Rebooted DSE Lines Up Data Viz Artist Refik Anadol As Keynote Speaker

October 25, 2021 by Dave Haynes

In a move I would describe as cheeky, the team pulling together the DSE reboot in March has announced its keynote speaker – just …

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New London Pop-Up Venue Brings TopGolf’s Digital Razzle-Dazzle To Footy

October 20, 2021 by Dave Haynes

A pop-up venue in London, that you could very loosely describe as TopGolf for football players, is using interactive technologies to measure and celebrate …

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Digital Display Usage In Drive-Thru Spiked In COVID Era, But Research Suggests Industry Far From Built Out: Study

October 6, 2021 by Dave Haynes

QSR Magazine covers guess what and does an annual, very thorough study of what’s happening with the drive-thru side of that business. It is …

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Hong Kong Startup Displayforce Launches Digital Signage CMS And AI-Based, Ad-Focused Platform In $299 “Box”

October 5, 2021 by Dave Haynes

A Hong Kong start-up called Displayforce has launched an interesting new product and service that pairs a digital signage play-out device with a camera used …

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Quividi Adds AI-Driven Motor Vehicle Counting, Classification, To DOOH Audience Measurement Toolset

September 22, 2021 by Dave Haynes

The longtime audience measurement firm Quividi, which has been doing computer vision long before that name grew common, has added vehicle detection and classification …

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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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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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Intel Winding Down Its RealSense Computer Vision Business: Report

August 19, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Via CRN The long-running IT publication CRN is reporting that Intel is “winding down” its RealSense computer vision business, meaning its depth sensor cameras …

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Samsung’s 2021 The Wall Has Even Teenier LEDs; Uses Lots Of AI And Wireless Docking

July 19, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Samsung has announced a new generation of its microLED display dubbed The Wall – with the main changes being even teenier LEDs, 8K support, …

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McDonald’s Sued Over Use Of AI In Drive-Thru Lanes

June 11, 2021 by Dave Haynes

QSR giant McDonald’s is being sued in its home state over its use of AI-driven recognition technologies in the drive-thru lane, with the court …

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Android Set-Top Box Maker Minix Now Has Player Based On Intel NUC Design

June 1, 2021 by Dave Haynes

If you spend your days sourcing gear for media players, maybe this is not news to you. But I did not know that the …

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VSBLTY Does Retail Analytics Partnership With Sensormatic, Johnson Controls

May 21, 2021 by Dave Haynes

Smaller tech companies with very specific capabilities to offer will likely get more traction in the market if they are partnered and integrated with …

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