The next AVIXA Digital Signage Power Hour is set for Nov. 17, and it is another good one – with a focus on LED on real estate and a rock star panel.
We will be talking about how and why property owners are installing big dollar, visually dominating LED video walls in the lobbies of buildings.
Our roundtable panel, moderated by me, includes:
- David Niles, the guy behind the landmark, amazing Comcast Experience in Philly
- Amahl Hazelton of Moment Factory
- Jeremy Koleib from LA-based Consumer Experience Group
- Cybelle Jones, CEO of SEGD
- Someone, still a bit TBD because of calendar challenges, from NYC’s ESI Design, which has done many of these kinds of projects.
The online event’s abstract:
Commercial office towers that used to put water features and huge artworks in their lobbies, to create an experience and both attract and keep tenants, have been turning more recently to massive LED video walls and projection features. The difference: if the owners no longer like the fountain, they need to fund a multi-million renovation. With digital, they can change a video file and completely reset the space’s look, feel and experience.
In this webinar, industry experts will discuss how direct view LED and complementary technologies are being used, as well as the creative thinking, execution and implications behind project. We’ll discuss some key projects and outcomes, costs and challenges.
This is the registration page – https://www.avixa.org/events/event-details/2020/11/17/default-calendar/webinar-digital-signage-power-hour—november
Dave Haynes is the founder and editor of Sixteen:Nine, an online publication that has followed the digital signage industry for some 14 years. Dave does strategic advisory consulting work for many end-users and vendors, and also writes for many of them. He’s based near Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Canada’s east coast.