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Browse our video gallery and watch what we have to say about digital signage. We have videos that highlight our product features, Omnivex digital signage installations, industry presentations, upcoming digital signage technology and infrastructure considerations. All of this content is a great resource for you to explore.
Technology is changing how retailers interact with their customers, employees and head office. The ability of devices, whether in-store sensors, mobile, kiosks, or digital signs to communicate with each other offers the potential to create an entirely new experience for shoppers, employees and retail executives while providing increasing insight and intelligence about the shopping experience.
Demonstration of a retail example using Omnivex Moxie and Windows 8.1 Embedded and a Windows Surface tablet. This demonstration includes an assisted sale device (Windows Surface Pro tablet) and a large interactive touch display. A customer can explore available products using the touch screen and page a sales assistant at any time. The sales assistant can interact with the screen using a hand held device and access other store assets using the tablet.
Jeff Collard, President of Omnivex, talks about winning the 2011 APEX Award in the Transportation category for Destination Shuttle Service's installation at LAX. He also demonstrates Moxie's new wayfinding module, which allows users to quickly and easily generate interactive wayfinding maps. He explains how the software actively responds to real-time environmental factors, which enables it to determine the best path a user should take.
Jeff Collard, President of Omnivex, leads an insightful presentation about digital signage and the Cloud, in the Digital Signage Application Showcase Theater, at InfoComm 2011. He discusses the future trend toward hosting digital signage networks in the cloud for the business and operational benefits it will provide, including improved scalability, performance and reduced costs. He also addresses the potential challenges and security risks businesses may encounter when moving to this model and the ways to effectively overcome them.