During our talk with Dave Haynes from Sixteen:Nine as a part of our set of DSSE interviews, we’ve discussed prospects for digital signage companies and innovations that will shape the industry in the forthcoming years. With some technologies already on the rise, there is still plenty of underdog projects that can create a demand in 2020. We asked Dave Haynes about the digital signage market niches he sees the most of demand growth.
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The Digital Signage Cream of the Crop: Reviewed by Dave Haynes From Sixteen:Nine
We continue publishing excerpts from our set of DSSE interviews as a part of the digital signage podcast series. During our talk with Dave Haynes from Sixteen:Nine, we’ve tried to discuss the most trending developments on the digital signage market. Among the most burning questions, we asked Dave to make a brief review of the top software and hardware providers in the industry.
“I Have No Faith or Interest in 3D”: Dave Haynes From Sixteen:Nine on Digital Signage Tech
We continue publishing excerpts from our set of DSSE interviews as a part of the digital signage podcast series. During our talk with Dave Haynes from Sixteen:Nine, we’ve covered a large number of topics on digital signage solutions and market prospects. In 2019 any retailer can improve their marketing communication with a large number of digital signage technologies: from video walls to interactive signage. We asked Dave Haynes, which technology will become a bigger game-changer in retail visual marketing: 3D holographic or AR.
Kitcast Podcast feat Sixteen:Nine– Episode 9 – What About the Digital Signage Market?
Here’s the last episode of the interviews recorded at the Digital Signage Summit Europe in Munich in July. From interactive signage to video walls, we’ve talked through some of the most peculiar digital signage technologies from the DSSE, giving you insights into the speeches and case studies that truly inspire. Our podcast series “What about…” continue to explore the cutting-edge solutions that get us stunned. The new episode of our podcast focuses on the digital signage market in general and our guest is Dave Haynes, the founder and editor of Sixteen:Nine.
“I would say we have a lot of love-hate relationships these days”: Matrox’s Katrin Kerber on competitors.
During our podcast interview with Katrin Kerber (Account Manager Graphics at Matrox) at the DSSE in July, we discussed the prospects and challenges for video walls in digital signage. With many market insights and business ideas, this interview can change the perspective for many companies that are in search for new accessible digital signage solutions. With the rise of interactive displays and new tech that eat the market niche – how is Matrox adjusting to this kind of competition?
“Everyone knows how a PC works, everyone knows how a graphic card gets installed”: Katrin Kerber on video walls at campuses.
We continue publishing excerpts from our set of DSSE interviews as a part of the digital signage podcast series. Video Walls have been a digital signage solution for a fairly long time, and while there are plenty of more innovative and cutting-edge visual technologies – video walls can still become the trick up your sleeve in the highly competitive markets. One of the most peculiar things about the video walls is that the demand for them mostly comes from the education industry followed by healthcare. We asked Katrin Kerber, Account Manager Graphics at Matrox to address this issue and explain how a regular college or school can adjust the technology…
Kitcast Podcast feat Matrox – Episode 8 – What About Videowalls?
We continue our series of interviews recorded at the Digital Signage Summit Europe in Munich. DSSE was a truly immersive experience with insightful speeches and inspiring case studies. Our podcast series “What about…” explore the cutting-edge solutions that got us stunned st the DSSE. The new episode of our podcast focuses on the video walls market and our guest is Katrin Kerber, Account Manager Graphics at Matrox.
“We’re really focusing on anonymizing the data”: Joe Hasenzahl on visual recognition.
We continue publishing excerpts from our set of DSSE interviews as a part of the digital signage podcast series. From challenges to the most intriguing discoveries – computer visual recognition proves to be one of the most promising technologies. However, like any other software that uses big data and personal information, visual recognition faces two main issues: compliance with laws and security. We asked Joe Hasenzahl, Director of Advanced Retail Solutions issues mentioned above technology solves the aforementioned issues. “It has to be compliant. If you’re bored, you can’t sleep, you should read the GDPR documentation. I’m not a lawyer, but when I read it, it seems clearly targeted at…
“The source of emotion is difficult to backtrack”: DynaScan’s Joe Hasenzahl on visual recognition.
During our podcast interview with Joe Hasenzahl (Director of Advanced Retail Solutions at DynaScan) at the DSSE earlier this month, we discussed the prospects and challenges for computer visual recognition tech. With many technology insights and fascinating ideas, this interview can be a helping hand for companies that want to opt for new digital signage solutions in their marketing research and promotion. Age, gender, emotion – exactly how deep is the data analysis when it comes to computer visual recognition?
Kitcast Podcast feat DynaScan – Episode 7 – What About Visual Recognition Tech?
We continue our series of interviews recorded earlier this month at the Digital Signage Summit Europe in Munich. DSSE showcased new developments in both technology and approach. Our set of interviews as a part of our digital signage podcast series “What about…”, explores the cutting-edge solutions that got us stunned. The new episode of our DSSE series focuses on the computer visual recognition tech and our guest is Joe Hasenzahl, Director of Advanced Retail Solutions at DynaScan. What are the main challenges when it comes to visual recognition? Why you should never use the term facial detection? What can customer facial expressions tell you about your product? How does DynaScan…