Designing a reliable future for Ultra-Fine-Pitch LED

While the display performance design and implementation of Ultra-Fine-Pitch is now competitive, there is significant work ahead for manufacturers to realize the vast market potential of these displays.

Intel webinar zooms in on digital experience management platforms

Customers today rely on a variety of platforms when making purchasing decisions. For companies, the struggle is to deliver the best content to the right channels to grab customers when they are most open. An Intel webinar discussed ways that digital engagement platforms can help this process.

Avoiding the uncanny valley in digital signage

Holographic displays are cool, except when they drive away visitors with creepy images and robotics. Avoiding the uncanny valley is key for any retailer getting into the field of advanced displays and holograms.

Digital signage will be buzzing this year

2016 was a massive year for the digital signage industry, creating a renewed buzz as we gear up for this year's stellar exhibition. Outdoor digital signage enclosure specialists, Armagard, thinks epic things are in store for the industry this year.

ICX Association leader talks trends, innovations and goals

Christopher Hall, ICX Association director, gives his perspective on customer experience trends, association goals and what's on the agenda for the upcoming ICX Summit.

Intel continues to push digital signage innovation

Intel technologies drives 75 percent of the media players and compute engines that drive digital signage and place-based media globally. The company demonstrated its digital signage innovations at NRF.

Digital signage drives into Daytona 500

For NASCAR fans, the Daytona International Speedway in Florida is the top destination as home of the Daytona 500. In celebration of its 59th year in operation, the International Speedway Corp, owners of Daytona International Speedway, gave its speedway a digital signage makeover to engage with fans.

Digital signage at entertainment venues: What to look for in 2017

Digital signage is no stranger to entertainment venues. Aquariums, museums, amusement parks and other major tourist attractions all integrate digital signage in very useful ways. But 2017 will bring about some exciting changes in how signage is deployed in these venues.

The showroom store and customer experiences

As the showcase location is used to test and validate improved customer experience and engagement, the brand or retailer should assess individual elements of engagement within the overall showcase experience such as integration with physical environment, in-store traffic and other elements.

How shelf-edge technology will transform retail

Fresh technologies such as electronic shelf-edge displays can be used not only to provide vital information, but also to provide valuable, personalized and truly seamless experiences for shoppers.

Crazy Horse rides in with digital signage

The Crazy Horse Memorial, the world's largest mountain carving, recently got a digital signage upgrade with multiple interactive displays. The displays present the rich history of Native Americans and act as virtual tour guides.

3 self-service lessons for digital signage

The line between digital signage and kiosks has become more blurred in recent years. As such, it is important to look at three key lessons the self-service world can teach digital signage companies.

3 questions on DOOH trends

DOOH continues to be a major force in the digital signage space, as innovators continuously craft hyper localized creative campaigns. Digital Signage Today spoke with Rich Ventura regarding key DOOH trends for 2017.

How digital signage can bring in millennials, Gen Z

Millennials and Gen Z represent a huge opportunity for fast casual brands. The engagement factor is key: Generation Z and millennials are selective about what and where they eat, and weigh their decisions based on several facets. Digital signage is one way to drive engagement.

Digital signage 5 for 5: January edition

The first month of 2017 is over, and we are already close to the beginning of spring. In January, readers of Digital Signage Today were interested in both the future and the past of digital signage.

Anti-smoking digital signage sparks controversy

A Swedish pharmacy ran a DOOH anti smoking campaign, which featured a display that 'coughed' when it detected smoking. The campaign has sparked controversy regarding its methods.

Digital transformation of business and communications: Part 2

For sales, are big displays enough? Or does the shelf experience still play a role? Jean-Pierre Lacroix, president of Shikatani Lacroix, continues the conversation on the digital transformation of business and communications.

Top 4 keys to look for in touchscreen software

You can have the newest, most cutting-edge touch screen available, but if you don't have the right software running on it, it's not going to do you or your client much good. It's important to understand, then, what you're looking for in a software package when you're coming up with a touch screen-related campaign.

Digital signage powers license plates

Digital signage may provide the key to automating fleets of autonomous vehicles through LCD license plates, designed to offer messaging and automate registration and other fees.

Top 5 digital signage technology 'must haves' for 2017

As important as the placement of screens and creation of dynamic content are in the effectiveness and success of in-store digital signage, technology is still the main driver in this industry. Here are the five technologies to keep in mind when discussing the creation of and operational efficiency of a digital signage system.

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