At last years NSCA Expo in Las Vegas, attendees got a look at just how much the digital signage market is heating up.
The Digital Signage ShowCase LIVE pavilion was a big draw at last years showand this year it will be even bigger.
Attendees can get a real-life look at digital and dynamic signage in the Digital Signage ShowCase LIVE pavilion, at the NSCA Expo March 10-12 in Orlando. Attendees can interact with hardware and software applications, discuss benefits and how-tos, participate in the Demystifying Digital Signage Seminar to learn how this emerging technology can expand your business.
Sponsored by ActiveLight and Systems Contractor News magazine, the Digital Signage ShowCase LIVE pavilion addresses one of the most pressing needs of AV professionals today: the need to offer AV beyond the stage, boardroom, classroom, and church. Digital signage represents opportunity to grow the market in a way this industry has not faced since the introduction of video. At Digital Signage ShowCase LIVE, Expo attendees can evaluate technology solutions from ActiveLight, Aurora Multimedia Corporation, Avocent Corporation, Blue Pony Digital Inc., Canopus Corporation, Chyron Corporation, DynaTek Media, Electronic Displays, Inc., Electrosonic, Media Networks Division, ENSEO, Inc., Gyricon LLC, Mercury Online Solutions, Philips CSI, Pro Display USA, Promo Only, SCALA, Inc., SMART Technologies, Inc., Webpavement, and others.
Seminars will offer insight on learning to define different business sets and find the right approach to selling digital signage solutions to a retail organization, bank, and transportation customer. Attendees will leave with a sense for how to make the business case for digital signage system depending upon the customer need.
Also, the DIGI Awards will recognize the resellers, dealers and integrators who have gone the extra mile to ensure success for their clients, thereby furthering the digital signage industry as a whole. DIGI Awards sponsor ActiveLight will recognize these achievements with awards in three categories: retail, transportation and corporate installations.These categories will then be divided into three divisions: under 5 screens, six to 25 screens and more than 25 screens.