InfoComm 2018 is slated to be one of the biggest shows this year for AV integrators. Along with our own developments from the Mvix team, there will be plenty of new tech to see at this year’s show.
Digital signage continually increases in popularity year after year. Unlike static signs, video walls allow for a broader range of features.
It’s easy to think of video walls as an extension of digital signage as a concept. A video wall combines multiple television screens, video projectors or computer monitors to form one large-sized screen or image.
Hotel guests are thirsty for information, both about the hotel and the local area. If this information isn’t delivered as quickly as possible, it can make for a frustrating experience. That’s where digital signage technology comes in. (more…)
Digital signage software is essentially the brain of your digital signage network — the control system for the content playing on digital signage screens. It is the central platform for building and deploying content as well as remotely managing a network of digital signs, touchscreen displays, video walls and interactive kiosks.