When one hears the term ‘digital signage,’ the first thing that comes to mind is the technology—or, more specifically, the hardware—behind such mainstream applications as menu boards and video walls. Technology, however, is just the means to an experience; it is not an experience in itself.
Digi International, which provides Internet of Things (IoT) products and services for digital signage and interactive kiosks, has appointed Gokul Hemmady chief financial officer (CFO), senior vice-president (SVP) and treasurer. He succeeds Michael C. Goergen.
Siggraph, an annual educational event showcasing computer graphics and interactive applications, is coming to Vancouver this summer with juried selections of emerging technologies, including some with implications for digital signage.
Digital signage hardware, software and network service provider Stratacache has appointed Mark Mayfield vice-president (VP) of its new formed transportation division, which will serve the airport, airline and ground transportation markets.
Spectrio, which uses digital signage for in-store marketing systems, has appointed Ron Merritt chief revenue officer (CRO). He succeeds Greg Duss, who has transitioned to vice-president (VP) of national accounts.
Digital signage may seem like a magical technology, but it is only as effective as the content it displays, whether its purpose is to convey information, incite curiosity or inspire an emotional response.
The global digital signage market will experience a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of more than 10 per cent in the education sector over the next four years, according to the latest forecast from Technavio, a technology research and advisory company.
The 2016 Digi Awards have been announced, with several Canadian companies and projects among the winners. The annual awards program honours digital signage resellers, integrators and service providers.
Montreal-based in-store media provider Stingray Business has transformed the customer experience in Sports Experts stores in Quebec City and Laval, Que., with the addition of digital signage displays and content.
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