Look back at a digital signage September in pictures (Slideshow)

Oct. 1, 2012 | by Christopher Hall

He might be considered a shoot-first, pass-last gunner in the NBA, but put the New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony on your digital signage and there's sure to be a response.

Anthony highlighted yet another fascinating month across the digital signage industry; an article on a digital signage version of the superstar was easily one of the most-read news items on DST last month.

But there was plenty more of note, much with a bit of an old world feel, from British popstars prancing on digital signage to companies finally talking about their work on digital signage at the London Olympics. And Harris Digital Out-of-Home proved it was still kicking with news of its work on the London cable car line.

London urban cable car rides

There was also news about c-store chain Wawa going gaga on digital signage, going all-in on rolling it out chainwide; an interesting article looking at using digital out-of-home to help "Rock the Vote" this election season; even word of digital music service Spotify taking digital signage on tour. And then there was the rolling robot on wheels toting a touchscreen digital signage interface.

Spotify rocks digital signage

DST has put together a photo gallery of images taken from some of the September news highlights; you can take a look at it here.

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Topics: Customer Experience , Display Technology , Hardware , Transportation / Travel , Trends / Statistics

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