The DailyDOOH Media Summit (The Elevator Pitches)

Russ Curry, Ministry of New Media

A series of elevator pitches, ie. timed five minute pitches by young companies wanting to get themselves known by The DailyDOOH Media Summit audience back in May, was a fun way of kickstarting the afternoon’s proceedings…

  • Neil McDonald of amBX started the session off on a high note, discussing the company’s interest in people’s reaction to light and the technological advances and control systems involved in the scientific understanding of that.
  • Sam Grimley of Blippar discussed his company’s augmented reality platform that can work, he said, with almost any media except radio.
  • Dan Douglas said he thinks LivePoster’s DOOH advertising and data specialization can help DOOH steal budgets from other media.
  • Miles Quitmann discussed Proxama’s software which is based on connecting mobile to digital, and also the company’s work in mobile payment.
  • Luca Nestolo of Taggalo discussed the company offerings of proof of audience, real-time certification of an ad message at any given time or space.
  • Adrian Cotterill stood in for Andreas Soupliotiswho was unable to attend, introducing OpenSplash, the free, open-source, cross-platform digital signage software player that Ayuda Media Systems donated to the industry a few years ago.


Note: In order to make The DailyDOOH Media Summit video highlights ‘package’ a little more digestible, during the summer we’ll be running a Friday post featuring each of the 30-minute presentations.

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