva created an interactive customer experience using the RoninCast digital signage system. Through a 12 inch all-in-one (built-in media player) touch screen display, Teva provides an interactive and integrated custom brand experience for each customer. Download Now.
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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.
Posted by: AT 02:50 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Hardware and software must work together for an optimal digital signage experience. An OEM partner can help optimize software and ensure that the proper hardware is used, creating a flawless digital signage experience. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 02:45 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
 What impact will dynamic digital communication have on your business in the coming years? Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Digital media is changing the face of the retail environment – from the in-store experience to the way decisions are made at the point of decision. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
People are eating out now more than ever before, and smart restaurateurs are using digital technology to engage their customers on a deeper level. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
The University of Akron wanted to more effectively communicate and update their campus messages to meet the goals of a variety of university stakeholders, so they turned to Wireless Ronin Technologies to design and deploy a digital signage network. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 02:01 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
We examine digital signage deployments in nine different verticals that have seen financial success and ROI. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Black Box Corporation announced that Fremont Memorial Hospital in Fremont, Ohio has deployed Black Box’s iCOMPEL digital signage system as a communications platform for welcoming visitors and for promoting healthcare services in its facility. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 11:35 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Gabberts, a premier fine furnishing and interior design studio in the Midwest, chose to install a digital signage system and interactive touch screens to further engage its guests and create more compelling selling opportunities. WRT created an interactive application that incorporated the necessary features and functions as required by Gabberts including a product configurator and wayfinding system. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 11:35 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
As restaurants incorporate more digital systems, managing the different elements becomes more complicated. Integration is key to the successful running of a digital restaurant. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 11:23 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
 JMJ-LLC, a Wendy's franchisee, needed a way to increase customer convenience and save money while serving millions of customers in the busy Las Vegas airport. WAND Corporation's state-of-the-art POS system offered a solution. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 11:14 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Digital signage has revolutionized business in the previous months — and the best is yet to come. What impact will dynamic signage technology have on your business in the next five years? This in-depth guide will help you explore the emerging issues and understand how this rapidly changing technology is going to help your business grow. Plus, learn the results of our exclusive State of the Digital Signage Industry Survey. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 11:12 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
If anyone believes that the advent of digital media spelled the end of the printed page, he should visit the Academy Bookstore in Sweden. Find out how Scala deployed a digital signage solution that opens consumers' minds to the treasure of books. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 10:32 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
 TMI Forest Products needed to get the word out to consumers about its latest fencing system. AVI created interactive digital signage, featuring flash animation, music and a voice-over. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 10:28 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Two airports in Shanghai turned to C-nario to provide software for more than 200 displays. Find out how the solution is helping boost revenue. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 10:11 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Zoofari Café, part of the New Orleans Audubon Zoo, caught attention when it installed four 46-inch LCD screens. The café now uses the screens to display content and advertising that promote the zoo’s food offerings as well as highlight wildlife education. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 10:07 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
Customers have more choices than ever, all of them competing for attention. Digital menu boards allow retailers to use dynamic messaging to convey brand information, advertise specials and deliver highly targeted promotions. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 10:04 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
The concept of digital signage is easy: show great content on great hardware. But the technology behind it can be daunting for newcomers and pros alike. This guide digs deep into the nuts and bolts of successful digital signage to explain the inner workings of this terrific new business tool. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 09:38 am   |  Permalink   |  
Wednesday, 12 May 2010
One prominent business model for digital signage involves selling third-party advertising on one or more screens. It’s not for everyone, but for those businesses that can make it work, the sponsored model is a powerful way to monetize digital signs. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 08:49 am   |  Permalink   |  
Thursday, 04 March 2010
Provider Reality Interactive created stylish, effective “personal signage” using off-the-shelf digital frames at teller windows and teller lines. Download Now.
Posted by: Reality Interactive AT 03:53 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Business executives of all levels often say that spreading the corporate message to the troops is one of the most important and difficult aspects of their jobs. Digital signage — combining eye-catching graphics and state-of-the-art content management — can help put and keep everyone on the same page. Download Now.
Posted by: ChyTV AT 10:41 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
When it comes to digital signage, the absence of clear, traditional ROI can complicate the decision to install a network or even a single screen. This guide looks at ways to track and improve your signs’ contribution to the bottom line. Download Now.
