The Display Is Key To Compelling Digital Signage2 min read
While Digital Signage is obviously more than just the display, it is the display which catches the client’s eye and is often the technology to seal the deal.
- How many displays are out there in the real world, and what is the growth forecast?
- Where are these displays being deployed, and what are the hot markets?
- What about new technologies, such as transparent displays, OLED for commercial applications, and glasses-free 3D displays-are they coming this year?
- Is it realistic for clients to think that large-format touch displays will operate just like their smart phone or tablet?
Register for the Digital Signage Conference at InfoComm 2012 to find the answers to these and other questions.
Session I: Digital Signage Supply Chain
Speakers from Sharp, LG, Corning, and DisplaySearch will discuss the state of the US digital signage industry, who the biggest players are, what makes displays “commercial grade”, and characteristics of other markets around the globe.
Session II: More than the Display
Nanolumens, NEC, and software/content-management companies will share details about how hardware, software, and services can come together to generate one-time and on-going revenue streams.
Session III: Go-to-Market Strategies
With presenters from Sony, Panasonic, and Ingram Micro, attendees will understand where they fall in the VAR mix, what types of technologies might be available to them through the different channels, and what markets are hot at the moment.
Session IV: Advanced and Emerging Display Technologies for Digital Signage
DisplaySearch and 3M Touch will discuss the state of OLED and touch technologies, while Philips/Dimenco will introduce glasses-free 3D for public environments.