Specialty Computing Maker MediaVue Acquired By UK Business Partner Assured Systems

March 8, 2024 by Dave Haynes

New England-based specialty computing and software firm MediaVue Systems has been acquired by a UK-based business partner Assured Systems, just a few weeks after …

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Specialty PC Maker Seneca Shutting Down As Owner Arrow “Exits The Sale” Of Product Line

February 27, 2024 by Dave Haynes

The specialty computing firm Seneca is being shut down, almost 10 years after it was acquired by the huge Denver-area distributor and VAR Arrow …

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LiFi Technology Mashed Up With Wireless Power For New Connectivity Option

February 26, 2024 by Dave Haynes

Connectivity is fundamental to almost every digital signage network out there, but the industry is seemingly well past the days when just establishing a …

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Good Video Explores “Single Pane Of Glass” Approach To Airport Digital Signage

February 23, 2024 by Dave Haynes

This is quite a good, not at all sales-y video case study about what was done to upgrade and harmonize the 900 or so …

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Another Company Takes Stab At Getting Shopping Screens On Shopping Carts Beyond Pilots

February 23, 2024 by Dave Haynes

The idea of attaching a small flat screen to shopping carts used in big box groceries and mass merchandisers has been around and tried …

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Smart Airport Trolleys Put Wayfinding Screens On Wheels

February 20, 2024 by Dave Haynes

Big digital display totems with wayfinding are good starts in the effort to help airport passengers find their departure gates and services, but available …

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Wi-Charge’s Cord-Cutting Gen 3 Wireless Shelf-Edge Retail Screens Are Sleeker, Offer More Features

February 20, 2024 by Dave Haynes

The Israeli firm Wi-Charge has launched a third-generation of its retail-focused wireless video displays – small 5 and 7-inch units meant mount at the …

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Jacksonville’s Airport Managing TSA Screening Communications Via 100-Foot Wide LED Ribbon

February 15, 2024 by Dave Haynes

This is interesting in at least a couple of ways … It’s about 100 feet of Nanolumens LED ribbon on a bulkhead wall over …

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New JFK T6 Taking Digital-First, Screen-Led Approach To Passenger Experience

February 14, 2024 by Dave Haynes

The travel retail trade publication TRBusiness has an interesting post up about the digital-first plan for the new Terminal 6 at JFK airport in …

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The Top 10 Digital Signage Trends Coming Out Of ISE: Invidis

February 12, 2024 by Dave Haynes

My friends at German content partner Invidis have a good post up today rounding up ISE and the top 10 digital signage industry trends …

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Signagelive, meldCX Pair Up For Modern Take On AI-Shaped And Triggered Messaging In Retail

January 24, 2024 by Dave Haynes

That oft-used phrase “everything old is new again” comes to mind reading an announcement this morning about a software company using third-party computer vision …

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Wildly Ambitious Plan Makes Saudi Stadium One Big Experiential Display

January 19, 2024 by Dave Haynes

We’ve seen ambitious sports and entertainment stadiums go up in recent years that made LED displays – like halos in Atlanta and LA – …

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