DIGI Awards – 2009 list now in hand

November 12, 2009 by Dave Haynes

OK, finally got them.

Retail Roll-out, Local:

House of Media Experience for Miele Inspirience Centre


Retail Roll-out, National:

Level 5 / Hammond Communication Group, for Sprint Studio Store


Interactive Technology Roll-out:

2C Visual Communications For BC Children’s Hospital


Best Deployment, Transportation:

Best Buy Canada Commercial Sales (and iMediaT) For British Columbia Rapid Transit Company, SkyTrain


Best Deployment, Entertainment:

Cisco for Cisco Digital Signage System at Dallas Cowboy Stadium


Best Deployment, Integration of Digital Signage and Mobile/Cell Phone Technology:

Microspace Communications Corporation for City of Raleigh, Capitol Area Transit (CAT)


Best Content, Merchandising:

Schult for Regal Entertainment, Digital Menu Boards


Best Content, Ambient:

Professional Communications Systems for Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center (TBPAC)


Best Content, Corporate Communications:

Digital Display & Communication for Rogers Communications’ UR Music


Best Content, Interactive:

Monster Media for Oxygen Network’s Dance You’re Ass Off Storefront


Best Content, Advertising:

Digital Display &Communication for HYPE Campaign/Rogers Stores Canada


Best New Technology Innovation in Digital Signage Displays:

Samsung Electronics America for the Samsung 820TSn Interactive LCD Panel


Best New Generation Display Device, Large Screen:

ADEX International, Dual- Projection Glass Walled Structure with Polarized LCD Overlay


Best New Display Device, Small Screen:

MicroSigns Inc. for Integrated, Wireless Display Network and Content Management System


Best New Generation Display Device, (non-LCD or Plasma):

GestureTek for 3D Depth Sensing Interactive Digital Sign with Mobile Phone Interactivity


Best New Content Management Software/Web-based (SaaS):

SignChannel, from Thinking Screen Media


Best New Content Management Software/Premise-based:

Omnivex, for Moxie


Best New Audience Measurement Package:

CognoVision Solutions Inc. for Anonymous Impression Metric (AIM)


Judges Choice Award:

Walt Disney World for Their Digital Guest Communications 


Digital Signage Weekly says it will post details on winning entries in December. I will resist the the temptation to comment further on that.

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