Ayuda Media Systems’ flagship Splash DOOH platform will showcase conceptual demo of future Pay-per-Look integration possibilities of Intel® AIM Suite technology
Ayuda Media Systems (“Ayuda”) announced today that it will be showcasing a concept demo with the integration of the Intel® Anonymous Impression Metrics Suite (Intel® AIM Suite) into Splash, its flagship ERP system for DOOH networks, at the DSE 2011 show in Las Vegas. Dubbed “Pay-per-Look”, the concept will allow advertisers to be billed based on how many people actually looked at their ad which can be determined by using Intel® AIM Suite technology that relies on optical sensors to detect faces that turn towards the display while completely honoring privacy.
“Technology allows us to create ever more meaningful ways to bring an advertiser’s message to the right audience,” said Andreas Soupliotis, CEO of Ayuda. “The future of ad sales might see network operators charge advertisers based on how many people actually look at an ad, as opposed to how many people are exposed to an ad, as is the case today.” Pay-per-Look is a revolutionary concept in ad-based advertising that will leverage audience tracking technology to track who has viewed the ad, and bill advertisers based on the number of “looks”.
Current practice in the ad-based DOOH industry is to bill based on the number of impressions delivered. However, impression counts are typically based on audience measurement research that simply counts how many people are exposed to, or have the chance of being exposed to, an ad. The Pay-per-Look concept would take impression counts to the next level by counting people looking at an ad, as opposed to counting people passing by an ad. By combining anonymous audience detection technology with digital signage software, it becomes possible to detect exactly how many “looks” each campaign received.
The integration of this technology demonstrates much promise for both network operators and advertisers. Using the Pay-per-Look concept, network operators could have the metrics to prove the viability of their network and advertisers would benefit by only paying for people who actually view their ad. Soupliotis explains further: “This is a concept demo, much the same way car manufacturers demo concept cars at auto shows. While the Pay-per-Look concept is futuristic, it offers insight into a possible world where DOOH billing resembles the Internet’s Pay-per-Click success as proven by Google AdWords.”
Ayuda, developers of Splash, an ERP system for digital signage networks that includes content management software as well as a digital player, has been developing solutions for the OOH industry for over seven years and has invoiced over a quarter of a billion dollars in OOH billing. Meanwhile, the Intel AIM Suite technology will enable any network operator to detect, analyze, and audit audience measurement data, and have a clear picture of how digital signs are influencing audience behavior.
About Ayuda Media Systems
Ayuda is the developer of Splash, the world’s most sophisticated, complete, ERP system for DOOH networks. Splash includes functionality such as sales & proposal generation, invoicing, lease payouts, financial reporting, inventory management, scheduling, content management, mapping, and network monitoring. Ayuda was founded in 2003 by ex-Microsoft employees with the mission of empowering the OOH industry with modern tools that make OOH easier to manage and buy.
For more information about Splash, visit www.ayudasystems.com.
Intel is a trademark of Intel Corporation in the United States and other countries.
For further information, please contact:
Ayuda Media Systems
+1 (514) 845-0824
joe [at] ayudasystems.com
Source: Ayuda Media Systems