Posted by: Pallyn AT 10:40 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Newcomers to digital signage, and even some veterans, can look at sales collaterals and be dumbfounded by the specialized numbers, letters and symbols that describe the technology. This guide helps both groups understand what to look for when looking for digital signage. Download Now.
Posted by: AVI AT 10:37 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
For companies deploying digital signage, software choices can be intimidating. Here's what to look for in a software platform, and how it should interact with your screens (and your people). Download Now.
Posted by: Nanonation AT 10:20 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Schools, institutions and corporations are learning that digital signage is an effective way to inform. Find out how to make the most out of communicating through a digital medium. Download Now.
Posted by: Dynasign AT 10:18 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
More companies are turning to digital signage as a means to earn advertising revenue, but to be successful, deployers need to understand the process from start to finish. Learn key information for increasing sales and saving money through the use of advertising on digital signage screens. Download Now.
Posted by: NEC AT 10:01 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Everything a first-time digital signage deployer needs to know about this ever rapidly developing technology. Download Now.
Posted by: Networld Alliance AT 09:43 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
What impact will dynamic digital signage have on your business in the coming years? Download Now.
Posted by: Networld Alliance AT 09:41 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Want to reduce your restaurant's perceived wait time, entertain patrons and decrease paper waste? Consider digital signage. Download Now.
Posted by: NEC AT 09:38 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Digital signage can be a powerful tool to communicate with customers in the retail environment, but poor digital signage can simply create confusion. For retailers, effective digital signage must be integrated into the store, engaging the customer, offer useful information and convey a consistent message. Download Now.
Posted by: In-store Touchmedia AT 09:10 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Learn about the emerging world of dynamic signage - and how to implement it in your business - with this free guide. Download Now.
Posted by: Networld Alliance AT 08:27 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
The definition of an "impression" is changing take a look behind the scenes of ad buying, audience measurement and data analysis to learn just what the numbers mean, and how to generate them. Download Now.
Posted by: BroadSign AT 08:23 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Content and content management are crucial to a successful digital signage deployment. Understanding the types of content-management systems, content trends and the usefulness of aggregators can help a deployer create compelling, targeted content that drives ROI. Download Now.
Posted by: NEC AT 08:12 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
It's no longer enough to merely sell products and services — today, successful businesses engage customers intellectually and emotionally. Digital signage accomplishes both goals, while invigorating the bottom line. Download Now.
Posted by: Nanonation AT 08:11 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Our experts predict the year’s future for digital signage companies big and small. Download Now.
Posted by: AT 07:43 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
Digital menu boards convey brand info, specials and targeted promotions. Download Now.
Posted by: Networld Alliance AT 07:42 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 01 January 2010
As financial services become more complex, consumer education becomes more critical – and digital signage allows FIs to better communicate with and reach customers and members. Download Now.
Posted by: Networld Alliance AT 07:33 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 30 November 2009
As digital signage evolves, more retailers are using the technology to make an impact. Small screens can be an inexpensive way to influence customers at the point of purchase. Download now.
Posted by: Industrial Image, Inc. AT 08:36 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 23 November 2009
It might seem like an unlikely pairing, but religious institutions are increasingly using technology to recruit and maintain members. Technology, specifically self-service technology, enables religious organizations to keep pace with the rest of society.   Download now.
Posted by: Livewire AT 08:45 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 09 November 2009
The latest upgrade at the Southwest Virginia Museum Historical State Park mixes with technology with historic artifacts to give visitors to the site an in-depth look at the story of coal mining in Southwest Virginia. The centerpiece of the new display is an interactive computer program, housed in a replica of a coal car. Using touch-screen technology, visitors can navigate through four multi-media interpretive programs designed to tell the story of coal and the men who worked the mines. Download now.
Posted by: Imperial Multimedia AT 08:58 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 28 September 2009
When implementing self-service technologies — such as kiosks, self checkouts or price checkers — retailers often have little previous experience to use as a baseline. Unlike many other technology implementations, self-service elements are consumer-facing and often require an entirely new testing and planning model to be successful. Download now.
Posted by: Direct Source, Inc. AT 08:12 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 17 August 2009
Founded in late 2006, Digital Promo Network is a privately held company that places digital screens in convenience stores, then sells advertising space on those screens to the brands whose products can be found on the shelves nearby. Download now.
Posted by: BroadSign AT 09:41 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 15 June 2009
Switching from static to digital signage creates a modern environment in a trendy retail clothing store. Download now.

