Friday, September 11, 2009

UPDATE: 320-screen digital signage network at the Air Canada Centre

On Wednesday we reported on a new 320-screen digital signage install at Toronto's Air Canada Centre, commissioned by the building's proprietor, Maple Leaf Sports & Entertainment Ltd. The company has announced that the $3 million network will be officially unveiled on September 16th.

The network was orchestrated by Waterloo, Ontario, digital signage consultancy firm Digital Display & Communications (DDC) with a little help from well-known digital signage consultant Lyle Bunn. You may remember DDC for their 2008 DIGI award-winning work with Rogers.

DDC collaborated with Omnivex, using their enterprise digital signage suite, Moxie, IBM for networking and TTUFF Technologies for media players.

Based on the pictures, it looks like the install includes quite a few video walls and screen clusters and not just a scattering of single screens thoughout the concourse.

You can download the full press release from DDC's site.

Photos via
Omnivex & OOH-Tv

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