Volume 21


Ströer Dislikes DooH – Wants “Public Video”

by Raverstead

Christian Schmalzl is from Ströer which is the dominant player in the DACH DOOH market, with around 60% of the German market. Ströer started in digital signage by buying a company in Germany that …

Tags:DOOH| Large Display Monitor| Munich Digital Signage Conf 2014| Stroer| Vol 21 - Issue 39| Volume 21

Dukane’s 9010 is Brightest Ever

by Raverstead

The 9010 is Dukane’s new high-brightness, dual-lamp (465W, lasting up to 2,000 hours) 3DLP projector. As an installation model, it can reach 13,000 lumens of brightness (Dukane’s brightest ever), show 3D content and supports …

Tags:DLP Projectors| Installation Projectors| Large Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 39| Volume 21

UltraHD TV Panel Shipments Will Mainly be 50″ in Q4

by Raverstead

Lower-cost panels, with an average size of 50″, will form the majority of UltraHD TV panel shipments in Q4’14, say Asian sources. It has been said that vendors will aim TVs made using the …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| large displays| UltraHD| Vol 21 - Issue 43| Volume 21| Worldwide

NEG’s 30µm Glass Feels Like Plastic

by Raverstead

The world’s thinnest glass plate has apparently been developed by Japan’s Nippon Electric Glass (NEG). ‘G-Leaf’ is 30µm thick and can be used as a substrate for flexible displays. NEG demonstrated a flexible OLED …

Tags:Glass| Large Display Monitor| Mobile Display Monitor| NEG| Vol 21 - Issue 41| Volume 21

eD’system Offers Epson Smartglasses

by Raverstead

eD’system in the Czech Republic has started distributing Epson’s Moverio BT-200 smart glasses.

Tags:AR Glasses| Distributors| Epson| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21

CPT’s September Revenue Down 13% YoY

by Raverstead

Chunghwa Picture Tubes (CPT) posted a 4.2% decline in sales last month to NT$4.4 billion ($144.5 million), which was 12.9% lower than September 2013. Sales from January to September reached NT$42.2 billion ($1.4 billion), …

Tags:CPT| Financial Data| Large Display Monitor| Large LCD Supply| Mobile Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21

£8 Million Investment by Eye Airports

by Raverstead

Eye Airports is to launch an £8 million ($12.8 million) investment in advertising media and technology across its UK airport network. Gatwick North and South terminals will benefit from new digital welcome and terminal …

Tags:Advertising| Beacons| DOOH| Large Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21

JCDecaux Follows Through on La Défense

by Raverstead

JCDecaux has unveiled its new street furniture in the La Défense business district of Paris. The company won the contract in November 2012 (Display Monitor Vol 19 No 46). In total 111 static billboards …

Tags:Digital Signage| France| JCDecaux| Large Display Monitor| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21

TCL’s LCD TV Sales Rose 5.7% YoY

by Raverstead

TCL Multimedia’s LCD TV sales volume increased 5.7% from August 2013 to reach over 1.5 million sets last month, of which the volume of smart TVs increased by 32.8% In TCL’s home market of …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| TCL| TVs (TV Sets)| Vol 21 - Issue 37| Volume 21| Worldwide

ECS’ Tablet ‘Saves Soldiers’ Lives’

by Raverstead

Engineering & Computer Simulations (ECS), in the USA, has finished work on a tablet that helps to train soldiers in delivering aid to their wounded comrades. The Medical Training Command and Control (MTC2) tablet …

Tags:Medical| Military & Defence| Mobile Display Monitor| tablets| Vol 21 - Issue 34| Volume 21

MasterImage 3D Challenges RealD’s IP Portfolio

by Raverstead

Masterimage 3D is challenging the validity of four of RealD’s polarisation patents, claiming that the patents replicate pre-existing techniques. According to Masterimage 3D, RealD’s improper patent protection stalls competition in the 3D business and …

Tags:Large Display Monitor| Passive 3D| Polariser-based 3D| Vol 21 - Issue 40| Volume 21

Chaos and Opportunity in the Entertainment Industry

by Helen Vince

Broadcast & Distribution – The term “Evolve or Die” may have even more meaning today than when uttered to the broadcast industry some years ago by the FCC Chairman. Things are so ripe for …

Tags:Broadcasters| Large Display Monitor| SMPTE 2014| Vol 21 - Issue 43| Volume 21