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Digital Signage meets IoT: Data-triggered content and 4G base stations

Sixteen:Nine editor Dave Haynes talks with two digital signage innovators Nikodem Lacki and Ebrahim Busheri.

Nikodem Lacki CTO of Boldmind, will be sharing his experience creating on-demand experiential advertising at retail malls and airports. Ebrahim Busheri, CEO of Lime SDR, will be explaining how Digital Signage players can double up as configurable 4G base stations.

Their discussion will see them touch on a variety of topics:
- Digital signage industry trends
- The disruptive effects of software and software on the industry
- New business opportunities for advertisers and screen owners
- Real life examples of innovative services launched across the world

This will is the second webinar in a series dedicated to exploring the changes that the new wave of IoT innovation is bringing to the digital signage industry.
Recorded Jul 12 2016 50 mins
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