The Tiresome “DOOH Cameras Are Spying On Me Thing” Is Back, This Time In Greater Vancouver

September 17, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Via Digital Signage Pulse The age-old “those cameras are spying on me” thing, involving digital OOH ad displays, has reared its tiresome head yet …

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Panasonic Just Bought A Supply Chain Software Firm; Here’s What That Might Mean For Its Digital Signage Efforts

September 17, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Panasonic has announced the acquisition of a company that does AI-driven supply chain software, and while that may seem somewhat far removed from digital …

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St. Louis Police Upgrade Real Time Crime Center With Giant LED Control Room Video Wall

September 16, 2021 by Dave Haynes

It was not very long ago, at all, that the idea of LED taking over the control room display market from LCD video walls …

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Samsung Partners With Israeli Start-up Niio On Subscription Art For B2B Digital Displays

September 13, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Samsung has partnered with a Tel Aviv startup called Niio to address one of the evergreen issues confronting many end-users who make investments in …

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Broadsign Broadens Audience Measurement Toolkit, Support Via Computer Vision Integration With Sightcorp

September 9, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Montreal-based CMS software firm Broadsign and the Dutch computer vision firm Sightcorp have completed an integration that sees anonymous facial analysis solution tied in …

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London’s 3rockAR Launches Pop-Up, AR-Driven “Magic Mirror” Network For UK Malls, Other Venues

September 7, 2021 by Dave Haynes

A London company focused on augmented reality applications and content has launched what it calls the world’s first AR-enabled digital out-of-home advertising network. The …

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Heathrow Express Mashes Up Projection, Sensors To Urge Travellers To Take Express Train In From Heathrow

September 3, 2021 by Dave Haynes

I thought Microsoft killed off the Kinect sensor program years ago, but it evidently exists in a much more sophisticated, commercial-grade form aimed at …

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One World Trade Center Adds Giant LED Welcome Wall, 140-Screen Video Mosaic

September 2, 2021 by Dave Haynes

This is a new exhibit that welcomes visitors to the observatory attraction at the top of One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan, on …

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Sept. 23 Online Roundtable Plans Deep Dive On Real-Time Data In Digital Signage

September 2, 2021 by Dave Haynes

If a CMS software company or solutions provider is serious about chasing business beyond the SMB market, the chosen platform better support real-time data …

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LinkNYC’s Woes Continue; NY State Auditor Says MediaCo $69M Behind On Revenue Shares

September 1, 2021 by Dave Haynes

The consortium behind all those “smart city” LinkNYC kiosks on the streets of New York is continuing to find their big idea to be …

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NYC Artist Brings Above-Ground View Into MTA Subway Cars In Guerilla Projection Mapping Effort

August 26, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Via DesignBoom, Hat Tip David Title Suppose you could sit in a subway car, look up at the ceiling, and view the passing scenes …

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Samsung Remotely Disabling Connected Smart TVs Stolen By South African Looters

August 24, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Samsung has announced an interesting way to deal with looting and theft of smart TVs and, I assume, smart commercial displays – remotely disabling …

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