The DSE archway over the entrance into the show's exhibition hall at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The archway was a combined project from BrightSign, Chief, flixio and Philips.
Omnivex demonstrated the graphical and real-time data handling capabilities of their Moxie software platform with a wayfinding solution that mapped out routes in real-time and would also send out directions via text message.
Omnivex also demonstrated its GPSLink software, which allows moving buses to play location-relevant content and for hotel or conference center displays to show ETAs for buses.
STRATACACHE's new translucent digital signage display for integrated retail digital media.
WAND Corp. showcased its digital menu board technology at the show.
And WAND also showed off a new POP board that allows customers to select menu options and toppings and see nutrition information for their choices.
ITSEnclosures displayed its ViewStation QSR, a quiet enclosure for outdoor digital signage deployments, particularly in the QSR (quick service restaurant) sector.
The ITSEnclosures ViewStation QSR is being piloted with Wendy's but likely will be rolling out with other QSRs soon.
Peerless rolled out a portable digital signage video wall solution at DSE.
A closeup of the mounting adapter on the Peerless portable digital signage solution.
Magenta Research founder and CEO Keith Mortensen amidst the company's Voyager solution.
Magenta Research's Voyager system will run up to 160 outputs from 160 inputs.
More parts from the Magenta Voyager system.
As usual, Intel Corp.'s display showcased an eye-catching retail demo.