Tag Archives: Digital Signage

Why Get Certified? DSEG Certifications at DSE 2017

In today’s increasingly competitive workplace, there are numerous benefits to industry certifications. Certifications have taken on a life of their own in medical, legal, architectural, audiovisual and IT industries. It has become an essential part of hiring, job skills training, personal development and advancement. The Digital Signage Federation, the Digital Signage Expo, and numerous manufacturers, […]

Premier Releases New Case Study on Pizza Hut Project

Digital signage is rapidly becoming a must-have technology for companies operating in the quick service restaurant market. Menu boards and animated videowalls offer convenient features such as the ability to update price, menu, nutritional info, and content easily. Vivid digital displays also prove superior to printed menu boards at grabbing the attention of restaurant guests […]

So How Many Signals Can a CAT6 Cable Really Hold When Moving a Digital Signage Signal?

Video signal distribution in a digital age is so much more complicated than in old days – 2012 or so, when VGA was still the predominant standard for moving video in digital signage applications.  Today VGA is declining significantly as more and more player manufacturers move to DisplayPort or HDMI for their video connections. So […]

Premier Mounts, The Integration Factory Drive Daytona to New Heights

Premier Mounts and The Integration Factory win the 2016 Integration Award in the large venue category for their Daytona Rising project. July 12, 2016 By D. Craig MacCormack For those who say InfoComm’s annual June event is only about networking, parties and having fun, The Integration Factory and Premier Mounts beg to differ. At the […]

Videowall – More than Meets the Eye

This post is sponsored by Samsung. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Videowalls are simply everywhere. Go to the mall, airport, or auditorium, and there is a videowall. When competing for attention, especially in digital signage, bigger is better. Videowalls are attention grabbers and holders beyond the 4 to 6 seconds we look at smaller […]

Interactive Digital Signage and Kiosks – originally published in Digital Signage Magazine

Interactive Digital Signage and Kiosks – originally published in Digital Signage Magazine – April 2016 In the 80s, AT&T promoted the concept to “reach out and touch someone” with their telephone service. This effective ad campaign was during the times long before early cell phones, let alone the more literal touch interface of the current […]

8 Things Casinos Do Better

Have you seen this new article / post by Lindsey VanderMaas-Sack entitled 8 things Casinos do better?  You can find the post in the Digital Signage Industry Connection Group on LinkedIn and the the SPI website.  It has some really great information in it. Here is what she has to say: ““You can learn from […]

Digital Signage-LCD or LED? It Depends!

Believe it or not, digital signage is seen each day by over 70% of the population. Research shows that we spend an average of 8 hours per day in front of a screen of some type, including televisions, computers, tablets, smartphones, or increasingly… digital signage.  Pretty much everywhere you go and everywhere you look, there […]