Digital Signage meets IoT Series continues!

Amrisha Prashar

Amrisha Prashar

on 7 July 2016

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Last month we kicked off our first in our Digital Signage meets IoT series focusing on Building success with a RaspberryPi. It was a great session from Screenly founder, Viktor Petersson and Sixteen:Nine editor Dave Haynes who touched on industry trends, disruptive effects on hardware costs and adoption of agile software. If you missed the session, fear not! It’s available to re-watch here.

And our Series continues with our next session looking at Data-triggered content and 4G base-stations . We’ll have two innovators in this space that includes CTO of Boldmind Nikodem Lacki and CEO, Ebrahim Busheri of the super successful crowdfunding campaign Lime Micro. They’ll look into Digital signage industry trends, disruptive effects of software and software in the industry, new business opportunities for advertisers and screen owners as well as real life examples of innovative services launched across the world.

  • Topic: Data-triggered content and 4G base-stations
  • When: Tuesday 12th July at 17:00
  • Sign-up here >


To find out more about the benefits Ubuntu brings to the Digital Signage industry, click here.

And hopefully we’ll see you at the next webinar!

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