Atlanta â€“ Digital Signage ExpoÂ® (DSE), the worldâ€™s largest International Tradeshow and Conference dedicated to digital signage, interactive technology and digital out-of-home networks (DOOH), will present all new six-part Hardware & Connectivity and Software & Networks Seminar Programs within a reformatted and expanded Conference Seminar Program for February 22-25, 2011, in Las Vegas.
Both the Hardware & Connectivity and Software & Networks Seminar Programs will be presented as part of DSEâ€™s nine-track Educational Conference and are designed specifically for system integrators, installers, DOOH network operators and end-users. The Hardware & Connectivity track will provide an impartial review of cutting-edge trends in digital signage hardware and connectivity with a primary focus on the way in which these technologies are solving deployment problems and allowing for innovative applications. The Software & Networks track is designed to answer a range of topical questions related to the deployment of a digital signage system, including planning, choosing the delivery method and selecting the software platform.
Topics to be covered include:
Hardware & Connectivity
â€¢ New Display Technology Advances
â€¢ Why the Time is Right for Video Walls
â€¢ A World of Shapes: A New Approach to the Integration of Digital Screens/Canvases in Public Environments
â€¢ Advanced Installation Overview: Overcoming Connectivity & Delivery Challenges
â€¢ Display Mounting Solutions: Installation Best Practices â€“ What, Where & How
â€¢ Tips for Designing & Implementing Digital Signage Networks with an Eye toward Lower TCO
â€¢ Using Audio in Digital Signage Applications
â€¢ Attracting & Engaging Viewers with Advanced Audio
Software & Networks
â€¢ Essential Planning for Software & Delivery Selection
â€¢ Implementing an IP-Based Network: The Digital Display Network in Tomorrowâ€™s Casino Resort Today â€“ A Success Story at Northern Quest Resort & Casino
â€¢ Software Selection Simplified
â€¢ Advanced Software Solutions: Software Technologies for Next-Generation DS
â€¢ Understanding Network Basics
â€¢ Content Delivery Methods: Transmission Pros & Cons â€“ Media Network Strategies: Making the Right Choice
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Richard Lebovitz, Educational Director for Exponation, LLC, which produces DSE said, â€œThe dozen seminars in the Hardware and Software tracks offer a great variety of topics, a good balance of basic and advanced curriculum, and an expert overview of new hardware and software technologies to help attendees address the very real challenges of planning, implementing and keeping their networks current.â€?