Digital Signage Today publishes 2011 future trends report

Digital Signage Today has published its “Digital Signage Future Trends 2011” report, a 49-page research document that distills the results of a survey of 250 digital signage professionals on trends affecting the industry – and compares those survey results to similar questions posed two years ago.

The report also includes commentaries from digital signage industry luminaries Brian Ardinger (Nanonation), Jose Avalos (Intel Corp.), Lyle Bunn, Jeff Collard (Omnivex), Lawrence Dvorchik (CETW), Paul Flanigan, Ken Goldberg (Real Digital Media), Steve Gurley (Symon), Keith Kelsen, Scott Sharon (Vertigo Group USA) and Graeme Spicer (NEC).

Among the trends identified in the report are a large growth in the number of people reporting budgets for digital signage in excess of $100,000, and an increased emphasis on mobile technology and its ramifications for the industry.

An executive summary of the report is available at no charge here, and the complete report can be downloaded here.

Source: Digital Signage Today