The Digital Signage Organisation is holding its next members only event at The Royal Opera House on December 4, 2019.
Simon Jackson, President of the DSO told us “This is going to be an impressive event and we look forward to welcoming new members along. For anyone involved in the digital signage industry, the DSO presents a forum to share knowledge, experiences and best practise. This is the first members only event following our introductory meeting at ISE in Amsterdam and educational presentations at DSSE in Munich. We have a series of events to come in 2020, which we invite software companies, manufacturers, integrators, distributors and end users to sign up for and become part of our growing community.”
The Royal Opera House, with an operatic history dating over 260 years, has invested £1 billion in its ‘Open Up’ refurb project, including an extensive Digital Signage and Corporate Communications network used to create stronger awareness of events to a wider public as well as wayfinding and public information. Outside, piazza visitors are greeted by a giant curved LED video wall and, once in the building, digital projection and interactive displays act as mediums to inform and excite opera and ballet-goers about upcoming performances.
The itinerary is as follows: –
4.00pm – Tour of venue with a member of the Royal Opera House IT team
4.45pm – Short Q&A with IT team and DSO Board Members
5.00pm – Drinks and networking on the Piazza Balcony
Future events include:
February 2020 – #ISE2020 Amsterdam – Meeting and Members Dinner. Two topical presentations from leading figures in the Digital Signage industry, drinks and networking, and members dinner.
May 2020 – London Digital Signage Week – A joint event with DSO partner AVIXA, the trade association representing the professional AV and information communications industries worldwide.
November 2020 – Europe TBC
A guided tour of an iconic digital signage installation followed by Q&A and discussion.
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