InfoComm 2023 Emerging Technology Highlights

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InfoComm 2023 Emerging Technology Highlights

InfoComm 2023 Will Put the Spotlight on Emerging Technologies in the Pro AV Industry

FAIRFAX, Va., June 1, 2023 — InfoComm 2023 will put the spotlight on emerging technologies, from augmented and virtual reality to AI, to virtual production. Leading experts will dive into these topics in the vast education program and solution providers will showcase the technology in action on the trade show floor June 10-16 (exhibits 14-16) at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.

Virtual Production in Action

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InfoComm attendees will get a first-hand look at how virtual production works at The Unreal Ride, A Virtual Production Experience Presented by Vū, Unilumin, and MRMC (booth 6081). The teams have collaborated to debut an entirely new Unreal Ride featuring a Jeep where two participants can ride through newly created virtual worlds specifically designed for InfoComm 2023. Attendees will experience a blend of the physical and virtual worlds through a combination of the latest innovations in virtual production technology, including advanced LED panels, a motion-controlled camera, camera tracking and virtual environments created with Unreal Engine, and lighting optimized for virtual production.

“We’re really looking forward to this virtual production experience Vū, Unilumin, and MRMC are bringing to InfoComm 2023,” said Rochelle Richardson, CEM, Senior Vice President of Expositions and Events, AVIXA, producer of InfoComm. “The InfoComm audience is not only going to see the magic of virtual production – they’re also going to get to participate!”

A Deep Dive into Emerging Trends

On Tuesday, June 13, InfoComm will present “Emerging Trends,” an annual review of the industry’s latest technology advancements. The half-day program led by Pete Coman of PTS Consulting will take attendees on an exciting journey to discover how technologies such as AR, VR, NDI, Dante AV, wireless collaboration solutions, and other emerging tech will revolutionize the way we connect and collaborate.

The day begins with the session “Beyond Reality: Exploring the Future of Work with Virtual and Augmented Reality” led by Linda Gedemer of AlphaTech. Next, Oliver Van Camp from Barco and Christopher Jaynes of Q-SYS will present “Unleashing the Power of Connectivity and Collaboration: A Glimpse into the Future.” Paul Harris from Aurora Multimedia will discuss “Revolutionizing the Workplace: The Future of Audio Visual & Control Technology.” The program concludes with the session “NDI and Dante AV: Which one is the real AV superhero? with Paul Richards of PTZ Optics and Will Waters from Audinate.

“The education program at InfoComm 2023 will show you the endless possibilities of pro AV technology,” Annette Sandler, Director, Live Content, U.S./Canada, AVIXA. “Attendees can take classes on specific technologies they need to learn more about and different applications and case studies for projects that they’re working on. Our Emerging Trends program is a must-attend for anyone wanting to know “what’s next” in the ever-evolving world of pro AV.”

All About AI

InfoComm 2023 will host more than 100 hours of education on critical pro AV topics, including emerging technologies like AI.

On Wednesday, June 14, Diversified’s Stephen Jenkins and Blaine Brown will present the session “The Impact of AI: How AI Will Enhance and Transform the Industry” at the Technology Innovation Stage (booth 2260). They’ll explore AI-powered collaboration solutions and revolutionary cloud services, such as OpenAI and Microsoft Copilot. They’ll also discuss the imminent shift from “preventative” to “predictive” maintenance through AI-enabled analytics, leading to self-healing capabilities.

Brad Sousa of AVI Systems will present “Integrating Tools to Make the Workplace More Useful: AI and Smart Technologies” on Thursday, June 15. In this session, Sousa will discuss how AI and smart technologies can enhance meeting and workspaces, concierge services for individual employees, and security tools – all using sensors, IoT, occupancy and access control to correlate data.

For more information on InfoComm 2023 and to register for the show, visit

InfoComm 2023 is sponsored by Strategic Partners Blackmagic Design and Crestron and Supporting Partner Shure Incorporated.

For ongoing conversations and news about InfoComm 2023, visit the InfoComm room on AVIXA Xchange, a unique community for the AV industry designed to connect thought leaders, industry-leading solution providers, and innovative manufacturers with AV solution seekers.


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About InfoComm
InfoComm is the largest technology exhibition and conference in North America focused on the pro AV industry. The exhibition is produced by the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA) and currently ranks as the 28th largest trade show in the United States by Trade Show Executive. In addition, AVIXA and its partners produce a global portfolio of trade shows and conferences, including InfoComm China, Beijing; InfoComm India; InfoComm Southeast Asia; Integrate; and Integrated Systems Europe.

AVIXA is the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, producer of InfoComm trade shows around the world, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, and the international trade association representing the audiovisual industry. Established in 1939, AVIXA has more than 20,000 enterprise and individual members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, consultants, programmers, live events companies, technology managers, content producers, and multimedia professionals from more than 80 countries. AVIXA members create integrated AV experiences that deliver outcomes for end users. AVIXA is a hub for professional collaboration, information, and community, and is the leading resource for AV standards, certification, training, market intelligence, and thought leadership. Visit



Krystle Murphy, Communications Manager, AVIXA

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +1.703.279.6366

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Drive Thru Digital Signage Solutions by Panasonic

Clear Connect Panasonic Restaurant Solution

With digital signage at the #drivethru, POS systems at the counter, and software in the back office, we’re uniquely equipped to bring everything together to drive efficiency and increase customer satisfaction. See how:

An entire set of technologies and solutions

The ClearConnect™ ecosystem offers scalable solutions that can be customized to fit operational needs, from small to medium-sized operations to multi-location deployment. Additional highlights of the platform include:

  • Turnkey kiosk solutions with facial recognition
  • POS sustems, including traditional and mobile options, paired with iQtouch software
  • World-class suite of drive-thru technology, including Attune Restaurant Communication System, indoor and outdoor menu board displays and the innovative iQtimer optimization system
  • Clearview software that helps maximize profits by providing real time analytics to help reduce food and labor costs while reinforcing best practices across an enterprise

Deliver a better customer experience by decreasing order time and increasing customer throughput through our kiosk solutions.


Point-of-Sale Solutions

Always be ready to take and fulfill customer orders, speeding up transaction time and throughput while creating a seamless customer experience with our variety of POS solutions


Tech enabled, people-powered food lockers offer convenience, ensure food quality, and security to maximize restaurant off-premises sales.


Easy to read, indoor/outdoor displays provide a visually engaging customer experience. Able to automatically serve up daypart menus, these displays work off a common application platform so every solution in your restaurant is automatically in sync with one another.

A turnkey solution that will make sure your drive-thru is running on all cylinders –  a complete solution to help reduce errors while improving efficiency.


Maximize efficiency by utilizing real-time data analytics across the entire restaurant for insights that will help increase profitability.


ClearConnect™ Service + Support

We know technology uptime translates into revenue. We’ve got you covered with our outstanding level of service and support. From 24/7 to other scalable plans, we understand your operation’s specific needs and are ready to support them.


NRA 2023 Chicago

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From Kiosk Industry

NRA is our next show (May in Chicago). Visit our NRA page. We’ll be in the Tech Pavilion in booth 6475

At the show and booth we will have around 10+ companies represented.  We’ll have tablet kiosks from imageHolders and countertop from Pyramid doing Storm Interface accessibility demo. Also an outdoor capable portable digital signage A-Frame. Pitney Bowes will be in the booth to talk service, installation and monitoring for your self-service devices.

Note from Craig: 
We’ll be exhibiting in Chicago May 20th-23rd at the National Restaurant Show and if you are considering attending we can offer you a free customer invite pass as thanks for stopping by in NY. Our booth is in the Tech Pavilion again (6475).  If you are interested in a free pass or just reconnecting drop me an email or call (720-324-1837).

We’ll have 10 or so solutions we’ll be demonstrating (we have a larger 10×20).  Kiosks, tablets, menu boards, service/installation and accessibility. Information on the show is best viewed on the NRA site here.

2022 Show Photos – 25 of so different ones


Self-Order with Accessibility by Storm Interface (Pyramid Kiosks)

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Self-order systems are utilizing the AudioPad from Storm Interface. Major users include Mcdonald’s, Southwest Airlines, and Marriott.

