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Digital Signage Meets IoT: building success with a Raspberry Pi!

Sixteen:Nine editor Dave Haynes talks with Viktor Petersson, CEO of Screenly, to explore his journey building a digital signage solution based on the very popular and very affordable Raspberry Pi. Their discussion will see them touch on a variety of topics:
- Digital signage industry trends
- The disruptive effects of the drop in hardware costs
- The adoption of agile software development and operations
- The start-up road to success
- This will be the first webinar in a series dedicated to exploring the changes that the new wave of IoT innovation is bringing to the digital signage industry.
Recorded Jun 1 2016 57 mins
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