Advances in display tech changing the face of digital signage

Digital signage expert takes a look at the advantages and drawbacks of some of the most recent advances in digital signage display technologies.

On-vehicle digital signage is on the move

Is the on-vehicle digital signage frontier set to open up? Here's the road map.

Is digital signage ready for the mobile commerce revolution?

Mobile and digital signage blogger offers 10 questions to help one determine their level of understanding and preparedness for the coming mobile storm.

Digital signage and wonder: 50-foot video wall brings adventure to children's hospital

A Delaware children's hospital today opens up its "Discovery Zone," a 50-foot-wide digital signage video wall featuring gesture interaction for its young patients.

'Is there such a thing as a digital signage network?'

The head of the DSA ponders the meaning of "digital signage." Is it a physical network, a state of mind, a discipline or something else?

What's the difference between digital signage and touchscreen kiosks?

The demand for both digital signage and touchscreen kiosks has increased exponentially over the years. What are the pros and cons of each? Or is there really a difference?

A confluence of factors pushing digital signage into the mainstream [infographic]

Such technology decreases a customer's perceived wait time by up to 40 percent.

Digital signage making a case for its own night at the museum

Several recent digital signage deployments show how the technology is bringing exhibits to life in museums around the world.

Digital signage and 'high availability': Keep it simple to keep content flowing

Signage manufacturers are taking a page from network and data comm vendors and installing complex mechanisms to keep content constantly on — yet savvy project owners know to explore simple routes to keep signage content up and running at all times.

Why digital signage belongs in the cloud

A digital signage expert offers his thoughts on the upside of cloud-based digital signage. Does he have a point?

Digital signage is a game changer for advertisers

Digital signage puts marketers and other communicators in charge of when and where their messages influence consumers. This may also mean changes in the way things get done and who's responsible for those things.

When is 4K right for your digital signage?

The 4K revolution is coming; how do you know if it's right for your application?

It's 'Hammer Time' for NFC: Apple is 2 legit 2 quit

Digital signage expert breaks down the impact of Apple's announcement today that it is including NFC in the new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch.

5 for 5: Health care, the future and digital signage 101 on the menu

It's time for a look back at the most-read articles on Digital Signage Today in August, and what we can learn from them.

Don't touch that dial! Can remote control apps damage your digital signage?

Digital signage blogger and display expert warns against the dangers of smartphone apps for consumer-grade displays used as professional signage.

5 ways to leverage pro sports to boost digital signage engagement (for free)

Need a way to get employees or shoppers to look at and engage with your digital signage? Just add sports.

Digital signage brings 9/11 to life at National September 11 Memorial and Museum

Projection mapping, video displays and touchscreens commemorate the lives lost in the 9/11 terror attacks and engage visitors to the 9/11 Memorial and Museum.

Watchfire Signs issues ALS challenge to the signage industry

The company is nominating SloanLED, The Jordan Company and others to take the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and donate to the cause.

DSA Symposium Round Table: Experts talk digital customer engagement

Four digital signage and in-store merchandising experts talk about the customer engagement challenges facing retailers ahead of this year's event.

The out-of-home immersive entertainment frontier

The head of the Digital Screenmedia Association offers another review of "The Out-of-Home Immersive Entertainment Frontier: Expanding Interactive Boundaries in Leisure Facilities" by Kevin Williams and Michael Mascioni.

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