Nicky Shaw, the US Managing Director, will be in the KMA booth so stop by and speak with her.

Storm in Mcdonald’s News

Follow Up 10/18 — from Wall Street Journal

  • The technology will be added to all existing kiosks in company-owned restaurants in California, and 25% of existing kiosks in other U.S. states. [company-owned restaurants]
  • McDonald’s only operates around 5% of its roughly 14,000 U.S. restaurants, the company said. The rest are run by franchisees.
  • The company said it would add the new accessibility function to all new kiosks installed in any U.S. restaurant after July 1, including those sold to franchised restaurants.

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ImageHolders & SapientX

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imageHOLDERS is very well-known in Europe and has opened offices and manufacturing capability in the U.S.  Elevating your customers’ digital experience with best-in-class kiosk solutions.  imageHOLDERS design and build innovative business solutions, making technology more accessible.

SapientX We Are Building the Next Generation of A.I. Voice Assistants.

  • Current voice systems have surprisingly poor accuracy. Our patent pending system is up to 99% accurate!
  • We speak 40 languages and dialects allowing us to serve 5.5 billion potential users.
  • Our conversational interface needs no user training, functions with or without the internet and will never sell sensitive user data.

Note that these will demo the self-order app in conjunction with AudioPad accessibility as well.

Pitney Bowes – Your Service Partner

Too often kiosk service or Point-Of-Sale service, installation, training and logistics are an afterthought or just another wrap-up detail.  For long running projects it is crucial. For pilots it is crucial. The kiosk association is happy to introduce Pitney Bowes as  one of our Gold sponsors. They will have multiple people at the upcoming National Restaurant Association tradeshow and if you want to meet with them there send a note to [email protected] — if you need a pass we can help too.

Service Delivery Innovation: Smart, strategic support solutions for your clients and technology

By partnering with Service Delivery Innovation by Pitney Bowes, companies gain the ability to streamline operations, deploy new capabilities and scale and accelerate growth. Pitney Bowes has the experience, expertise and service infrastructure to help her plan strategically, act quickly and compete effectively.



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Show Contacts for KMA

Nicky Shaw

Head of U.S. Sales. Nicky heads up the U.S. for Storm Interface. Based in Arizona.

Nicky Shaw
Tel. 480 584 3518
[email protected]

Proudly serving as Chairperson of the KMA Accessibility Committee!

Pete Thompson

A commercially minded engineer who has the ability to communicate confidently at every level and the technical knowledge and organizational skills to ensure that projects are delivered on time and on budget.

Pete Thompson
Vice President of Sales | imageHOLDERS | North America
Book a meeting with me
M: +1 (778) 222 5694
T: +1 (604) 475 7776
E: [email protected]
A: Unit 105 -84 North Bend Street, Coquitlam BC Canada V3K 6H1

Stephanie Joy

Director,Service Marketing and Enablement.
[email protected]
27 Waterview Drive
Shelton, CT 06484

Barney Stacher

Barney Stacher, Head of Sales and Partnerships
Book a meeting 

Resources and Notes

Tech Pavilion Exhibitors

Tech Pavilion Exhibitors


  • ELOTOUCH touchscreens & kiosks
  • Esper IO Android Solutions
  • Intel Kiosk Technology
  • JAWS Kiosk Software
  • KIOSK & Posiflex QSR Restaurant Solutions
  • KioWare Contactless Touchless Software
  • LG Self-Order & Robotics
  • Nanonation Self-Order & Digital Signage
  • Olea Kiosks Self-Order Restaurant Solutions
  • Panasonic ClearConnect Restaurant Solutions
  • Peerless-AV kiosks & digital signage
  • Pitney Bowes Kiosk Service Installation
  • Pyramid Computer Smart Kiosks
  • Samsung kiosks & digital signage
  • Star Micronics printers & POS


InfoComm 2023 Register Today

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Save the date!  InfoComm 2023

Register post by Samsung in advance of InfoComm 2023.

  • June 10 – 16, 2023
  • Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, FL

Booth 1143 — actually there are 2 booths for Samsung. This is the “big” one

Join us at the largest audiovisual solutions event of the year. Explore our wide selection of digital signage and commercial displays.

• Outdoor signage
• Video walls
• MicroLED
• Interactive and standalone displays

Get a free exhibit hall pass with VIP Code SAM713

Register now

Meet with a Samsung rep at InfoComm. Come say hello and enjoy a guided booth tour. Interested in Samsung Display Solutions?

Let us contact you.

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InfoComm 2023 – Diversity and AVIXA

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InfoComm 2023 AVIXA Policy on Inclusion



Krystle Murphy, Communications Manager, AVIXA


Phone: +1.703.279.6366


AVIXA Will Champion Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion at InfoComm 2023

FAIRFAX, Va., May 5, 2023 — AVIXA, the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, will continue to demonstrate its commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) at InfoComm 2023 this June 10-16 (exhibits 14-16) in Orlando, Florida. At the show, the AV community will experience more of the manifestation of AVIXA’s dedication to DEI through powerful conversations, diverse voices on stage, and programs to reach diverse youth.

AVIXA is very proud of the work we are doing with the AV community to bring discussions on DEI out in the open and support programs that are making a positive impact. We want everyone to feel welcome to this exciting industry, because everyone deserves to belong and for their story to be heard,” said David Labuskes, CTS, CAE, RCDD, Chief Executive Officer of AVIXA. “In addition, it’s critical that the environment where we host InfoComm is inclusive to everyone. Laws that adversely affect women, LGBTQ+, Black, Latino, Asian, Indigenous, disabled persons, and others are not in line with AVIXA’s values. Orange County, Florida, the home for InfoComm 2023, shares our dedication to DEI and takes deliberate action to support diverse communities.”

Conversations to Implement Change

AVIXA is intentional about bringing new and diverse voices to the classrooms, panel discussions, and InfoComm stages. In 2021, AVIXA began the “pass the mic” initiative, where speakers are asked to include and support colleagues to present sessions at InfoComm to amplify more diverse voices and points of view. This program is yielding positive results – the InfoComm 2023 current speaker lineup is 26% female or non-binary and 25% minorities.

In addition, InfoComm 2023 will present sessions on how organizations can go beyond conversations about race and take action for racial and gender equity and the importance of leadership being purposeful about implementing DEI practices.

The session “Diversity & Equity in the Modern Workplace: Intentional Leadership” will feature industry DEI experts sharing their experiences and success stories on how belonging is a powerful sentiment that needs to be understood by leaders and ingrained into an organization’s DNA.

The discussion “An Ethical Revolution in Tech: Creating DEI Accountability and Psychologically Safe Workplaces” will bring together a cross-section of the industry to share insights for change at every level. From the perspectives of workplace leadership, management allyship, or passionate outspoken employee perspective, this session will provide real-world examples.

InfoComm 2023 will also host the annual AVIXA Women’s Council Breakfast featuring keynote speaker Dr. Tarika Barrett, CEO of Girls Who Code, who is on a mission to close the gender gap in tech and change the image of what a computer programmer looks like. Dr. Barrett will shine a light on the transformative power of learning spaces where women can collaborate to problem-solve, innovate, and envision themselves as leaders and equals in their fields.

To view all the DEI sessions at InfoComm 2023, visit

Paving the Way for a Future of Diversity

InfoComm will also host students from The Loop Lab and Diverse Media Institute, organizations that provide audiovisual education with a particular focus on the DEI. The students will tour the trade show, attend seminars and workshops, and attend special AVIXA events.

On Friday, June 16, HETMA (Higher Education Technology Managers Alliance) and AVIXA will announce the recipients of the Prism Scholarships. Now in its second year, the scholarship program was created to encourage women, LGBTQ+, Black, Latino, Asian, Indigenous, disabled persons, and others to become active leaders and role models for technology managers in the higher education space. Recipients receive a one-year Elite Membership to AVIXA, inclusive of the entire online catalog of education, access to a virtual CTS prep course, course materials, the coverage of exam fees for the Certified Technology Specialist (CTS) exam, and more.

