Wednesday, March 19, 2008

The morning press - digital signage news for March 19

Here are some of today's interesting clips from the web:
  • PumpTop TV Arrives in Arizona - PumpTop TV is now live at the first of at least 60 gas stations in the greater Phoenix area, according to AdtekMedia, Inc., owner/operator of the network. The first PumpTop TV installation was completed this week and is now up and running at a Shell station in Mesa.
  • Digital signage service: Agora signs deal with US tech firm Casada - Agora, Bangladesh's main and largest chain supermarkets signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Casada Technology Bangladesh Ltd, a USA and Taiwan-based technology company, for digital signage. Under the deal, Casada will set up display system at Agora to show product information as well as updated news and promotions on it.
  • TruMedia Introduces iCapture Mini - iCapture Mini captures audience faces via a small-form-factor, wide dynamic range (WDR) camera that is able to overcome harsh illumination conditions such as strong backlight. Up to two iCapture Mini cameras can be connected to one iCapture SmartBox.
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