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Interactive Signage Augments National Portrait Gallery Exhibits 
By John W. DeWitt
Museums increasingly augment their physical exhibits with interactive technology that allows visitors to explore a wealth of digitized material and information far beyond the content in the museum's possession...

Picture This: Digital Signage That’ll Grab You 
By Jeff Sauer
One of the overt trends emerging in both the consumer and professional entertainment industries over the past year or two has been 3D...

Integrator Launches Signage Network in 1,100 Mexican Banks 
By John W. DeWitt
When a senior executive from Santander Bank recently flew into Mexico City from the bank's headquarters in Spain, he was able to talk to all of his Mexican employees at once across 1,100 of the bank's retail locations via live video and audio. This corporate communications capability, which may be rolled out to other Santander Banks across Latin America, was implemented by Mexico City-based AV and digital-signage integrator Satellite Store Link (SSL)...

Fewer Attend Expo, but Market Forecasts Remain Strong 
By John W. DeWitt
Attendance slipped significantly, but not disastrously, at last month's Digital Signage Expo. "A lot of exhibitors were expecting the worst, given the economy," according to Chris Gibbs, president of ExpoNation, the Atlanta-based company that produces the show...

Power Management for the Corporate AV Environment 
By Linda Seid Frembes
It is easy to take electricity for granted. It is assumed that when you plug in an AV device, it will have power. ...

Digital Signage Expo Opens Amidst Cautiously Bullish Expectations 
By John W. DeWitt
The Digital Signage Expo begins Tuesday, Feb. 24, in Las Vegas with a backdrop of bleak economic news, but Chicago-based analyst Chris Connery remains quite bullish on the category. Digital Signage Update caught up with Connery, vice president for PC and large-format commercial displays at DisplaySearch, as he was packing for the Feb. 24 to 26 show...

Downturn Drives Upswing in Low-cost, Hosted Digital Signage 
By John W. DeWitt
Last fall, two months before Christmas, Eric Kanagy loaned one of his company's 19in. digital signs to a small retailer nearby. Kanagy, CEO of RedPost in Goshen, Ind., didn't expect to sell the sign...

Focus on Hospitality: Cutting-edge AV in Luxury Hotels  
By John W. DeWitt
The recent Golden Globe Awards did more than recognize Hollywood's glitterati and their creative performances. For Arlington Heights, Ill.-based integrator...

How Digital Signage Can Help in a Tough Economy 
By John W. DeWitt
Digital signage appears to be substantially insulated from the general cutbacks in spending for technology and advertising. Austin, Texas-based DisplaySearch just released its 2009 forecasts, which predict robust 44 percent growth in unit volume for LCD and plasma screens used for digital signage and large-format commercial display applications...

Trend Watch 2009 
By Linda Seid Frembes
As the mainstream news indicates, this year will be a challenging one for businesses of all kinds. The corporate market, in particular, has weathered the dual blows of soaring travel costs and the crash of the financial services sector...

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