Posted by: NEC Display Solutions AT 08:21 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 08 June 2009
Innovation is all about having a window into the future. That window is wide open when it comes to the convergence of the cellphone and digital media at retail. All we need to do is watch the way teens and 20-somethings use cellphones to shop, and that future is plain to see. Download now.
Posted by: EnQii AT 08:25 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 11 May 2009
Chevron, a longtime fixture in the c-store segment, turned to PumpMedia and UCView Media to optimize the gas-pumping experience for its customers using interactive and entertaining displays. Download now.
Posted by: UCView Media AT 08:31 am   |  Permalink   |  
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.
Posted by: EnQii AT 08:35 am   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 24 March 2009
Spain’s third largest bank in volume of managed services was looking to implement digital signage in its branch offices to enhance the level of customer service and improve communications with its customers. Download now.
Posted by: Scala AT 08:40 am   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 17 March 2009
When Hollywood Casino in Tunica, Miss., and Cherokee Casino and Resort in Tulsa, Okla., needed a self-order touchscreen kiosk, they turned to NEXTEP. Find out about NEXTEP's Employee Dining Room kiosk solution. Download now.
Posted by: NEXTEP AT 08:42 am   |  Permalink   |  
Thursday, 08 January 2009
D2 Sales' interactive bus shelters helped introduce the new Treo to a new audience. Download now.
Posted by: KioskMarketplace.com AT 10:56 am   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 07 October 2008
When the people of Bermuda wanted to deploy informative plasma screens in its bus terminal area, they knew there would be difficulties. Discover how ITSEnclosures was able to protect the displays from the salty sea air. Download now.
Posted by: ITSEnclosures AT 11:47 am   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 09 September 2008
The J. Paul Getty Museum, designed by architect Richard Meier, occupies 750 acres of land in the Santa Monica Mountains foothills. The sprawling facility is home to countless masterpieces from European painters and sculptors, illuminated manuscripts, decorative art and photographs. Find out how self-service and digital signage tech improved the overall experience for visitors. Download now.
Posted by: SeePoint Interaci\tive Kiosk Systems AT 11:26 am   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 19 August 2008
Buying a home just got a lot more fun, thanks to GestureTek's Illuminate Display. Find out how the touchscreen spruced up the selling process for one condo developer. Download now
Posted by: GestureTek AT 11:36 am   |  Permalink   |  
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.
Posted by: Key West Technology AT 09:42 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 10 September 2007
When Royal Caribbean Cruise Lines launched their latest 3,600 passenger Freedom Class ships, they needed a way to better promote the best in class capabilities the spa and fitness center offers. Royal Caribbean turned to Nanonation to create an upscale information touchscreen. Download now.
Posted by: Nanonation AT 10:14 am   |  Permalink   |  
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.
Posted by: Nanonation AT 10:29 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 11 June 2007
Travel agencies spend large amounts of money on posters and airfare boards. The Scala Infochannel system is making these promotions easier for these agencies. Download now.
Posted by: Scala, Inc. AT 08:55 am   |  Permalink   |  
Friday, 06 October 2006

The advent of digital signage and the software to control it is revolutionizing marketing. Here’s how digital signage works, and how to take advantage of its power for your customer-driven business. Read this new special report from ADFLOW Networks and SelfServiceWorld.com.  Download now.

Posted by: SelfServiceWorld.com AT 12:01 pm   |  Permalink   |  
Tuesday, 08 August 2006
When OfficeMax wanted to attract more attention to in-store marketing, it tapped ADFLOW Networks' digital signage solutions. Download now.
Posted by: ADFLOW Technology AT 08:44 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 19 June 2006
Digital signs help guests on Carnival cruise ships find cabin information, or directions to ship amenities. Guests touch the Actalyst interactive overlay to view or search for basic information in a comprehensive, readable format. Download now.
Posted by: SMART Technologies AT 09:13 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 12 June 2006
A Bailiwick white paper, describing the process of deploying digital signs to exacting standards in a financial institution. Download now.
Posted by: Bailiwick AT 09:21 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 01 May 2006
The famous museum tapped the cutting-edge video engineering firm to provide an immersive user experience. Download now.
Posted by: GestureTek AT 09:50 am   |  Permalink   |  
Monday, 17 April 2006
Mobile Bay tapped MontegoNet for a kiosk that tracks data on the visitors who use it. It also uses digital signage to show looping video to those who pass by. Download now.
Posted by: MontegoNet AT 10:08 am   |  Permalink   |  

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