DIGI Award Winners Unveiled

  • As Chair of the Judges Committee for the DIGI’s, I’m proud to announce that Digital Signage Magazine together with The Digital Signage Group announced the winners of the DIGI Awards at The Digital Signage Show in New York yesterday. The show wraps today at the Javits Center. The DIGI Awards ceremony took place yesterday, and winners for best digital signage deployments, best use of content, and best new products were recognized. Details on the winning entries will appear in the December issue of Digital Signage magazine, and online at www.digitalsignageweekly.com.
  • The DIGI Awards recognize the resellers, integrators and service providers who have gone the extra mile to ensure success for their clients, thereby furthering the digital signage industry as a whole. And new this year, we added New Product Awards as well.
  • Winners for the following DIGI Award categories received recognition in yesterday’s ceremony at the Javits Center.
  • The DIGI Award Winners this year are:
  • Retail Roll-out, Local:
  • House of Media Experience for Miele Inspirience Centre
  • Retail Roll-out, National:
  • Level 5 / Hammond Communication Group, for Sprint Studio Store
  • Interactive Technology Roll-out:
  • 2C Visual Communications For BC Children's Hospital
  • Best Deployment, Transportation:
  • iMediaT Digital For British Columbia Rapid Transit Company, SkyTrain
  • Best Deployment, Entertainment:
  • Cisco for Cisco Digital Signage System at Dallas Cowboy Stadium
  • Best Deployment, Integration of Digital Signage and Mobile/Cell Phone
  • Technology:
  • Microspace Communications Corporation for City of Raleigh,
  • Capitol Area Transit (CAT)
  • Best Content, Merchandising:
  • Schult for Regal Entertainment, Digital Menu Boards
  • Best Content, Ambient:
  • Professional Communications Systems for Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
  • (TBPAC)
  • Best Content, Corporate Communications:
  • Digital Display & Communication for Rogers Communications’ UR Music
  • Best Content, Interactive:
  • Monster Media for Oxygen Network’s Dance You’re Ass Off Storefront
  • Best Content, Advertising:
  • Digital Display &Communication for HYPE Campaign/Rogers Stores Canada
  • Best New Technology Innovation in Digital Signage Displays:
  • Samsung Electronics America for the Samsung 820TSn Interactive LCD Panel
  • Best New Generation Display Device, Large Screen:
  • ADEX International, Dual- Projection Glass Walled Structure with Polarized LCD Overlay
  • Best New Display Device, Small Screen:
  • MicroSigns Inc. for Integrated, Wireless Display Network and Content
  • Management System
  • Best New Generation Display Device, (non-LCD or Plasma):
  • GestureTek for 3D Depth Sensing Interactive Digital Sign with Mobile
  • Phone Interactivity
  • Best New Content Management Software/Web-based (SaaS):
  • SignChannel, from Thinking Screen Media
  • Best New Content Management Software/Premise-based:
  • Omnivex, for Moxie
  • Best New Audience Measurement Package:
  • CognoVision Solutions Inc. for Anonymous Impression Metric (AIM)
  • Judges Choice Award:
  • Walt Disney World for Their Digital Guest Communications
  • Details on the winning entries will appear in the December issue of Digital Signage magazine, and online at www.digitalsignageweekly.com