In addition, the AVIXA Foundation is currently accepting applications for its elAVate Scholarship and Mosaic Scholarship, which encourage and enable students from diverse backgrounds who show great potential to pursue careers in the audiovisual field. Applications will be accepted through September 3, 2023. Learn more and apply at

An Environment for Everyone

At the Orange County Convention Center, attendees will have access to wellness rooms for lactation, medical needs, and prayer, in addition to gender-neutral restrooms. InfoComm is ADA compliant. For visual, auditory, mobility or other accommodations, attendees can note their needs when registering for the show.

DEI Support in Orlando and Orange County, Florida

The Orange County Convention Center is owned and operated by the Orange County Government.

Elected in 2018, the mission of Orange County Mayor Jerry L. Demings has been to build a community that works for everyone, one where no one is left behind. The Orange County Government takes deliberate action to affirm and uplift the region’s LGBTQ+ community.

  • In 2021-2022, Orange County Government was the largest funder of mental health services for The LGBT+ Center Orlando.
  • Orange County Government led the development of a strategic relationship between the Department of Health and Come Out With Pride Orlando which resulted in several mobile vaccination sites during Orlando’s 2022 pride-week events and its pride parade and festival.
  • Orange County Government participated in peer-to-peer transgender support/education groups with Bliss Cares.
  • Orange County Government funded community-based programs for vulnerable LGBTQ+ youth through Zebra Coalition and Orlando Youth Alliance.
  • Orange County Government is proud to invest in its employee resources groups (ERGs), earmarking annual funds to support community initiatives. Current ERGs include (1) African American Employee Network, (2) Hispanic Heritage Network and (3) Orange County Asian Committee. Orange County employees are currently working on building the LGBTQ+ and Ally group for the next fiscal year.

In 2022, the City of Orlando received the highest rating by the Human Rights Campaign’s Municipal Equality Index (MEI) for the ninth consecutive year. The MEI evaluates 506 cities across the United States on how inclusive their municipal laws, policies, and services are of LGBTQ+ residents and visitors utilizing 49 different criteria including non-discrimination laws and municipal employment policies, inclusiveness of city services, and law enforcement and municipal leadership on matters of equality.

“We understand the AV community’s concerns about the current divided culture we are experiencing. AVIXA’s values are strong in fostering an industry that supports and uplifts everyone, and we are proud that Orange County shares those values,” says Labuskes. “Shows like InfoComm impact more than 25,500 individuals that are employed either directly or indirectly by the activity generated by the Orange County Convention Center. We are proud to play a role in supporting jobs and the economy in Orange County.”

To learn more about AVIXA’s commitment to DEI, visit For details on DEI at InfoComm 2023, visit

For ongoing conversations and news about the AV industry, including DEI, visit AVIXA Xchange, a unique community for the AV industry designed to connect thought leaders, industry-leading solution providers, and innovative manufacturers with AV solution seekers.

About InfoComm
InfoComm is the largest technology exhibition and conference in North America focused on the pro AV industry. The exhibition is produced by the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA) and currently ranks as the 28th largest trade show in the United States by Trade Show Executive. In addition, AVIXA and its partners produce a global portfolio of trade shows and conferences, including InfoComm China, Beijing; InfoComm India; InfoComm Southeast Asia; Integrate; and Integrated Systems Europe.

AVIXA is the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, producer of InfoComm trade shows around the world, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, and the international trade association representing the audiovisual industry. Established in 1939, AVIXA has more than 20,000 enterprise and individual members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, consultants, programmers, live events companies, technology managers, content producers, and multimedia professionals from more than 80 countries. AVIXA members create integrated AV experiences that deliver outcomes for end users. AVIXA is a hub for professional collaboration, information, and community, and is the leading resource for AV standards, certification, training, market intelligence, and thought leadership. Visit

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InfoComm 2023 – AVIXA Partners with Moment Factory and Nanolumens

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InfoComm 2023 Interactive with Moment Factory and Nanolumens

The Interactive Experience created by Moment Factory powered by Nanolumens (booth 361) will showcase examples of “innovative” opportunities available in digital signage, with a wow factor. Showcased upon a pair of 16 by 9-foot Nanolumens Engage Series 2.5mm LED walls by integrating Kinect, scanning, and tracking technologies.

This installation features a range of interactive displays that respond to the movements and gestures of visitors, creating a truly personalized experience. Over the course of three days, visitors can control and manipulate the content in a variety of ways, exploring the limits of creative expression and innovation.

InfoComm Partners with Moment Factory and Nanolumens to Present an Interactive Booth Experience at the June Show



Krystle Murphy, Communications Manager, AVIXA

Email: [email protected]

Phone: +1.703.279.6366

FAIRFAX, Va., April 21, 2023 — InfoComm for the first time ever is partnering with one of the world’s leading multimedia entertainment studios, Moment Factory and Atlanta based, LED design and manufacturer Nanolumens to bring three days of dazzling interactive experiences to the show this June 14-16 in Orlando, Florida.

The Interactive Experience created by Moment Factory powered by Nanolumens (booth 361) will showcase a selection of distinct visual systems that demonstrates the innovative opportunities available in digital signage that provide a sense of awe with the audience. This activation will be showcased upon a pair of 16 by 9-foot Nanolumens Engage Series 2.5mm LED walls through the integration of Kinect, scanning, and tracking technologies.

The Interactive Experience booth, created by Moment Factory, is a one-of-a-kind fusion of art and technology that is sure to dazzle visitors. Kicking off on Wednesday, June 14, this installation features a range of interactive displays that respond to the movements and gestures of visitors, creating a truly personalized experience. Over the course of three days, visitors can control and manipulate the content in a variety of ways, exploring the limits of creative expression and innovation.

In addition, the Technology Innovation Stage will welcome Jamie Reilly, General Manager of Moment Factory Events and USA, on Wednesday, June 14 at 9:30 a.m. Dorothy Di Stefano, Founder/Director of Molten Immersive Art, will interview Reilly about the studio’s vision about creating immersive experiences.

“We’re thrilled to collaborate on this interactive experience with Moment Factory and Nanolumens and can’t wait to unveil it at InfoComm 2023,” said Rochelle Richardson, CEM, Senior Vice President of Expositions and Events, AVIXA, producer of InfoComm. “This activation will embody how content, space, and technology are used to create incredible experiences.”

To learn more about InfoComm 2023 and to register, visit

InfoComm 2023 is sponsored by Strategic Partners Blackmagic Design and Creston and Supporting Partner Shure Incorporated.

For ongoing conversations and news about InfoComm 2023, visit the InfoComm room on AVIXA Xchange, a unique community for the AV industry designed to connect thought leaders, industry-leading solution providers, and innovative manufacturers with AV solution seekers.

About InfoComm
InfoComm is the largest technology exhibition and conference in North America focused on the pro AV industry. The exhibition is produced by the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association (AVIXA) and currently ranks as the 28th largest trade show in the United States by Trade Show Executive. In addition, AVIXA and its partners produce a global portfolio of trade shows and conferences, including InfoComm China, Beijing; InfoComm India; InfoComm Southeast Asia; Integrate; and Integrated Systems Europe.

AVIXA is the Audiovisual and Integrated Experience Association, producer of InfoComm trade shows around the world, co-owner of Integrated Systems Europe, and the international trade association representing the audiovisual industry. Established in 1939, AVIXA has more than 20,000 enterprise and individual members, including manufacturers, systems integrators, dealers and distributors, consultants, programmers, live events companies, technology managers, content producers, and multimedia professionals from more than 80 countries. AVIXA members create integrated AV experiences that deliver outcomes for end users. AVIXA is a hub for professional collaboration, information, and community, and is the leading resource for AV standards, certification, training, market intelligence, and thought leadership. Visit

About Moment Factory
Moment Factory is a multimedia studio with a full range of production expertise under one roof. Our team combines specializations in video, lighting, architecture, sound and special effects to create remarkable experiences. Headquartered in Montreal, the studio also has other addresses in Tokyo, Paris, New York City and Singapore. Since its inception in 2001, Moment Factory has created more than 525 unique projects worldwide, including the Lumina Night Walk series. Productions span the globe and include such clients as Changi Airport, Notre-Dame Basilica of Montreal, Disney, Arcade Fire, Microsoft, Sony, Boston Museum of Science, Madonna, Cipriani, Universal Studios, the Toronto Zoo and the Reims Cathedral.

