Navori Opens Digital Signage Innovation Center In Lausanne

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The Swiss software firm Navori is the latest digital signage firm to open up space dedicated to showing their product in context.

The new Digital Signage Innovation Center at the company’s global headquarters in Lausanne has a broad range of pots and pans on display for existing and prospective customers – including tablets, 4K Android Players, interactive solutions that use Microsoft Kinect sensors, intelligent content triggering, and menu boards driven by a POS system.

“We want our visitors to experience the latest in digital signage technologies and also provide a glimpse of future innovations,” says Jerome Moeri, Navori’s Chairman.

The center is intended for digital signage operators, value-added resellers, end-users, journalists and even riff-raff like consultants (though they likely have to enter through the kitchen). You should contact Navori to book a visit.

There are undoubtedly more, but I know RMG Networks, Four Winds, Aopen (Taipei) and Advantech (Taipei) all have dedicated areas. I’ve also seen what I think more aptly be called a showroom at the Stratacache office in Dayton, Ohio.

Dave Haynes

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Dave Haynes is the founder and editor of Sixteen:Nine, an online publication that has followed the digital signage industry for more than a decade. Dave does strategic advisory consulting work for many end-users and vendors, and also writes for many of them. He's based near Toronto.
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1 Comment

  • Jeremy Gavin says:

    Glad to see our Screenfeed’s Weather-in-Pictures content looking great in that photo of their innovation center. Though I may be a bit biased.

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