Digital Signage & Engagement
The team at Signagelive have been using their digital signage expertise to assist AGnVET Services, discover how digital signage has improved their customer experiences.
AVIXA have announced the launch of a global design competition aimed at showcasing the talents and increasing important role of creative content designers who are bringing life to digital canvasses.
Driven by technological innovation, LED Video Display products and Content Design are expected to enjoy strong demand over the next two years.
Barco, a global leader in visualisation solutions introduced their newest LED series. Barco’s XT series is specifically designed to provide premium quality and reliability, addressing a broad audience in a wider range of indoor LED applications.
Barco’s latest projector UDM-4K22 offers the lightest 22k laser projector on the market, with no compromise on quality or brightness.
Introducing Fusion Signage, the Content Management System built for simplicity. In a matter of minutes, you’ll have your screen added, content uploaded and playlist scheduled.
Using a simple digital media player and a camera, businesses can now use powerful artificial intelligence software to enable their digital signage to learn from its audience and deliver customised content. AdMobilize is a world leader in this technology and they will be in Melbourne this year as part of the Integrate Expo.
Digital signage and interactive displays are making a big impact across different markets from hospitality and healthcare to the corporate world.
As the largest festival of its kind in the southern hemisphere, Vivid Sydney is expected to draw 2.2 million people through its exhibits this year, not including those who engage via digital platforms. So says Lucy Keeler, Vivid 2019’s light curator, who adds that developments in AV technology have driven the massive changes she’s seen over her ten years of festival involvement.
The ethics surrounding the capture and use of facial recognition technology are complex. With the ability to use facial technology to control access and serve content becoming more available, just who makes the rules that govern biometric technology? And are they enough?