About Nanolumens
Nanolumens is a US-Based LED design and manufacturer headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. NanoLumens offers world-class screens across multiple market segments adding wonder to physical spaces. We’re pioneers of the true curve™ technology and are committed to being better. With a bold and visionary team of experts we will take your project, in all shapes and sizes, from concept to reality. We bring your creative visions to life, leaving a first and lasting impression. We are LED!

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Cruise Ship Outdoor AV Projects

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Cruise Ship Outdoor AV Projects

We recently did a post on AVIXA regarding new DVLED technology by LG called GNEB

In Brief Summary

  • Marine-grade DVLED technology
  • Salty air is not a problem
  • 6.2-millimeter pixel pitch and a 5,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 160-degree horizontal viewing angle

“LG’s marine-grade DVLED technology is the ideal outdoor display medium because it can produce bright images and has the contrast necessary for watching videos in direct sunlight. The GNEB is easy to maintain thanks to a module-based construction,” says Jake Benner, director hospitality, cruise & titness at LG Business Solutions USA. “Outdoor areas on cruise ships can now be outfitted with movie-theater sized displays, while providing optimal performance day in and day out regardless of how salty, wet or unpredictable the environment is.”

The GNEB series features a marine-grade powder coating that protects against salinity and corrosion in marine environments and weather conditions. Both the front and rear of the display are IP67-certified and feature reliable designs for seaside environments to enable stable power and data connections. IP67 is among the highest levels of environmental protection available.

GNEB Installation Example in Progress

Turns out that there is a big new installation “in progress,” so we thought a phase-by-phase illustration would be usefuil


By Michael Warner of LG

Guess what…. It’s me again with the
Inaugural install of our marine grade GNEB product.
This IP67 GNEB 8.3 pixel pitch will be replacing an aging existing display that has concluded its service.
Make sure to stay tuned for the final product.

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Outdoor AV Considerations by ExploreKeyser

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If your business has a welcoming outdoor area, then outdoor audio-visual (AV) is an essential part of your digital signage design. Outdoor readerboards, self-service kiosks, digital menu boards, signage, and outdoor entertainment displays each play an important role in engaging your visitors as they enjoy the exterior spaces of your venue. Whether you have a charming terrace, a lively courtyard, a drive-thru menu, or a trendy rooftop bar where guests want to watch the big game on outdoor TVs, you can take advantage of a wide range of outdoor AV design options.

Outdoor AV technology has advanced significantly in recent years. You can upgrade your displays with many new products and innovations designed to deliver high-quality audio and visual experiences in an outdoor setting – especially in the realm of digital signage.

What should your venue consider if you want to invest in the latest outdoor signage? We’ll explore the nine most important factors of outdoor AV design and installation.


1) Weather resistance

Every piece of outdoor digital signage needs to be able to stand against the weather. Durability in a wide range of weather conditions is essential, including rain, high winds, humidity, and extreme temperature. This ensures that you will not have to run out and protect your technology every time bad weather blows through.

You will want to look for displays that are designed to be weather-resistant, with features like waterproofing, dust-proof design, anti-glare screens, and encapsulating enclosures. Kiosks and outdoor displays, for example, typically have superior sealing against the weather and anchoring against the wind compared to setting up indoor technology in an outdoor venue.

Additionally, outdoor sound features are crucial, as the signage needs to deliver clear audio even in outdoor environments with ambient noise. Adequate outdoor lighting is also essential, as the signage needs to be visible in varying lighting conditions, including bright sunlight and low-light situations.

2) Brightness and contrast

Until you’ve seen a normal screen in bright sunlight, you might not realize the importance of brightness and contrast. Your outdoor AV solutions need to be visible in bright and dark conditions, with enough contrast that the content is clear and easy to read. You should look into devices and displays with high brightness levels and advanced lighting control. Anti-glare screens or screen coating is also essential for visibility in the mid-day sun.

For venues that will be open at night, having displays that can turn down the brightness will be equally useful. This way, your guests will be able to enjoy your displays without losing their comfortable and relaxing night-sight.

With adaptive brightness, high-contrast, and anti-glare displays, your digital signage can achieve optimal visibility in outdoor environments.

3) Connectivity and compatibility

Much like how you would prepare your home entertainment area and smart TV in your living room, you also have to ensure connectivity and compatibility for outdoor use when using outdoor signage. And much like your home technology, not all outdoor entertainment systems and displays connect the same way. Each device needs to be connected to the internet – or at least an internal network – and must be compatible with a wide range of devices and control software. Wireless connectivity options for your outdoor displays include WiFi and Bluetooth. Wired control options include ethernet, HDMI, and USB-C connections.

Consider displays that offer a selection of connectivity options so that you can build your display network and venue design in whatever arrangement works best for the space.

4) Audio quality

Outdoor digital signage often includes an audio system that includes speakers or soundbars. While the audio may not always be in use, you will want to make sure it is of good quality and can project at a sufficient volume level for the environment. The most common mistake in outdoor AV is using audio that is loud but not clear, or clear but not loud enough to be heard.

Look for integrated displays or separate sound equipment that can be easily adjusted for optimal sound clarity when sound is used. You may also want to experiment with the placement of your outdoor speakers and soundbars to create a more immersive and clear listening experience, whether you plan to play music or broadcast spoken messages.

5) Maintenance and support

Another factor that is crucial to keep in mind during this process is to build maintenance into your outdoor AV plan. All digital signage requires regular maintenance and support to ensure that it continues to function well over time. Consider how maintenance hatches and access points will work when designing your displays, including custom stands, positioning, and cabinetry.

You will also want to consider partnering with a vendor or service provider that specializes in ongoing maintenance and support for digital signage. This will ensure that if your display or sound quality ever drops, you will have an immediate and professional solution.

6) Viewing distance and angle

Where will your audience be in relation to your outdoor displays? Whether you are creating digital menu boards, navigation guides, or outdoor entertainment systems, think about the distance and angle from which your audience will view the displays. Kiosks are often interacted with up close, while outdoor televisions and menu boards may be further away, requiring a more accommodating angle from above and larger text or details.

Depending on the size of the display, the distance between the display and the viewer may need to be adjusted to ensure optimal visibility. You can adjust the angle, contrast, brightness, and size of your displayed content to optimize the viewer experience.

7) Power and energy efficiency


Consider how your outdoor signage will be powered, and how you will keep that power source safe. Energy efficiency has also become a paramount concern for venue design. Look for devices that provide a high-quality viewing experience using the minimum amount of electricity.

While buried cables are the most traditional option, you can also power your outdoor displays using renewable energy sources like solar panels or even an on-site wind turbine. Solar panel awnings that provide shade for your guests and reduce glare are a popular choice for both kiosks and outdoor entertainment displays.

8) Security

Security is of paramount importance for outdoor AV signage for businesses due to several reasons. Outdoor signage technology is vulnerable to theft, vandalism, and unauthorized access, as it is exposed to the elements and accessible to the public. The loss or damage of outdoor signage can result in significant financial losses and disrupt business operations. In addition, outdoor signage may display sensitive or proprietary information, such as pricing, promotions, or brand messaging, which, if tampered with, can harm a business’s reputation and brand image. Lastly, outdoor signage is often connected to networks or the internet, which can be potential entry points for cyber attacks, leading to data breaches, system disruptions, or other security risks.

This is why it’s important for businesses to take physical security measures, such as installing security cameras, motion sensors, and tamper-proof enclosures. These things can deter theft, vandalism, and unauthorized access. Placing the signage in well-lit areas or installing anti-glare screens can also enhance security.

Businesses should also secure the network connections and devices used in their signage system. This can be achieved by using encrypted connections, strong authentication methods, and regularly updating and patching software and firmware to address vulnerabilities. Employing firewalls and virtual private networks (VPNs) can also add an additional layer of protection. Also, implementing content authentication and authorization protocols, such as digital signatures or access control lists, can ensure that only authorized personnel can modify or upload content to the signage system.

