Welcome digiLED Japan!

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digiLED has always had a strong presence in Asia, and today we are delighted to announce the opening of digiLED Japan.

Our knowledgeable and experienced team based in Tokyo will be able to assist our Japanese customers with he latest in LED Screen technology.

Get in touch with our team by emailing us.

 

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Open Day visitor says: “The Pixel Depot is amazing!”

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digiLED unveiled its latest high-resolution LED screen product, the awesome 1.4mm vHRi system at 4K width, for the two-day open event held at the company’s UK office, The Pixel Depot (Wednesday 27 & Thursday 28 September).

The event was aimed at AV professionals who wanted to know more about LED screens and experience the display solutions available. The sessions included hands-on demonstrations of our latest products, in addition to presentations by our LED Screen Experts, to provide an insight into the industry for newcomers and tips to make future project installations world-class.

Also featured were our Race Day competitions held each session on the impressive 4K screen. Attendees battled it out on our Playstation 4 console to claim the champagne by setting the fastest lap time around the famous Silverstone track on the recently released Project Cars 2. Congratulations to the winners of each session – some fantastic times were set and fun was had by all.

Thank you to all of the AV professionals who attended the sessions and hope you were amazed by the latest addition to the award-winning digiLED range of LED screens. We received plenty of positive feedback about the sessions and Europe’s largest LED screen showroom. One guest said: “The Pixel Depot is amazing! The LED screen showroom is incredible and it’s great to see the products in detail. digiLED have really friendly and helpful staff too.” Another visitor commented: “Last week’s Open Day event was excellent. We are committed digiLEDers now!”

If you would like further information, please get in contact with one of our LED Screen Experts via 0207 381 7840. The Pixel Depot LED screen showroom is also available for further demonstrations, please contact info@digiLED.com to book your appointment now to experience the unbelievable image quality of the 4K 1.4mm display as well as the rest of the digiLED product lineup. With the most comprehensive range located in one place, there’s something to complement any application.


Don’t forget to register – New hi-res screen on display!

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on 27th & 28th September (afternoon sessions)

GET IN TOUCH FOR FURTHER DETAILS – racedays@digiLED.com

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Don’t forget to register for our Open Days being held at The Pixel Depot next Wednesday & Thursday (27 & 28 September). If you’re an AV professional interested to learn more about the world of LED from our renowned team of experts and to experience the phenomenal visuals of our spectacular new 4KUHD 1.4mm LED screen on display, please contact racedays@digiLED.com or call 020 7381 7840 to reserve your morning or afternoon place now!

LED Screens Uncovered & 4K Race Day:
Experience unbelievable image quality with the awesome 1.4mm vHRi LED screen
Participate in hands-on demonstrations of our latest product innovations
Get insider tips from our resident LED Screen Experts
Network with like-minded individuals to make sure your next project is a hit
Compete in our 4K Race Day event with a chance to win a prize
Join us for the famous digiLED BBQ & refreshments will be served all day

We look forward to welcoming you to The Pixel Depot and showcasing the latest addition to our award-winning range of LED display solutions.


Video display sector to become fourth largest AV market by 2018

A recent InfoComm International report published suggests that the video display sector is set to climb one place to become the fourth largest AV market field by 2018, replacing the current holders of that position, video projection.

Conducted by the industry body, in collaboration with information, analytics and solutions organisation IHS Markit, the InfoComm Outlook and Trends Analysis (IOTA) project examined detailed figures collected from a sample of key vendors, and sourced buyer-side data from segments including: broadcast media, education, the government, hospitality, retail, plus security surveillance. Statistics collated within previous investigative efforts have been reinforced by additional primary and secondary research and comprehensive macroeconomic forecasting for the project.

