As digital signage solutions become prevalent across more and more sectors, so the technology choices continue to grow. At ISE 2022, the dedicated Digital Signage & DooH Zone in Hall 6 will be the ideal place to start exploring what this sector has to offer. Additionally, don’t forget the Multi-Technology Zone in Halls 3 and 5, as many relevant exhibitors, particularly display manufacturers, will be present there.
Here’s a taster of the digital signage and DooH solutions on show at ISE 2022.
Expect new signage display models to dominate across the show floor. Access Series LCD models will be a highlight on the Christie stand, including the 4K 98in UHD982-P-A which delivers a 4K UHD solution designed for 24/7 operation, the 65in 4K UHD 500–nit UHD652-L and the 55in UHD552-L.
LG is promising to show major advances on display signage in Barcelona. Harri Ekholm, Vice President of Sales at LG Business Solutions Europe, says: “ISE is extremely important for our company, and we have many great highlights for visitors to look out for. We are presenting product integrations that can bring whole environments to life. We are showcasing our initiatives towards achieving our ambitious carbon neutrality goal. We invite visitors to come to our booth today to see, experience and feel.”
“After what feels like a very long time of everyone being unable to attend impressive and important events such as ISE 2022, it is great to be back and once again showcasing our range of products and solutions to visitors, customers, and partners,” says Damien Weissenburger, Head of Sony Professional Displays and Solutions. “Many of the latest products and solutions we have announced in the past 12 months will be showcased on such a large stage for the first time.”
Outdoor displays will also be on show, with Infinitus highlighting its imotion G7 outdoor digital totem, which can be deployed in the toughest environments while delivering “the best visual performance and longest lifetime on the market”, according to Infinitus. First-time exhibitor Hisense, meanwhile, will be covering all the bases, with three new LED display ranges, one dedicated to indoor viewing, one for outdoor and an all-in-one.
The integration of sensors within digital signage solutions is an exciting area of innovation. For example, Nexmosphere will be demonstrating how the XY-240 presence sensor triggers content when one or more people or objects have been detected; and how to use the EF Series AirButton sensor to give contactless input. Several technologies for lift detection will also be presented, including XF-P3 Wireless pick-up sensors and XZ-L20 Light sensors. Also new is the XR-2 NFC driver which can store customised data to facilitate personalised experiences.
Central to any solution is the digital signage player. Here, iBase will be showing its new 5G-compatible SI-334 4K offering compete with an AMD Ryzen Embedded V2748B processor with Radeon Graphics. The Intel-based SI-654-N with remote monitoring technologies and an 11th Gen Intel Core U-series processor will be another highlight.
Also new is the StiX 3700 second-generation, ultra-compact Android digital signage media player dongle from Navori, which offers several enhanced features, including remote control of screens using HDMI-CEC functionality. In addition, the HMP400 is the latest addition to the SpinetiX Hyper Media Player line. Offering 4K at 60fps, as well as HTML5, PoE+ and WiFi, together with the built-in DSOS operating system, the player comes with cloud-based digital signage via SpinetiX ARYA out of the box.
Also utilising the power of the cloud is Tripleplay, with its new Tripleplay Cloud platform. Delivering all the features of its Digital Engagement Platform as a service in the public cloud, including support for TripleSign cloud digital signage, mobile and desktop video streaming, webcasting, interactive IPTV, wayfinding, and TripleTV IPTV as a hybrid system, it also offers analytics and monitoring.