Regular monitoring and auditing of the signage system, including checking for signs of tampering, unusual activities, or system vulnerabilities, is also crucial. Employee training on security best practices, including password management and awareness of social engineering attacks, can help prevent security breaches. Lastly, having a backup and disaster recovery plan in place can minimize downtime and data loss in case of security incidents or technical failures.

9) Content management

Lastly, consider how you will send new content to each display and how you will manage the display experience for your guests. There are several digital signage management systems and audio-visual software options that can help you create the ideal outdoor AV experience for your guests. Your management software makes it possible for you to create immersive and satisfying outdoor entertainment or information systems and to keep your content fresh with relevant new information or engaging new entertainment. Look for displays that are compatible with content management systems for both scheduling and updating your content on a regular basis.

In addition, you may want to look for a cloud-based content management system (CMS). With a cloud-based CMS, businesses can easily update and manage their signage content remotely from anywhere, using a web-based interface. The content is stored in the cloud, eliminating the need for physical media or on-site servers. This allows for real-time updates and seamless content scheduling, making it easy to customize and change content on the go, without the need for on-site technical assistance.

Cloud-based CMS also provides scalability, allowing businesses to manage multiple screens and locations from a single centralized platform. This eliminates the need for manual updates and ensures consistent and timely content across all screens. Cloud-based CMS is also cost-effective, as they eliminate the need for expensive hardware and maintenance, making it a cost-efficient solution for businesses of all sizes. Overall, cloud-based CMS offer flexibility, convenience, and efficiency, making them a valuable tool for businesses to effectively manage their digital signage content and keep it up-to-date.

Build your outdoor AV solution with Keyser

Here at Keyser, our specialty is the commercial installation of digital signage and entertainment systems. We can help you design, equip, and build your ideal outdoor AV solution, whether you are creating an environment of digital signage and kiosks or a party zone with outdoor televisions and a kicking sound system. We can also help you maintain your outdoor AV so that your guests enjoy beautiful quality sights and sound year after year.

Contact Keyser to get started on planning your next outdoor AV display design and installation. We look forward to bringing your vision of a digitally enhanced outdoor space to life.

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LG debuts screens designed for outdoor on cruise ships

Digital Signage for Cruise Ships by LG

Noted Cruise & Ferry March 2023

In Brief Summary

  • Marine-grade DVLED technology
  • Salty air is not a problem
  • 6.2-millimeter pixel pitch and a 5,000:1 contrast ratio
  • 160-degree horizontal viewing angle


“LG’s marine-grade DVLED technology is the ideal outdoor display medium because it can produce bright images and has the contrast necessary for watching videos in direct sunlight,” said Jake Benner, director of hospitality, cruise and fitness at LG Business Solutions USA. “Outdoor areas on cruise ships can now be outfitted with movie theatre-sized displays, while providing optimal performance day in and day out, regardless of how salty, wet or unpredictable the environment is.”

LG will showcase the products for the first time at Seatrade Cruise Global 2023 on 27-30 March 2023.


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ISE 2023 Highlights – LG and also Peerless-AV

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ISE 2023 Highlights

As published on AVIXA Xchange

LG ISE 2023

Feb 16 update — Added vimeo of Peerless-AV as well along with food and beverage video detailing Supersign for restaurants, kiosks and drive-thru menus.

Wow! Lots to see from LG at ISE 2023. Here is their main landing page covering all they showed. Most people flocked to the big displays like the “microLED” Magnit but the Hospitality, Food, EV Charging and

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the Cloud (thin clients) caught our eye. We thought 2022 was big but 2023 dwarfs that. LG’s Oscar Rozo also serves as co-Chairman of our ADA and Accessibility Committeeand the viewpoint of a consumer and business giant like LG is invaluable. For more information or to contact LG you can email [email protected] Here are ISE segments and below are some selected videos we’ve seen.

First up is the official LG video

Here are some other videos from around the Net that we liked!




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ISE 2023 Booth Video List and Download Link  – as LG releases the upcoming we will add them in

List Youtube
1 Overview
2 Media Art
3 Virtual Production
4 Education
5 Corporate
6 Telecom
7 Restaurants
8 EV Charging Station Coming soon
9 Hospitality Coming soon
10 Cloud Solution Coming soon
11 ESG Coming soon
12 LG MAGNIT Coming soon
13 Transparent Signage Coming soon

More LG Posts


  • Video Wall Processors
  • Mounting Solutions
  • Interactive Carts, including motorized
  • Outdoor Displays
  • Drive thru menu
  • NEW Smart City Kiosks (good to 135mph wind)
  • Curved dvLED
  • Vimeo link

Peerless-AV at ISE 2023 US.mp4 from Peerless-AV EMEA on Vimeo.

Interactive Video Wall for Nationwide Corporate

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Interactive Video Wall News



22Miles in cooperation with Red Minnow provides forward-thinking businesses with digital signage and visual communications solutions for the modern enterprise workplace.

In this video, the first phase of the digital transformation of Nationwide Corporate Offices is showcased, with the implementation of a 7×2 Interactive Video wall spearheaded by Red Minnow design customization, all Powered by 22Miles PublisherPro CMS.

Inspire your staff, manage your facility, and keep hybrid workforces aligned and on-mission with a suite of customizable visual communication tools from 22Miles.

Learn more by visiting 22Miles Workplace Management, or to receive a quote for your office, call us at (408) 933-3000



  • 22Miles — digital signage CMS
  • Red Minnow — We’re a tight knit team of designers, developers & technology experts based in Columbus, Ohio. We design and develop mobile applications, interactive experiences and digital signage.

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Interactive Fitness Mirror with Gesture

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Digital Signage Fitness Mirror with Gesture

Westchester deployment noted by IHL Services on  Retail Touchpoints Jan 2023

Powered by industry-first Motion Engine technology, this technology has a new store iteration:

  • As part of its quest to expand into the U.S., Fiture doubled down on these values and collaborated with MG2 on an immersive and engaging physical space that allowed its Motion Engine technology to shine. The small-but-mighty 605-square-foot space at the Westchester Mall in White Plains, N.Y. opened in November 2022 and brought a burst of activity (and color) to consumers through a vibrant yet intimate space.
  • Fitting semi-private “zones” and making room for instructors to interact with customers posed as a possible challenge in the small space, but it was needed for Fiture to communicate what’s unique about its platform as the connected fitness space market grows and evolves.

ROI Factors

While many experiential store concepts emphasize dwell time and in-store engagement rates, Fiture is prioritizing KPIs that reflect individuals’ interaction with the product, such as lead generation, traffic-to-demo conversion, demo-to-lead generation and lead conversion-to-sales, according to Cruz. “We will also review the store’s total contribution to overall sales in the key markets it serves, matched with any uptrends in the overall brand awareness in the area. We will use this data to inform any adjustments in strategy, both short- and long-term, to ensure we continue to drive success for our brick-and-mortar strategy.”


  • Motion-tracking camera scans skeletal points
  • Gesture Control
  • No physical controls except for volume — you use your mobile phone
  • The mirror is never touched (so it stays clean)
  • Games are available
  • Interesting to have a mirror hold you accountable and let you know you are slacking.  Watching TV for comparison provides zero feedback.
  • Proximity to screen is important
  • Very attractive and can go in your living room
  • For public fitness gyms it makes a lot of sense to offer your customers
  • Rep counting, pace tracking, real time form feedback and more with Motion Engine™ technology
  • If you order direct it is $1200 and $25/month membership — 43″ Screen Size
  • Fiture Core interactive fitness mirror with power cord, magnetic sensor cover, cleaning cloth, and anti-tilt anchor set for simple setup
  • Complimentary Fit Kit with heart rate monitor, resistance bands (10lb, 15lb, and 20lb), water bottle, and face masks ($150 value)
  • Free delivery


Nice video of installation and operation.


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Digital Signage AI Primer – Generative AI with ChatGPT

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Digital Signage AI Primer

Guest writeup on — read the full post. The original post is on Intuiface website



The world of generative AI is on fire. Super-powered algorithms are writing code, crafting stories, and creating images that would challenge a Turing test. Under the covers, deeply complex machine-learning processes are burrowing through billions of human-created words, graphics, and code, getting more intelligent and more creative by the minute.

