Digital Signage Expo 2014 got off to a running start earlier this week at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, and yesterday came to an end, not with a bang but a cheer.
From a full day's slate of pre-conference educational sessions — including the Digital Signage Experts Group's Digital Signage Certified Expert Course and the Platt Retail Institute's PRI Retail Forum — to two full days of roaming booth exhibits on the show floor, educational sessions and industry roundtables, the show was both exhausting and exhaustive.
And that hectic activity was mirrored on Twitter, as exhibitors and attendees alike took to social media to chronicle their experiences at the show.
There were educational tweets:
"Facial detection is not facial recognition are not the same-- detection is anonymous" Chris Bassett at #DSE2014 analytics workshop— Panasonic ProAV (@PanasonicProAV) February 13, 2014
Lots of pictures:
There were conversations of a sort:
And even Vines:
The show's first day ended with the Apex and Content awards for digital signage deployments:
And on the second day, Digital Signage Today started to wind down with a freshly brewed doppio from the show floor:
But stuck it out till the bitter end:
A cheer goes up from the hardy souls still on the #DSE2014 floor at 5 o'clock. Closing time. Don't have to go home, but you can't stay here.— DigitalSignageToday (@DigSignageToday) February 14, 2014
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