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Custom Signage Markets to Patients in Physicians' Offices  
By John W. DeWitt
In pursuit of captive audiences beyond traditional retail venues, digital-signage applications are expanding into new market niches. In physicians' offices, for instance, waiting-room televisions are making way for custom digital signage that markets products and services to patients while they wait...

Toronto Deploys Wireless Signage on Commuter Trains 
By John W. DeWitt
Digital signage has become a ubiquitous tool for informing and entertaining the traveling public—particularly via fixed installations in airports, bus terminals, and train stations. "We face unique networking challenges when deploying on moving trains," says Jonathan Rhee, vice president of operations for United Mobile Broadcasting Corporation (UMBC)...

Software as a Service: Hosted Digital Signage on the Rise  
By John W. DeWitt
Software as a service (SaaS), often referred to as a hosted application, has proliferated in many business application areas over the past few years--with Salesforce.com as one the earliest and best-known pure SaaS applications. Two years ago, established digital-signage software maker Rise Vision...

2008 Pick Hit Award Winners 
By Trevor Boyer
At InfoComm 08—as with any tradeshow—technological innovations generated the bulk of the buzz on the show floor. But with so much to see, and so much misplaced hype, it's easy to forget what was introduced last year in a different package—or to miss the truly revolutionary little I/O box. ...

Market Booms for Short-throw Projectors 
By John W. DeWitt
Short-throw and ultra-short-throw projectors appear to be proliferating, providing an option for implementing digital signage, educational applications, and corporate displays in tight or otherwise awkward spaces. The increasing use of projectors such as the Sanyo PLC-XL50...

InfoComm 08 in Review 
By Trevor Boyer
InfoComm 08 was a packed and energetic show, with important technology on display in all categories video, audio, AV, and various types of related gear....

Focus on Corporate AV: Multifunctional AV Network for Businesses 
By John DeWitt
Small professional businesses such as dental practices represent a conundrum of opportunity versus challenge for AV providers and integrators. These prospective...

CEDIA Preview 
By Jack Kontney
As the CEDIA Expo arrives at the Colorado Convention Center in early September, more than 25,000 designers, integrators, architects, and builders are...

How Many Signs are Too Many? 
By John W. DeWitt
There are more and larger digital screens than ever--in the home, at retail, and in other public and private contexts. So is there such a thing as too many signs? Digital Signage Update talked to Bill Gerba, a digital-signage blogger and the CEO of Wirespring...

IP-based Signage Delivers Cost-effective Scalability and Versatility 
By John W. DeWitt
Providers and users of digital-signage technologies are turning to Internet protocol (IP) for network management and distribution of content--including uncompressed HD video. IP-based digital signage networks offer several advantages, including the ability to easily repurpose content for online applications as well as signage...

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