And since these algorithms are fully accessible via Web API, they are easily incorporated into your Intuiface experiences.

Let’s spend some time understanding the world of generative AI their value for digital signage, and how you can use them in Intuiface

What is Generative AI?

Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) is a subset of machine learning that enables computers to create new content – such as text, audio, video, images, or code – using the knowledge of previously created content. The output is authentic-looking and completely original.

The algorithms creating this unique content are based on models that reflect lessons learned about a particular topic.  These lessons are not programmed; instead, the algorithms teach themselves via a mechanism known as deep learning, refining their models as more and more data about a topic comes in. Among the many fascinating aspects of this technology is the flexibility of the learning engine, which is adaptable to all aspects of human expression. Both the aesthetics of an image and the formalism of JavaScript code are achievable!

The most well-known example of generative AI is GPT – currently known as GPT-3.5, the latest evolution of the third-generation language prediction model in the GPT series. Created by OpenAI, it’s an algorithm that can be adapted to create images and anything with a language structure. It answers questions, writes essays, develops summaries of longer text items, writes software code, and even translates languages.

To achieve this ability, OpenAI provided the GPT model with around 570GB of text information from the internet. Want to try it out? Head to ChatGPT, create a free account, and start a conversation.

For image generation, the best-known options are DALL·E (based on GPT), Midjourney, and  Stable Diffusion. Like ChatGPT, these services take natural language as input, but their output is images. The output can be in any requested style – from art-inspired themes like cubism or impressionism to completely realistic images that look like photographs but were created by an algorithm. Now you can indulge your desire to see “Yoda seated on the Iron Throne from “Game of Thrones” at home plate in Fenway Park.” (We used Stable Diffusion to generate the image below with that exact text.)

How traditional digital signage can take advantage of Generative AI

Generative AI can be an excellent companion technology for creating unique and engaging digital signage experiences. With it, digital signage can dynamically create and display real-time content that perfectly fits the context. This content can be influenced by user behavior or external data sources, from weather forecasts to real-time prices.

Examples include:

  • Create context-sensitive images that reflect the current information, environment, or audience.
  • Generate summaries and/or translations of unpredictable text like news reports or sports events.
  • Rewrite messages with different tones and lengths based on the audience or urgency.

The most significant hurdle is performance, particularly for image generation, as today’s Generative AI solutions are not (yet) instantaneous. Depending on the complexity of the request and the complexity of the desired result, image generation can even take a few seconds. As a result, signage must be proactive in the content request to ensure there is no visual latency.

How interactive digital signage increases Generative AI value

By adopting interactive digital signage, which provides insight into the user’s preferences, you can go further with Generative AI. Now you are not just limited to an external context; you have intimate knowledge of your audience and can communicate accordingly.

By “interactive” we mean any type of human-machine conversation, both active and passive. Active options include touch, gesture, and voice, while passive options include sensors and computer vision. For all modalities, in combination with context and on-screen content, digital signage can clearly identify a user’s interests.

Examples include:

  • Using user data to craft personalized “avatars” for the length of their session.
  • Add quirky personality to interaction, creating jokes and witty asides for the user in the context of what could be an otherwise boring digital engagement.
  • Converting a review of shopping cart orders into conversational text to humanize kiosk usage.
  • Use anonymous facial recognition technology to identify age/gender and use that information to customize communication.
  • Translate ever-changing data sources, like a product catalog or tourist information.

For any natural language scenario, the designer – or the user – could choose to dynamically transform the text to speech (TTS) using either OS-specific services or with the help of generative AI voice services like VALL-E.

In all cases, the creative team is freed from having to anticipate the broad range of potential users/scenarios/requirements. They can just rely on a Generative AI resource to do the heavy lifting in real time.

About The Guest Writer

Geoff Bessin is Chief Evangelist at Intuiface, which means he thinks about the intersection of digital interactivity with signage and presentations.  Twitter – @geoffbessin

Classroom Interactive Displays & Emergency Alerts


Rise Vision + Emergency Alerts To Keep Your School Safe

Thanks to Dave Haynes at Sixteen-Nine for noticing this

Thousands of schools around the world are using Rise Vision and one of our partners as an emergency notification solution. All of the applications are easy to use, reduce response time and are loved by school administrators around the globe.

You can display Rise Vision emergency alerts on your passive digital signage displays in hallways, cafeterias, lobbies, libraries, entrances, and more. And you can display emergency alerts on interactive flat panels in your classrooms.
With Rise Vision emergency alerts, you can send emergency notifications to all interactive flat panel displays in your classrooms, like:

– Promethean
– SMART Technologies
– Clear Touch
– Clevertouch
– Boxlight
– Newline
– BenQ
– ViewSonic
– Avocor
– And more!

With this feature, teachers can go about their day using the screen as a teaching tool. When the display receives an alert, Rise Vision will automatically stop the display from being used as a teaching tool and then show the emergency alert, giving students and staff the necessary time to react.

If your school is in need of emergency notification systems and would like to discuss how Rise Vision can be implemented at your campus, please contact us here.

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Peerless-AV News – Megan Zeller

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Peerless-AV’s Megan Zeller Elected to the Digital Signage Federation Board

Megan Zeller, Senior Director, Business Development with Peerless-AV, was recently elected for one of six seats on the Digital Signage Federation Board, marking the highest number of female board members on the DSF Board in years.

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As Senior Director of Business Development, Zeller leads Peerless-AV’s dvLED video wall systems, integrated kiosks, and outdoor AV sales initiatives in the hospitality and gaming verticals. She is responsible for helping her clients develop brand standards with digital signage solutions that are representative of the specific style and quality of the company.

Zeller will take these roles and responsibilities into her new role on the DSF Board to be a larger voice in the digital signage industry with the goal of providing education, networking, and advocacy to continue to innovate and move the growth of the industry forward.

“We are immensely proud of Megan Zeller being elected to the DSF Board,” says Nick Belcore, Executive Vice President, Peerless-AV. “Her passion and dedication to the field makes her the perfect addition to this board to join in the efforts and contributions to the AV industry and work towards a better, more innovative tomorrow.”

The full board will be gathering with members in Louisville, Kentucky on February 15th for the first DSF Meet ‘n Mingle of 2023. The event will feature panel discussions, tabletops featuring products and information from Advisory Council Members. Learn more:

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dvLED Video Wall for Museum Case Study

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dvLED Video Wall Case Study

For more information on dvLED video walls email [email protected] or visit the resource sites below

Established in 1973 by Rachel Robinson, the Jackie Robinson Foundation is dedicated to honoring the legacy and lifework of American professional baseball player Jackie Robinson. From providing education opportunities and scholarships to job placement and international travel opportunities, the foundation has greatly impacted the lives of students across the country. To further educate the public and honor Jackie Robinson’s memory, the non-profit sought to create a museum, the Jackie Robinson Museum, in the lower Manhattan SoHo area of New York City. Located on the 1st floor of 75 Varick Street, the museum is not only home to Robinson’s artifacts and writings, but a place to host dynamic educational programs and serve as a venue for dialogue for critical societal issues.

The Challenge

dvled video wall Peerless

dvled video wall Peerless

The Jackie Robinson Museum needed a digital wall to deliver the historical media for the Game Day exhibit. With Gensler’s design team they conceived of a faceted triptych of Unilumin USlimII panels that sat behind and wrapped around the Ebbets Field model. When the original estimate for mount and panel depth failed to take into account the added complexity and materials needed to join three displays at seamless angles, the wall overhung the soffit by 2″ on either side. Ideum worked closely with Peerless-AV®, starting in March 2022, to deliver a design that met the client’s vision while being mechanically robust. Peerless-AV manufactured the custom-engineered direct view LED (dvLED) mounting solution for Unilumin displays that would provide the stability required for this installation, and in a short timeframe.

