How many digital projects have failed due to connectivity issues? In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of wireless connectivity and the "last 200 feet" of a digital experience.
Louisville, KY (PRWEB) March 31, 2014
Attendees can register here for free.
How many digital projects have failed due to connectivity issues? In this webinar, we will discuss the importance of wireless connectivity and the "last 200 feet" of a digital experience, and what needs to happen to ensure a secure and stable connection for the 3-5 year lifetime of a project.
There are limited choices for connections:
- Installing on a pre-existing “hostile” network
- Running your own DSL/cable/satellite connection
- 3g/4g cell wireless
For most installations using 3g/4g is the best option, from a cost and usability standpoint. In this webinar we will go over the pros and cons of each option and will provide best practices based on our experience, to help you make an informed decision before deploying your next project.
Speakers for the webinar:
Craig Martin / Owner / Reality Interactive
Craig Martin is known and respected in the kiosk and digital merchandising community with more than 15 years of experience providing Fortune 500 brands and retailers innovative merchandising solutions. A founder and principal of Reality Interactive, Martin has worked with BMW, Time Warner Cable, Callaway Golf, PepsiCo, Bose, Lego, Leapfrog and others. An experienced speaker, Martin has moderated and presented at a number of leading industry conferences including DSE, CETW, Global Shop, and the Digital Dealer Conference and Exhibition.
Bryan Meszaros / Managing Director / OpenEye Global
With more than 14 years of experience, Bryan is recognized as a global industry leader. Bryan presently serves on the Board of Directors for SEGD and is a member on Advisory Boards for DSE & CETW. As an active speaker and contributing author, Bryan is regularly featured in various publications and often invited to speak at industry related conferences around the globe.
For more information and to register, visit the DSA online.
ABOUT THE DSA
The DSA is an independent, non-profit association, whose mission is to advance the growth and excellence of the global digital signage, interactive kiosk, and mobile community through advocacy, education and networking. Members include users of digital screenmedia in all vertical markets including retail, hospitality, food service, and healthcare, as well as manufacturers, resellers, and distributors of hardware and software, network operators, integrators, advertising agencies, consultants, analysts, publishers, trade show organizers, and service companies. http://www.digitalscreenmedia.org