Keeping in The Loop

Digital displays from LG-MRI help the city of Birmingham, England, showcase the redevelopment of its city center.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: LG-MRI


Esprida LiveControl™ Managed Services

The Esprida LiveControl Managed Services program provides a proactive remote management and monitoring service using Esprida LiveControl. Clients can take advantage of a cost effective way to maintain and improve the performance of their endpoint devices deployed in the market.

Type: Fact Sheet

Sponsor: Esprida Corporation


Getting Smart with Video Wall Displays

The country's premier business school partners with NEC to upgrade its aging video wall.

Type: Case Study

Sponsor: NEC Display Solutions


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Digital signage can work for the 'Joes' and not just the 'Pros'

Is digital signage yet another in a long line of successful marketing technologies reserved for big businesses and beyond the budget of the SMB crowd? The truth is that a digital signage solution exists for any sized business.

Students stay plugged in with digital signage at UC Riverside

A cutting-edge student recreation facility at the University of California, Riverside has a digital signage centerpiece, a 28-by-17-foot video wall creating a modern customer experience for today's always-plugged-in college students.

Where will they stare? Put your digital signage there

You just bought an incredible tool to help spread communications throughout your site, but now you have to install the screens. End-users should think long and hard about their digital signage placement; here's a look at five unusual digital signage placement options.

Seattle's Space Needle aiming for the stars with digital signage

Seattle's Space Needle, which famously got its start as a sketch scribbled on a cocktail napkin, is aiming for the stars again — with a little help from digital signage and augmented and virtual reality technologies.

8 tips for a successful digital signage deployment out of the gate

If you deploy digital signage solution without some planning, you could end up with ignored screens and wasted time. With just a little extra effort, though, your solution can launch out of the gate ready to impress.

Welcome to the opportunity (and challenge) of digital signage

The digital signage industry is at a historic inflection point — declining equipment prices, ubiquitous connectivity, new hardware, and advances in predictive analytics are ushering in a new era in crafting the customer experience. But all that's at risk when the truck hits the road.

Why you should go commercial when you go Android

Anyone who has made technology decisions on digital signage projects has heard, for many years, the argument for choosing commercial display monitors as opposed to consumer TVs. Not surprisingly, that same argument applies when it comes to digital signage players that run the Android operating system.

The digital signage evolution of 'techorating'

Decorating with technology such as digital signage, also known as 'techorating,' is fast becoming a go-to feature of public spaces and commercial interiors.

9 things about digital signage I'd tell myself if I could go back in time

Digital signage expert says if he could go back a decade, he'd tell himself to look out for a few things; anyone looking for a digital signage system today can save themselves a lot of time and trouble by checking them out.

AV is now a strategic tool for business ops

A recent digital signage deployment in the Netherlands illustrates how AV is now a tool that can and should contribute to every aspect of an organization’s work, and of the effectiveness of planning ahead and empowering an organization's IT department to lead the charge.

Digital signage engaging customers in growing foodservice landscape

Customers are putting a high premium on digital signage in the QSR and fast casual spaces, and from the operator perspective, sales results are already proving its value.

JetBlue lands engagement with digital signage 'Wingman'

Digital signage and real-life intersected as JetBlue had New Yorkers dancing in the street and scratching their heads at the truly lifelike interaction from a digital out-of-home engagement.

Digital signage spreading its wings at InfoComm15

This year's InfoComm show Orlando, Florida, will draw nearly 1,000 exhibitors and more than 38,000 attendees from 110-plus countries, and they'll all find the full spectrum of digital signage waiting for them.

5 for 5: May's top digital signage headlines

It's time for a look back at the most-read articles and blog posts on Digital Signage Today in May, recapping the biggest news headlines of the month.

Iconic Marilyn Monroe 'skirt' scene re-created in the NYC Subway

Perhaps Monroe's most iconic image, her skirt blowing in the updraft from subway trains blowing up through a sidewalk grating, has been re-created on digital signage, this time down in the subway system and reacting in real-time to incoming subway trains.

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