Ideum collaborated closely with Peerless-AV to make the three dvLED panels work successfully. Rather than opting for a curved solution, Peerless-AV designed and manufactured a SEAMLESS Bespoke dvLED Video Wall Mounting System to fit within the three-faceted walls; each panel joining at the center then fanning out at a 152° angle at the sides. What made this challenging was achieving a perfect corner in alignment with the wall structure and, therefore, spacing of the video wall was critical. To address this, Peerless-AV designed custom wall adaptors to fill in the void.

The Solution

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dvled video wall Peerless

The finished video wall measures 7ft H x 30ft W, with 152-degree concave facets, to create a captivating visual experience for visitors of the museum and those walking by the museum’s glass facade.

The displays used are Unilumin UslimII 1.5625 pitch, (500x1000mm), with 272 modules and a 17×2 configuration. The dvLED weight is 850lb, while the mount is 1,150lb, making the video wall solution weigh 2,000lb in total. The resolution of the display is 5,440 x 1,280 with 6,963,200 pixels.


The installation began on July 4th with a three-week window to complete before the ribbon cutting ceremony on July 26th.

The Results

dvled video wall Peerless

dvled video wall Peerless

Through the partnership between Ideum and Peerless-AV, the Jackie Robinson Museum provides attendees with a look into the life and history of Jackie Robinson, and offers a space for people to come together to appreciate each other’s humanity and diverse experiences. As the first civil rights museum in New York City, those who visit can learn of Jackie Robinson’s
work in challenging the system of segregation that permeated American society during the 20th century. The video wall installation, a central media delivery tool for the museum, provides an immersive way for attendees to view snippets of Jackie’s career achievements.


  • Concave Video Wall: 152°
  • Peerless-AV® SEAMLESS Bespoke Mounting System
  • Unilumin UslimII dvLED Panels
  • 272 Modules (17 x 2) | 6,963,200 Pixels
  • 6.6 Feet High x 27.9 Feet Wide
  • Total Video Wall Weight: 2,000lbs


  • Peerless-AV – dvLED Video Wall Integration Program & mounting solutions
  • Ideum – Our approach is to create exhibits that evoke wonder, awe, and surprise
  • Gensler – Gensler is a global architecture, design, and planning firm with 52 locations across Asia, Europe, Australia, the Middle East, and the Americas.
  • Unilumin – is a leading manufacturer of LED display products. Unilumin has 5,000+ employees worldwide, with a 290,000+ sq. m. production base equipped with advanced automatic assembly lines.
  • Full case study in PDF format – Case Study_ The Jackie Robinson Museum-compressed

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Airport Digital Displays and MSP Airport Review

MSP Airport Digital Signage Review

Editors Note: Huge round of thanks to the Metropolitan Airports Commission | Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport for the generous permission in the use of images below.

MSP has been in the news multiple times for its technology. Future Travel Experience and Aviation Pros being the two most notable.  Worth noting that apparently the inspiration for airport management came from what the local baseball team, the Minnesota Twins did (consolidate display information systems). Sixteen-Nine did a nice writeup and names some names.

FTE is a shorter article and covers new DVLEDs installed. We will start with FTE and DVLED.

What is DVLED — Direct View LED is not like regular LED – or any other display. Forget Backlights.  It is worth noting that the literal phrase “direct view” is shared by both LG and Samsung.

Direct View LED displays eliminate the LCD panel, instead using a surface array of LEDs as the actual display pixels. This allows for incredible contrast, vibrant colors, and brightness levels several times that of LCDs. Direct View LED displays can also be made virtually any size, including large sizes of 100 feet or more, making them the perfect choice for outdoor and indoor spaces alike. Thanks to the bezel-free design of Direct View LED displays, it’s possible to create seamless video walls too. Explanation of DVLED by LG.


From FTE — new direct-view LEDs mounted above North and South Exit escalators. Actually two displays:

  • North Exit main display is mounted in landscape orientation and measures 14.75 feet wide and 8.2 feet tall.
  • smaller ticker-type display with a 2.5mm pixel pitch.

“Digital displays allow us to maximize the use of overhead space at our exit escalators, which was previously used to hang printed messages,” said Eduardo Valencia, Chief Information Officer for the Metropolitan Airports Commission that manages MSP and several regional airports. “We now can schedule and convey important information and offer local businesses a big, bright, bold way to get their messaging in front of visitors.”

Photos (provided with permission of Metropolitan Airport Commission)


  • digital signage controller by Radiant Technology Group
  • LG displays
  • CMS by Omnivex

AviationPros picked some of this up and did a much more comprehensive article. There is a nice image gallery and the great news is that they started at the South Exit. They have five nice images of the South side and the different iterations of digital signage.

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digital signage msp airport

The dynamic digital signage “moons” that Delta uses which can be reconfigured on the fly are probably going to be very handy.  Too bad Southwest Airlines didn’t have those for its baggage areas.


Cross-asset utilization encourages the use of consistent messaging and affords efficiency.

In airports, you sort of have these “fiefdoms,” Valencia said. In other words, he said, “Those displays are only for this purpose.”

“We wanted to leverage all our digital displays in a cohesive integrated way to try to then open up that digital canvas to business (units) for them to use, basically be able to put any message, from any source, data or not, anywhere, any time,” he said.


  • Eduardo and his team have worked thoughtfully to truly transform the MSP Experience. They utilize software (Omnivex) as an enabler for their business and transformative initiatives. We laud their efforts and the partners they chose to support them.”  ~Chris Devlin with Omnivex.
  • “Like many airports, MSP had a very siloed approach to digital signage,” said digital signage expert Neil Bron Chatwood of Omnivex Corporation. “
  • Work done by Radiant Technology began with consulting, including a multi-year vision and implementation plan, said Doug Freutel, Radiant Technology VP of innovation and visionary.
  • From LG: In this market you are able to buy the same type of LED cabinets from any OEM, but the differentiator with LG projects, we take pride in providing top-notch onsite installation and in-person training programs that help our client become educated on the whole process and not just a paycheck to us.
  • Sixteen Nine:  The displays add to a digital footprint of more than 800 LG flat panels around the airport. LG PR says the displays were sourced through Bluum Technology, a solutions-focused project designer and technology reseller, and are operated with a custom UX developed by Radiant Technology Group, which then taps into Omnivex’s digital signage software platform.

What the experts say to consider:

  • Look at your screens – how many are black – what’s the reliability of your current systems?
  • How many different systems are driving those visuals?
  • Consider how more valuable those existing screens could be if you had more agility and flexibility in the information you could show on those screens.
  • Don’t digitize your existing screens, transform them
  • dynamic or digital wayfinding is huge (see Hartsfield or Sky Harbor articles)

We strongly suggest reading the full article at AviationPros


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NRF 2023 Best Digital Signage Providers

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Stop by 1602 and meet us!

The Kiosk Association is again exhibiting at NRF 2023 in New York. Here are some preliminary items.


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Mexico Amusement Park Video Wall and Digital Signage Case Study

Amusement park digital signage Mexico

Mexico Amusement Park Video Wall and Digital Signage Case Study


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digital signage amusement park

Major amusement park in Mexico needed a way to communicate all of its featured attractions to customers as they entered the park.


165 inch 4K video wall positioned outside which uses dynamic content managed by CMS.


  • Software – Alveni uses an on-premise server with the SiteRemote server software with SiteCaster DS features from PROVISIO. The end customer is in Mexico and communicated directly with Alveni in Spanish. The UI was freely designed and a language drop-down selection easily integrated. See tutorial video: ‘Languages’ at SiteKiosk Online Cloud digital signage CMS pricing is $239.00/device per year. Win/Android devices supported.

From AlveniIt’s the holiday season and tech teams keep working hard for loyal customers. Here is a 165” 4K videowall in Xel-há park, Riviera Maya, Mexico. The complete solution also includes Provisio’s Sitecaster CMS to easily update content. The videowall located in the visitors’ transfer area and allows Xel-há to engage customers when they arrive at the park and show all the amazing activities that the park offers! It’s great to work with companies that integrate technology into their operation to enhance the customer’s experience.


