Archive for December, 2011
Digital signage vendors have released more than 50 digital signage displays leveraging DisplayPort in the last 12 months, establishing the display standard as the interface of choice for the next generation of in-store visual experiences, according to VESA.
“The momentum seen in digital signage for DisplayPort demonstrates that the industry views the standard as the best possible interface for delivering superior visual experiences in a variety of environments,” said Bill Lempesis, executive director at VESA, in the announcement. “With DisplayPort, digital signage vendors can enable marketers to deliver engaging in-store visual experiences, prompting greater sales. As adoption of digital signage increases in key markets, we anticipate momentum to intensify as vendors embrace DisplayPort’s features to transform the shopping experience.”
VESA’s DisplayPort standard is a high-bandwidth interface designed to enable features not available with other electronic connections, delivering true digital imaging and audio through a single cable. DisplayPort enhances display performance by doubling the maximum data transfer rate and increasing display resolution, color depths and refresh rates. In addition, DisplayPort enables technology manufacturers to integrate numerous advanced features, including multiple monitor support through a single DisplayPort connector; support for high-speed, bi-directional data transfer; audio enhancements including Audio Copy Protection and support for High-Definition audio formats; and improved support for full HD 3-D stereoscopic displays.
(For further details & full article please refer to: http://www.digitalsignagetoday.com)
Now in its 11th year, International Armoured Vehicles is the largest major meeting point dedicated for those involved with armoured vehicles, at which to meet your potential clients from all over the world, in one place.
The event gathers senior military and industry experts, providing opportunities to gain expert insights on armoured vehicle trends, global procurement activity and lessons learned from the battlefield, as well as to conduct business with the world’s leading vehicle, system and component manufacturers and smaller specialist suppliers.
For the first time ever, Minister Peter Luff, MP of the UK Ministry of Defence and General Sir Peter Wall from the British Army will be providing conference attendees the exclusive opening and closing addresses. We are also introducing the brand-new Armoured Vehicles G6 Industry Leaders Global Strategy Debate, with thought leaders from high-profile defence industry companies.
(For further information & full article please refer to: http://www.iqpc.com)