Wednesday, September 21, 2005

GVExpo to feature a focus on digital signage

Apparently big things are afoot for the digital signage industry in terms of government projects, or at least that's what ActiveLight seems to think, as they have announced that they will be sponsoring a pavillion at the upcoming GVExpo:

"Now in its eighth year, GVExpo is the premier government video, broadcast, AV, and multimedia event. Sponsored by GovernmentVideo and Videography magazines, the event is produced by CMP Media. The Digital Signage Zone will highlight the show floor which features more than 300 exhibitors. The special area will include products and services used to implement digital signage strategies such as narrowcasters, digital signage control software, display technology, video routing and distribution, graphical and content creation software, and technology integrators supplying digital signage elements.
"In addition to showcasing the latest technologies in digital signage, there will be free educational sessions open to all attendees in the GVExpo Digital Signage Presentation Theater on the show floor, and a more in-depth presentation is also included in the accompanying GovernmentVideo Conference Program. On November 30, Digital Signage Quarterly will present the "Digital Signage Solutions" session at 3:00 p.m. This session will examine the various elements involved in implementing digital signage, including content creation, display technology and control systems. Attendees will also learn how digital signage can be an important tool for spreading messages to employees and the general public, how to evaluate needs, how to maintain a system and how to measure ROI. Moderated by David Keene, Executive Editor of Digital Signage Quarterly, scheduled session speakers include Brad Gleeson of ActiveLight and Steven Platt of The Platt Institute. Digital Signage Quarterly is published by CMP Media in partnership with Active Light."

Additional details can be found at this link, which is just the rest of their press release. You might also want to check out the GVExpo page itself.

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