DSE Show Highlights New A/V Solutions for Business, Education and Government
As technologies grow almost daily to new heights, today’s companies, educational institutions and government entities seek specialists to confer and advise on audio-visual solutions, components and investment. Some companies have allocated money to upgrade A/V technology for 2013, while others plan to stay the course with existing solutions.
If your company has not yet invested in technology displays and systems in its offices, engineering centers and distribution facilities, the Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas (Feb 26-28) may be the right place to learn, assess and understand the new technologies that are transforming the marketplace. This is the state-of-the-art digital signage show, where businesses can match requirements for audio-visual systems with leading manufacturers and resellers of audio-visual systems.
Businesses today are going through an A/V revolution, and it’s one that’s touching on almost every point in the business-customer relationship chain. Without a doubt, today’s C-suite is focused heavily on technology and audio-visual equipment.
That’s why leading manufacturers (and CCS Presentation Systems manufacturing partners) of HD monitors, touch screens, and AV interactive displays like NEC Display Solutions (Gold Sponsor) and Chief Manufacturing (Silver Sponsor) are leading the charge at the Digital Signage Expo. It’s the world’s largest international trade show for buyers of digital signage, interactive technology and advanced audio-visual solutions.
Businesses and customers are truly interacting, buying and selling from one another with a new spirit of innovation. Communications strategies are being transformed via the use of multi-screen conference rooms, high definition projectors and displays. To grow the business through the use of technology components, companies need to understand the differences between the types of projection technologies and make an informed decision when choosing an audio/video projects integrators.
Using the right audio-visual equipment can help organizations save money and improve productivity and communication across all layers of the company. At DSE 2013, attendees will learn why it’s important to invest in audio-visual technologies, while taking part in the second screen process wave of the digital revolution. That’s what’s key to digital signage and interactive control systems.