IOTA predicts a positive outlook on industry market trends through 2022. Regardless of prognostications that global GDP growth will continue to decline slightly over the next couple of years (falling from 6.7% to 6.1% in 2019), report results suggest a maintained increase in AV revenues. It is expected that there will be a rise from $178.4 billion in 2016 to $198.7 billion in 2019, up to indications of an escalation of more than 29% in 2022, where total revenue will peak at $231 billion.

digiLED is experiencing increased demand for digital signage in retail and education markets

There is increased demand for digital signage in retail and education markets

The report highlighted that AV market growth will be driven by new buyers in the marketplace incorporating technology into their businesses. The conventional corporate market is anticipated to remain as the largest buyer segment (at a projected value of $46 billion globally in 2022), yet will have grown by a margin of just over 8% from 2016. Collectively, the next four biggest sectors – venues & events, media & entertainment, retail and education – will proliferate by a huge 37% meanwhile, to an amalgamated 2022 worldwide market size of $108.9 billion.

Projected growth by the visual display market is down to strengthened consumer confidence according to IOTA. The report anticipates the demand for digital signage to increase further, fuelled by the emergence of new key markets. For example, retail space owners are increasingly turning to LED screen systems to attract and engage customers, facilitating more opportunities for multiplied sales to an area relatively untouched by the technology previously. LED display innovations and its ubiquitous quality – coupled with reduced component costs enabling greater availability to target markets – has led to the upsurge in sales.

Recent discoveries of new market verticals combined with the upward trend of digital out-of-home (DOOH) displays used for brand marketing and advertising, has developed a self-perpetuating ecosystem for the generation and distribution of video content, in turn maximising the demand for display systems.

Establishing fourth position in the AV industry market size rankings has come at the expense of video projection. It is estimated that projection will experience the most substantial decline of all markets evaluated, dropping to eighth position in 2022. Revenue figures which stood at around $28.3 billion in 2014 is analysed to fall by approximately 62% to $10.8 billion in 2022.

LED screens are replacing projector systems as first choice for university lecture theatres

LED screens are replacing projector systems as first choice for university lecture theatres

The convenience and class of LED screens has impacted the projection market, leading to the statistics portraying significant decline ahead. Higher education settings, for instance, are shifting to high-quality, leading-edge LED displays for advertising efforts and to communicate core messages to students, showcasing their credentials to attract the most talented individuals. Identified as the perfect technology for universities, LED displays offer: supreme brightness performance in areas requiring adequate ambient lighting levels for note-taking, a long lifetime (ideal for a high-use environment), increased immersivity through module creation to scale to any size or angled configuration, and avoid obstructed views and alignment issues commonly posed by projector systems.


This article has been based upon an original article by T. Frost, published in the July/August 2017 edition of Installation magazine & http://www.installation-international.com/analysis-infocomm-outlook-trends/

Statistics source: InfoComm International, 2017 AV Industry Outlook and Trends Analysis (studies conducted by IHS Markit on behalf of InfoComm International and information taken from www.infocomm.org/iota)


digiLED QUASAR screen part of Uni. of Northampton development

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Believed to be the first installation of an LED screen on a biomass flue worldwide, digiLED have successfully completed the fitting of its QUASAR LED display technology on the recently developed Waterside campus at the University of Northampton, on behalf of its client, Vital Energi.

Comprising thirty-three 10mm pixel pitch digiLED QUASAR modules, the display on the flue tower measures over 27 square metres and overlooks the University campus. Considerable care was taken to establish and maintain the screen’s operating temperature: ventilation holes were designed in the metal cladding to aid airflow.

Selected for its environmentally-friendly specifications, QUASAR operates sustainably, sharing the client and end user’s ethos to provide energy-efficient solutions. The system has an IP rating of 65 on the front and back of each LED module, as well as possessing an auto-brightness sensor to monitor ambient light levels every five minutes, reconfiguring settings to reflect current weather conditions and time of day.

Vital Energi Project Manager, Stuart Hoyle, said: “The installed product ticks all the boxes. Following the screen’s switch on at the client opening day, they were, and still are, amazed at the picture clarity and quality produced by the hardware.

“digiLED QUASAR technology is ideal for this application as the system’s modules are ultra-efficient, have an incredible lifespan and maintenance is safe, simple and at little expense. The idea that the screen can be seen clearly from the main road approximately 600m away P1020299is a huge bonus for the promotional messages of the University.

“Tonie Wishart (digiLED Installation & Maintenance Manager) and his team worked brilliantly even in fairly difficult conditions when installing the display on to the flue tower. They were very easy to deal with on this project: their meticulous planning and execution of the works was faultless and the result is superb. In addition, Tonie ensured there were no snags that would require attention post-completion, the only contractor on this job to achieve this,” commented Hoyle.