  • Alveni – Headquarters in Monterrey, N.L. Mexico, Alveni offers interactive solutions for companies to help them communicate effectively and efficiently with clients & collaborators through the latest technology interactive solutions such as self-service kiosks, digital signage & customer satisfaction measurement
  • Sitekiosk – HQ Germany – SiteKiosk Online’s content management system provides you with extensive, easy-to-use functions to help you quickly create interactive interfaces and signage. SiteKiosk Online supports the Windows and Android
    • has replaced SiteRemote + SiteCaster DS. The new kiosk and digital signage software is much more powerful.  See video tutorials at 
    • We have just released SiteKiosk Online 1.1 with new and improved features. I will send a news alert to you. We also offer a comprehensive, Cloud-based design too to create multi-media campaigns in your Cloud account…. drag-n-drop, easy to use: 

Curved Display Sportsbook Case Study – Peerless-AV

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Curved dvLED Sportsbook Case Study


Wide view curved dvLED

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Collaborating alongside AV integrator Solutionz, Inc and dvLED supplier UniluminPeerless-AV® was tasked with installing an enormous custom video wall for the Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook at Mohegan’s flagship casino and entertainment destination in Connecticut, Mohegan Sun. In June 2021, Mohegan Sun commissioned AV integrator Solutionz to manage the project, which was no straightforward installation due to its size and scale.

Mohegan Sun wanted to create an innovative and exciting addition to their facility. Working together with FanDuel, the concept of this visually stunning video wall came to life. This impactful display would serve sports betters with access to a world-class selection of live sports competitions from across the world with restaurant, bar and gaming offerings. This is what led them to contact Solutionz and the installation began in November 2021.

The Challenge

The location for the Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook had existing AV equipment that needed improvements to deliver a more impressive experience for guests. Mohegan Sun collaborated with FanDuel to conceptualize an enormous video wall that would be the center focus of the room.

Solutionz specified a custom manufactured mount from the Peerless-AV team who would design, engineer, and deliver a unique SEAMLESS Bespoke Mounting System to support this triple XL curved video wall. The team carefully arranged Unilumin Uslim dvLED displays to create three individual video walls, including one main wall and two wing walls to form a concave appearance.

Not only was the size, weight, and curvature of this video wall a challenge, but there were also adjustments along the way that allowed the teams’ adaptability and innovation to be showcased and still meet the deadline. The original installation plans included the colossal video wall to be mounted on the floor. However, the visible posts were not favorable by Mohegan Sun management. The team then revised plans to create a mounting system that suspended the 20,000lb curved video wall’s total weight from the ceiling and attached to the wall.

dvLED Video Wall at Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook

The Solution

Peerless-AV analyzed the room for any challenges or considerations by conducting an in-depth site survey. All parties collaborated on the perfect solution to where the mount would attach in the space.

Known for its flexibility, cost-effectiveness, and superior customer service, SEAMLESS by Peerless-AV, the company’s dvLED Video Wall Integration Program, ensured start-to-finish project support – from the designing and manufacturing of custom Bespoke Series Mounting Systems to testing, project management, on-site installation consultation and commissioning.

I am a huge advocate of Peerless-AV, having worked with their custom dvLED team on other complex, large scale and high-profile projects such as the ilani Casino Resort, operated by both Mohegan and the Cowlitz Tribe in Washington,” said Kevin Reilly, Corporate Entertainment Technical Manager, Sports & Entertainment for Mohegan. “Peerless-AV was the obvious choice for this project, as there was no doubt that they had incredible product reliability, a great reputation, as well as quality servicing and support.”

Findings from the investigation conducted by Peerless-AV resulted in the removal of the existing non-structural wall of 20g light-gauge framing and sheetrock, exposing the building structure. This would allow Peerless-AV to mount the video wall using a stable structure with supplemental steel to support and prevent issues of sagging or deflection from improper mounting. This steel was designed to handle accumulated snow and ice by flexing with the building. This stability started with the base building structure and was subsequently carried to the displays with the SEAMLESS Bespoke Mounting System framework. In addition to these structural benefits, it would also allow the team to push the dvLED video wall as far back as possible to maximize the common area and limit the protrusion of the video wall.

The team at Mohegan Sun understood the risks of this installation and assisted greatly by providing load and deflection values so that the structural team could develop proper building attach points. This excellent teamwork was crucial to the eventual success of the installation.

dvLED Video Wall Installation

The Installation

After the steel structure was in place, the SEAMLESS Bespoke Mounting System was installed, and the displays were mounted row by row so the whole video wall came together easily and flawlessly. The team included a half-inch vertical expansion gap between each of the sections to account for a potential difference between snow loading deflection that could impact the side sections of the curved video wall differently than the main wall.

The main video wall featured a uniform yet gentle curve with a 179.8-degree angle between any two adjacent displays. The right and left sections each had a greater curve than the center, with a 176.7-degree angle between any two adjacent displays.

Designed for visitors of the sportsbook to be able to view the display from any angle of the space, the total viewable surface of the dvLED video wall is 139ft W x 14.7ft H and 2,034 sq ft. 420 Unilumin Uslim dvLED displays were used for the enormous wall. The panels were arranged in an 84-wide by 5-high configuration. The bottom four rows contained 500 W x 1,000 H displays, totaling 336 cabinets, while the top row contained 500 W x 500 H displays, totaling 84 cabinets. In order to create a desired viewable size that is maximized to fit the space, this custom design had to accommodate these different cabinet sizes.

“This was our first large scale project with Solutionz and Peerless-AV together,” said Patrick Dunn, EVP of Operations for Unilumin. “The entire team worked well together and never lost sight of our customer first approach. We look forward to many successful deployments in the future together.”

Peerless-AV also developed a perforated custom rear cover for the side array located over an opened space to hide the back of the display. This cover blends in with the ceiling structure but allows for proper airflow, creating an aesthetically pleasing view from all angles, while still being practical and soundly designed.

Massive Video Wall Installed in Sportsbook

The Results

The incredibly large video wall installation was an amazing success. As a result of the well-coordinated and dedicated efforts of all parties working on this project as one expert team, the installation went smoothly and the video wall is up and running with reliable performance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

“Mohegan Sun FanDuel sportsbook is a wonderful leisure and entertainment installation, and we are immensely honored to be part of it,” said Jim Miner, Vice President at Solutionz. “When we changed the design from three individual walls to a single large curved front video wall it demanded the best from our staff and our partners at FanDuel, Mohegan Sun, Peerless-AV and Unilumin. There were so many structural challenges that we needed a premium mount partner that could provide the support to the extent that was required. From start to finish, Peerless-AV was the right choice for this project.”

Now the home to the largest video wall on the East Coast of North America, The Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook sets a high standard for the leisure and entertainment space. The Mohegan Sun and FanDuel teams were elated with the installation that brought their vision to life.

“This installation at Mohegan Sun is a complex feat of engineering and is a success not only because of the technology but also because of team that delivered it,” said Reilly. “Everyone worked together in dedicated fashion, to deliver according to the immediacy of the set timescale.”

The same sentiment about the final installation was shared at FanDuel.

“As one of our marquee locations, the Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook had to be equipped with nothing but the best,” said Juan Torres, FanDuel Director of Design and Construction. “The partnership with Solutionz assured us a superb sports viewing experience, and Unilumin and Peerless-AV’s displays and mounting solutions took this project to the next level. The entire video wall aids in the creation of an energetic space that keeps the customer engaged and excited to be a part of the FanDuel brand.”

Once the project was complete and all parties were satisfied with the incredible results, the teams had a moment to reflect on the hard work put into this installation.

“I am so proud of this project,” said Megan Zeller, Senior Director, Business Development at Peerless-AV. “Not only have I seen the finished video wall for myself and been amazed but I was there with my dvLED install team to see the installation progress and the result is fantastic. The size of this sportsbook video wall competes with the best of the best in Vegas but what makes this most unique is the engineering aspect of the project and all the structural considerations that had to be resolved.”

The result of the dedicated work between Solutionz, Unilumin, and Peerless-AV is a masterpiece that roused great excitement and created a captivating, immersive experience for sports betters. Peerless-AV is proud to have been part of the creation of this stimulating, high-tech environment for the Mohegan Sun FanDuel Sportsbook and all the visitors to come.

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