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2016 Year in Review: 19 Projects You Won’t Want to Miss
Whether it's due to innovation, unique challenges or simply because of the remarkable photos, here are 19 projects we're glad we got to cover in 2016.

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Barix Introducing Audio Signage Upgrade for Digital Signage at ISE
Barix’s free downloadable Audio Signage firmware update supports multi-channel audio tracks for digital signage to mobile phones – without the need for a PC.

Matrox Expands Family of Real-Time H.264 Encoding Products
Available now and on display at ISE 2017, Matrox Maevex 6100 Quad Encoder Card offers up to quad 4K capture for highly flexible and high density encoding, streaming and recording.

Planar Unveils ‘All-in-One’ 4K LCD, Player, Software Solution
Planar QE Series, available in 75-, 86- and 98-inch, includes embedded media player and software and is slated to ship Q1 2017.

The Mesmerizing LED Display Prudential One Visitors Can’t Stop Looking At
Chicago's Prudential One lobby not only features a 7-foot by 50-foot, 4-millimeter NanoLumens LED display, but also boasts impressive interactive content created by Pixelfire.

How Long Do You Spend Color Calibrating?
Samsung Color Expert technology for Video Wall displays enhances video wall visibility with advanced factory calibration and an exceptional user calibration tool.

World’s First Connected Screen Wall Bound to Make Waves in Retail Market
Think&Go will reveal the world’s first connected screen wall, which aims to reduce queuing and boasts powerful drive-to store capability, at CES 2017.

Why Crowds are Falling in Love with Revlon’s Times Square Video Board
The Daktronics-manufactured 36-foot-high by 85-foot-wide LED billboard features high-resolution 10-millimeter line spacing and an interactive ‘Kiss’ crowd camera that entertains Times Square audiences.

ViewSonic’s 3 New Displays Include Digital Signage Players and More
ViewSonic is launching a series of commercial displays with integrated media players, thin industrial design and connectivity options such as HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort. The CDM Series features 43-, 49- and 55-inch displays with all-in-one functionality for easy public digital signage applications.

NEC’s Ventura as Digital Signage Federation Chairman Good News for Integrators
NEC Display Solutions of America's Rich Ventura brings a unique focus on the integration community that should translate to better embrace of Digital Signage Experts Group certification and a wider view of digital signage opportunities.

How to Use Digital Signage to Increase Customer Loyalty
When delivering digital signage solutions, it's important to consider how information is designed and presented in order to bring consumers into the brand’s experience and increase customer loyalty.



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That Edmonton-based Genesis Integration now has most of Ontario covered with London, Ontario-based Edcom Multimedia acquired is only half the story. $40 million Genesis Integration scoops up assets of $6.5 million Edcom Multimedia, demonstrating one firm poised for growth in a market that is spitting out those that are not.

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