Quividi Shuffles Exec Team, With New CEO And Co-Founder Back As President

January 13, 2020 by Dave Haynes

The French computer vision firm Quividi – which has been marketing video analytics into the digital signage and DOOH ecosystems for many years – …

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Daniel Fleischer On Why Blip Has Turned Up On The DOOH Industry’s Radar Screen

January 8, 2020 by Dave Haynes

Getting agencies and media planners out of the process was always going to be critical to enabling small to medium businesses to do marketing …

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Samsung Launches More MicroLED, Portrait Mode TV At CES2020

January 6, 2020 by Dave Haynes

The massive CES consumer gadgets show is on this week in Las Vegas, and there are plenty of poor souls from this industry who …

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Israeli Start-up Touts Smart Audio Delivered As Sound Bubbles To Signage Viewers

January 2, 2020 by Dave Haynes

An Israeli company has started touting digital signage as a good use case for its smart audio technology, which uses computer vision to detect …

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Infographic: The “Truth Metrics” Of OOH Advertising

December 19, 2019 by Dave Haynes

Miami-based computer vision and analytics company AdMobilize has pushed out an interesting email with an infographic looking at what it calls Truth Metrics. The …

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DOOH Campaign Uses AI Computer Vision To Boost Warsaw Road Safety

December 17, 2019 by Dave Haynes

I like how the Polish digital OOH media company Screen Network is thinking and acting quite differently in how it is using computer vision …

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Mad Systems Gets Patent Approval For AI-driven Personalized Messaging

December 9, 2019 by Dave Haynes

The Orange County, CA-based AV solutions firm Mad Systems has been granted a U.S. patent for systems and methods that provide location-centric information about …

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BrightSign Adds Voice Command Capability To Select Digital Signage Players

November 20, 2019 by Dave Haynes

Digital signage media player manufacturer BrightSign has developed new capability that puts a voice command solution – called BrightVoice – on select devices. The interesting wrinkle …

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Intel Opens Screen-Filled Smart Building Near Tel Aviv

November 11, 2019 by Dave Haynes

Intel recently opened an awfully nice, screen-filled development center in Petach Tikva, Israel – which is an eastern suburb of Tel Aviv. The 800,000-square-foot, …

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McDonald’s To Have AI-Driven Drive-Thrus In Almost All Stores Before Year’s End

November 8, 2019 by Dave Haynes

There’s an interesting piece up in the New York Times about how McDonald’s is investing heavily in technology to adopt to a fast-changing consumer …

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Machine Hallucinating In NYC

October 19, 2019 by Dave Haynes

Experiential spaces seems to be an emerging new business, driven by lowered technology costs, easier tools and brilliant creative minds who are pushing the …

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DSF’s Oct. 15th Coffee & Controversy Focused On Privacy And Proof

October 2, 2019 by Dave Haynes

The always popular – even with me involved – Coffee and Controversy event put on by the Digital Signage Federation is coming up fast. …

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