Attending The Digital Signage Show in Las Vegas means a chance to learn about
content at the Cooking Up Content series with Noventri.
Smithsburg, Maryland, April 6, 2010 – The Digital Signage Show and KioskCom 2010
has made it a priority to address the needs of organizations to develop customer
engagement programs that include kiosks, digital signage and multiple digital media
technologies. So it goes without saying that Noventri will exhibit at the event to both
feature their latest products and share educational ‘know-how’ for such organizations.
Noventri will be exhibiting April 14th and 15th at the Mandalay Bay alongside Harris
Corporation in booth #345 and will present hands-on demonstrations of the SF-3000™,
an Infocaster-based digital signage solution, Commander™, a touch-screen command
station for digital signage networks, and a wayfinding application that works exclusively
with Infocaster, by Harris Corporation. Noventri will be the grand finale of the Digital
Signage Tour providing ample opportunity for agencies and organizations to fully view
the company’s innovative solutions.
Noventri will also be participating, as one of three partners, in the Cooking Up Content
educational series that will be moderated by Lyle Bunn, a well-known expert for the
industry. The series will consist of three chapters or sessions titled:
· Strategic Briefing
· Content Creation/ Content Development
· Final Play Loop/Final Content
To register for the show visit: http://www.kioskcom.com/register.asp. For information
contact Judy L. Hoffman at: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 301-790-0103.
A pile of charred rubble? A high-stakes card game? A floating baseball? A stampede of gazelle? Coffee and.. butterflies? It was all under one roof in Frederick, Maryland, at the Noventri Show 2009 on October 29th.
High profile attendees enjoyed lively seminars were presented by William Clemm II, Assistant Director of Operations at Morgan State University; Bud O’Connor, Director of Engineering at Newseum, and Jim Oehler, Product Manager for Harris Punctuate. Also presenting was our very own Vice President, Andrew Hoffman, who spoke on Simple Signage.
The showroom floor was aglow with brilliant and creative digital signage deployments and offered hands-on demonstrations that addressed a wide range of industries. Attendees could enter various themed exhibits, including a Zoo-based exhibit complete with bamboo, tree frogs, and tribal music, a World-War II themed museum exhibit with shrapnel, sandbags and on-screen dropping bombs, a casino-themed exhibit showcasing our touch-screen interactive Noventri Commander, and a miniature hotel room exhibit with an interactive Innview screen. There was even a fire alarm pull that attendees could use at any time to change every single display in the room to an emergency screen! We were disappointed to see that nobody screamed and ran out of the room.
For those of you that missed our show, we’ve uploaded some photos below so you can get a look at the show exhibits. You can also click here to view the NBC 25 story covering our show!
Finally, we’d like to thank Marilyn Orsinger with the Delaplaine Visual Arts Education Center for being incredibly pleasant. We could not have asked fora more helpful and friendly person!
The Delaplaine Visual Arts Center will be home to The Noventri Digital Signage Show 2009 presented by Noventri and will address digital signage solutions for a variety of industries. Attend for a day of fun and interactivity.
Smithsburg, Maryland, September 14, 2009 – Noventri, a digital signage solutions provider, announces The Noventri Digital Signage Show 2009 to be held on Thursday, October 29, 2009 at Frederick, Maryland’s, Delaplaine Visual Arts Center located on 40 North Carroll Street.
Starting at 10:00 am the show will provide lively seminars featuring William Clem, Assistant Director of Operations at Morgan State University, Bud O’Connor, Chief Engineer at Newseum, Andrew Hoffman, VP of Noventri and more. Also present for discussion will be representatives from Harris Broadcast Communications, Vision III and InnView along with Q & As and hands-on demonstrations of the various components of digital signage, such as players, creators, managers, screens and more.
See digital signage applications take on a life of their own with staged displays for such environments as: Hotel & Hospitality, Sports and Entertainment, Museums, Restaurants, and Casinos.
Admission is FREE and refreshments are provided throughout the day which ends at 4:00 pm. Come, ask questions, receive insight, and fuel your imagination with a day of one-on-one digital signage expertise, content creation know-how and technological insight.
Noventri, the host of the show has provided digital signage solutions for over eight years having served such top names as Marriott, Sheraton, Java City, Aramark, Houston Astro’s Minute Maid Stadium and local venues such as: Camden Yards, DC’s Newseum, and Charles Town Races and Slots.
Registration for the show is now open and is filling fast. Visit www.noventri.com to register or email: email@example.com.
For information contact Judy L. Hoffman, 301-790-0103 or email at: firstname.lastname@example.org.
As you can see in the project section of our website, we’ve had an installation at Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros, for a little more than a year now. Last November, we had the opportunity to put our content team to work designing content for a special event, Madonna’s Sticky & Sweet Tour. We created several layouts that showcased select menu choices along with images of Madonna and a live feed of the concert.
For information contact Judy L. Hoffman, Public Relations & Marketing at 1-800-359-1858, ext. 211 or email at: email@example.com.
Lyle Bunn Talks about Punctuate(HD) from Andrew Hoffman on Vimeo.
Developed by Harris Corp., Punctuate is a suite of flexible, Web-based tools that enable automatic targeting of precise messages to specific signs across a multipoint out-of-home network. Punctuate can tag signs with attributes and point a message directly to a group of displays based on similar attributes across the network.
Lyle Bunn is widely recognized as a leading figure in North America’s Dynamic Digital Signage industry. Lyle has contributed to the planning of many of the largest signage networks in North America.