AdMobilize will be the audience analytics provider for the new Signagelive Marketplace, which includes more than 1,800 digital signage network users.
No longer is AV-over-IP a taboo subject – the distribution method has taken off, especially following the past two InfoComms. Let’s take a look at why that is.
Unique brightness-sensing programming for a NanoLumens LED video wall at ASU highlights a sprawling campus AV integration from Level 3 Audiovisual.
At InfoComm 2017, Skreens showed a relatively inexpensive, quick-to-install, easy-to-manage solution for displaying and configuring content windows on video walls for digital signage or meeting rooms.
Humberview Volkswagen’s eye-popping video wall from Advanced drives static and dynamic promotional and informational content that’s easy to manage.
Some components are great fits to connect to your customers’ cloud while others will create problems. Here’s a guide to finding cloud-friendly AV equipment.
The seventh annual BEST Awards winners highlight the first day of InfoComm 2017 in Orlando, Florida. See the slideshow for the results.
NEC’s focus on high-end integration means InfoComm 2017 attendees will see a lot of direct-view LED, projection mapping, projection edge blending, video wall solutions and interactivity this week in Orlando.
Software may seem to be taking the value away from hardware-focused firms, but here’s what integrators must do to survive and prosper in a software-driven market.
Interactive National September 11 Museum adds about 30 BrightSign 4K digital signage media players in first phase of building-wide technology upgrades.
SaaS provider Wovenmedia has launched online video library, WovenContent, providing content for digital signage networks from TV networks, sports leagues, movie studios and other providers.
Start earning recurring revenue by delivering broadband connectivity integration that customers need to optimize today’s highly interactive audio-video systems. This free webinar is a great first step.
Discover why mass notification makes sense for commercial integrators as a way to expand existing projects and secure new clients. Chuck Wilson, executive director of the National Systems Contractors Association, expects the industry to grow to $6 billion. Find out how you can turn this growth into new revenue for your company.