Digital Signage

Take athletic events to the next level with state-of-the-art digital signage

A University Business Web Seminar Digest Originally presented Sept. 21, 2010

Whether your athletic program is big or small, success depends on building engagement and loyalty among fans. Sony's new ZIRIS digital signage solutions can boost your spectator experience significantly, as shown by the Miami Heat, which is using the system to excite fans the moment they enter American Airlines Arena. ZIRIS can create visually engaging video walls, open new sponsorship opportunities, simplify delivery of content through web-based controls, and increase revenue through the dynamic presentation of display advertising and concession information.

Projecting New AV

From mounts to monitors, vendors unveil numerous products to fill institutional equipment needs.

Summer is not a quiet time for the audiovisual market. Vendors have unveiled their latest offerings that incorporate growing trends and meet needs ranging from digital signage to lecture recording to equipment management. Here is a sample of AV products announced at this year's EduComm and InfoComm conferences, held in Las Vegas in June.

Introductions at InfoComm

A short distance from EduComm, THE expo floor at InfoComm offered plenty of ways to spend stimulus dollars.

Digital Signage for Education

Enhancing campuswide communication with digital signage

Look around a college campus today and you will be hard pressed to find a student walking around without a cell phone, MP3 player or other wireless device. With students being more on the go and tech-savvy than ever, the days of disseminating information by posting campus news on the doors of dormitory bathroom stalls and community bulletin boards are quickly coming to a close.

What's New

Looking for higher-education technology products and services? Start here.
 

Tecom Electronics has released two new lecterns. The TechPod Presenter ($6,450) is designed to pack about every audiovisual device a lecturer could want into one lectern.

Magazines: Gone Digital, Going Paperless?

Making decisions in the transition from print to digital for campus publications
 

IN 1980, THE MEDIA BARON Rupert Murdoch made the bold prediction that all news-and advertising-would someday be delivered digitally and that there would really be no need for paper or ink.

Improve your campus safety with NEC's Emergency Campus Notification Solution

 

Today's campus communities are more connected than ever, but at many colleges and universities the task of immediately notifying everyone about an emergency remains a challenge.

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