Strategy Institute – provider of digital signage, in-store TV and narrowcasting education – is holding the Digital Signage Technology Summit in conjunction with InfoComm '08, and registration is still open. The Digital Signage Technology Summit, a new event for professionals in the AV and information communications industries, will be held at the Las Vegas Hilton on Monday and Tuesday, June 16-17, 2008. The official kick off for the InfoComm exhibition in Las Vegas will be on Wednesday, June 18.
Key Decision makers from Cornell University, City of Houston Airport System, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, University of Denver, Sony of Canada, Montgomery College and many more companies have signed up to learn from industry leaders.
Technology breakthroughs and the drop in hardware costs have now made digital signage an affordable way to communicate way finding, educate employees and delivery public safety messages. Leading corporate, healthcare, education and government facilities, including the National Press Club, Mayo Clinic, Princeton Medical Center, and University of Houston Downtown have adopted the technology.
The Digital Signage Technology Summit will complement and augment InfoComm's exhibitors and attendees through discussions on how to maximize the value of digital signage, and how to determine the best fit in the constantly growing industry for each client/project.
The two-day event will cover a range of issues including different systems capabilities for emergency, security, training and entertainment; the newest and best use of technology applications; rollout planning from pilot stage to implementation; vendor and partner selection for success and more. There is something for everyone at this one of a kind event. Visit www.strategyinstitute.com/061608_dsts/dsp.phpto view full program agenda, and register through 866-298-9343 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the Strategy Institute, visit www.strategyinstitute.com.
For more information on InfoComm International, visit www.infocomm.org.