AOPEN, the leader in digital signage and applied media solutions, today announced that its latest DE6100 and DE5100 digital engines are the first in the industry to be certified for the new Scala Enterprise software suite being launched this week.With digital signage playing an increasingly important role in a wide range of commercial and retail applications, AOPEN’s US Marketing Manager, Angela Tang, said this announcement positions AOPEN at the forefront of this rapidly developing sector.“Digital signage kiosks and multimedia displays are being used to educate, influence and engage with stakeholders and consumers in different environments from retail outlets and healthcare clinics to hotels, transport terminals and corporate offices,” she said.High Definition Graphics, Outstanding Performance
“The AOPEN DE6100 and DE5100 media players are designed to deliver razor-sharp graphics and stunning multimedia performance in the most demanding environments.
SECAUCUS, N.J.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Panasonic System Communications Company of North America, a provider of
professional projector solutions, today announced its new PT-CW330
Series of ultra short-throw projectors. The new series includes the
PT-CW330U, PT-CW240U, PT-CX300U as well as two interactive models that
have dual pen capabilities, the PT-CW331RU and PT-CX301RU.
ORLANDO, FL–(Marketwired – Jun 12, 2013) – Silex Technology America, Inc., a global leader in wired and wireless networking solutions, today announced X-5 Digital Signage Multicast Video Distribution with Store-and-Play Media Server at InfoComm 2013.
An ideal solution for digital signage content distribution, the X-5 is a powerful video distribution system that extends and distributes reliable, synchronized HD video and audio from one source to multiple receivers — with wires or without. With the wireless technology available in the X-5, digital signage installers have the flexibility to locate displays anywhere — even in places where displays were once not an option because running cables to the display location would have been too difficult or costly.
Multitouch applications developer Omnivision Studios BV announced today that Philips Signage Solutions/MMD will be showcasing the Philips Giant Tablet, presenting the Omnitapps Business software solutions, at this year’s InfoComm 2013 in Orlando, Fla.
The Multi User Smart Touch Table can deliver information or marketing messages to audiences with multiple touch devices in one. Besides the high/low functionality, a key feature of this model is the tilt function of the touchscreen, in any angle, horizontal as well as vertical, the company said. The BDT5535GS touch table has 32 touch points and provides the opportunity to interact and attract the attention of multiple people at the same time, the announcement said.
With First 84-inch class Ultra HD Commercial Screen, IPS Display Solutions, LG Electronics Drives Change in U.S. Digital Signage Industry
ORLANDO, Fla., June 12, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Led by the industry’s first 84-inch class (84.
digital signage. The LF60 and LF6 Series are highly durable and reliable
panels that can operate 24 hours, 365 days a year, making them ideal for
multiple digital signage applications, including digital menu boards,
way finding, departure/arrival information, general advertising and
campus information distribution.
The Full HD LF60 Series displays, available as the 55-inch TH-55LF60U,
47-inch TH-47LF60U and 42-inch TH-42LF60U, feature 700 cd/m2 brightness,
making them easily visible even in spaces with high levels of ambient
light. The Full HD LF6 Series displays, available as the 55-inch
TH-55LF6U, 47-inch TH-47LF6U and 42-inch TH-42LF6U, feature 450 cd/m2
BrightSign LLC announced that MMD, the name behind Philips Signage Solutions and Philips Monitors worldwide, has chosen BrightSign as a core solution provider of digital signage controllers to power multi-screen applications such as video walls, digital menu boards and other projects that require synchronization across multiple screens.The companies are formally announcing their partnership at InfoComm 2013, where they plan to educate show attendees about the very latest techniques to deploy eye-catching, multi-screen digital signage applications in virtually any setting.”Simple video walls of just a few years ago have given way to a new wave of multi-screen applications that simply weren’t technically feasible until recently,” said Jeff Hastings, CEO of Los Gatos, Calif.-based BrightSign.
Adder Corp. is launching its ALDV100 range of HDMI point-to-point and point-to-multi-point extenders with a live demonstration at InfoComm 2013, taking place at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla., on June 12-14.According to the company, the new technology can intelligently interrogate its own network to determine whether specific content is being displayed on connected screens.
Digital signage solutions provider YCD Multimedia announced that New York-based bowling center operator Bowlmor has started to install an innovative platform in its venues that provides on-screen music and video entertainment.The company said the project aims to create a more show-like and fun dance club atmosphere, where the game is combined with visual effects and music according to the audience’s taste. The rich media environment also makes the bowling centers a great place to host private parties and events.The innovative system, ScreenCast, developed by ScreenPlay Entertainment, is based on YCD’s content management solution (YCD|CMS) and YCD’s automated and fully synchronized audio and video player (YCD|Player).
Densitron Europe Ltd, London, UK are pleased to announce the availability of large format E-paper displays, suitable for digital signage applications.Building on its experience of low power timing control modules, Densitron is creating a family of products that connects the displays to the internet. The first of this new range of products will be a POE (Power over Ethernet) solution that allows any number of Epaper displays to be tiled to create a large digital sign. Current display sizes supported are 4.