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The future of digital signage

As a world-renowned audio-visual display technology and system integration exhibition, InfoComm 2019 was held in Orlando, Florida from June 12th to 14th. Participants not only learned about the latest trends in the global display industry, but also experienced cutting-edge display innovations. During the exhibition, Samsung presented various usage scenarios of digital signage to the public, some of which have been widely integrated into our daily lives, such as retail stores and office spaces. Not only that, Samsung also demonstrated many possibilities for the development of display technology in the future.   3 “Attractions”: InfoComm 2019 scene In the corner of the Samsung booth, a huge display screen “The Wall Luxury” turned the event venue into a small theater. The Wall Luxury is a modular display based on Micro LED technology. It breaks through the limitations of traditional displays in terms of screen size, ratio, resolution, etc. It also has a borderless design that can be seamlessly integrated into walls and living rooms. When the screen is not in use, it will automatically display works of art or virtual wallpaper, just like turning the screen into a piece of art integrated into the wall.   When buying goods, do you want relevant information to be displayed on the screen without bothering the salesperson? Samsung MagicINFO 7 is a digital signage all-in-one system, which can effectively manage the advertising content on digital signs and help consumers view product information instantly. Through a customized approach and based on AI algorithms, the system can

Three development trends of digital signage

Digital signage has been developed for many years, but due to various objective reasons, it has not yet been popularized on a large scale. However, in some government service establishments and high-end commercial establishments, digital signage has been widely adopted. This shows that digital signage Signage is moving forward along the logical route of commercial development, and it has not stopped, let alone its development. Based on years of experience in digital signage projects, we believe that the following three changes are initially expected in digital signage in the next three to five years: Development trend 1, response methods will be more diversified As far as the interactive mode of digital signage is concerned, the response mode is relatively simple. Basically, it is operated by the touch screen. After clicking, the digital signage will make corresponding actions according to relevant instructions, such as issuing tickets and so on. However, people’s pursuit is endless, and more needs have not been met for the time being. At this time, new solutions are often needed to solve these pain points. Therefore, will there be new ways to respond in the future? , The answer is yes, such as voice interaction, voice interaction, and interconnection with mobile phones, etc., may be the specific form of future response methods. Development trend 2, the full integration of reality and virtual We are no longer unfamiliar with the terms augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR), because over the years, the development of AR and VR has

5 Reasons to Use Digital Signage in the Public Sector Offices

Whether it is the local post office, the district court, or the national library— public sectors, owing to their very nature of serving the public, have to rely on communication. However, in reality, public offices and institutions are hardly the places where you will find yourself receiving information effortlessly. The public sector has a thing or two to learn from the trailblazing world of the private sector. The merit of communication comes first on that list. While corporate offices are furnished with large digital signage displays at every nook and corner (disseminating information clearly and concisely), most public sector offices are still lagging as far as digitization is concerned. This post points out some of the umpteen ways in which digital signage can benefit the public sector. 5 most significant benefits of using digital signage in the public sector 1. Way-finding made easier   Public offices are busy places. Large public sector buildings are nothing short of a befuddling maze. Often it’s hard to figure out who is a staff and who is a visitor. Haven’t we all had the experience of running from cubicle-to-cubicle in search of a person of interest? Or simply running in circles throughout the building looking for a department? These are petty inconveniences that can be easily avoided. A simple digital signage solution can solve so many problems at one go. Authorities can deploy wayfinding digital signage at various locations like: Entry and exit gates Parking lots Lobby and reception Staircase and elevator zones Corridors leading to

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55 inch video wall

55 inch 3.5mm narrow bezel video wall study case in Germany

Product: 55 inch 3.5mm narrow bezel DID video wall
Installation time: 2021
Area: Germany
Key features:
• 55 inch 3.5mm narrow bezel video wall

• Original DID-LCD BOE panel
• Good white balance factory setting
• 4K resolution for the whole video wall screen
• Push out bracket, convenient for maintain service
• Daisy chain and DP loop support

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