Tom Mudd, digiLED Technical Director explained that modern day LED screen technology “is capable of working 80% more efficiently” compared to its counterparts designed at the dawn of LED screen systems, by encompassing components which operate using reduced power consumption.

“digiLED consistently undertakes processes and makes informed selections that will positively impact upon the local and global environment to preserve natural resources. For example, our innovations have replaced antiquated systems, no longer needing the huge transformers, massive copper cables and electrical supplies of yesteryear,” added Mudd.

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High brightness & engaging content entices shoppers – Jon Perkins

Jon Perkins - digiLEDA recent Microsoft report suggests that the average human loses concentration after only eight seconds – a four-second decrease from the start of the century. To put this into some sort of context, goldfish, with an attention span of nine seconds, have now eclipsed us. Technological advancements are considered responsible for this decline.

To combat these dwindling attention spans and disrupt target audiences’ busy lifestyles, structured routines and frequent purchases, retailers are turning to eye-catching, large-format LED screen displays to entice high street shoppers.

Striking brightness is a distinguishable characteristic that elevates LED display signage over alternative communication tool options. Capable of achieving high brightness levels, innovative LED technology produces a brilliant, unambiguous light that is easily visible from close-up and longer distances, cutting through marketing noise even in ambient lighting.

Initially, displays need to be noticeable, but generating engaging content that presents key brand messages to customers is also paramount. It’s recommended that the display’s video loop should be split into several easily digestible segments: a 60-second clip could be separated into five-second increments for passers-by to contemplate messages on the move.

Flexibility is imperative for businesses to stay ahead of the competition. In a fast-moving environment, adaptation is vital in distancing themselves from rival companies. LED screens offer a versatile and efficient means of adjusting messages to accommodate any required modifications. Many outlets benefit when incorporating digital signage by altering message presentation that enhances a customer’s visit experience. In restaurants for example, menu boards can be updated throughout the day to reflect busy periods or popularity of a particular item. Retailers’ focus should be displaying more value propositions. An advanced method of achieving this would be to use customer demographics to deliver targeted communication – interactive displays in a sports shop could populate content that advertises female running shoes when women walk past, for instance.

LED screen technology augments business profiles and arms retail space owners with an effective solution to a common challenge faced, which is to create fresh, exciting customer experiences: companies recognise the power of ‘unique’ and its effect on footfall and revenue. When done correctly, digital signage maximises the effectiveness of brand and product marketing to make a real impact and influence customer buying decisions.


Below: Retailer Samantha Thavasa’s store windows are dressed in digiLED Stella M8o LED screen technology to grab the attention of passing shoppers in Tokyo, Japan.

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digiLED welcome Larry Lipsie as Regional Sales Manager

Larry digiLED website pic (2)digiLED are pleased to announce the addition of Larry Lipsie to the company’s US division.

Larry will primarily manage digiLED’s sales responsibilities for the US South-Central region, developing new business and looking after key contacts in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Oklahoma and Texas. He will also assist with US colleagues on projects across the country, too.

Larry joins us with twenty years’ sales experience in the audio-visual industry, having worked as Regional Sales Manager for Wagner Media and Eiki International, prior to the commencement of his new role. While at Eiki International, a leading manufacturer of audio-visual products, Larry averaged over $12m in annual sales for eight consecutive years to AV integrators specialising in applications for education, religious, corporate as well as rental and staging markets. He graduated from Stephen F Austin in Nacogdoches, Texas with a BBA in Marketing.

LED screen markets continue to experience enormous growth and digiLED’s freshly-expanded US team will be targeting further sales in the audio-visual rental market to add to their already impressive list of partnerships across the region.

“digiLED customers value our unrivalled expertise in the industry to provide high-performance technology to deliver audience experiences like no other,” explained Lipsie. “The United States market for large-format LED displays is growing year-on-year and I’m excited to join this world-renowned brand to support its ongoing development in the region and beyond.”

Graham Burgess, digiLED CEO, said of the appointment: “Larry has the sales experience and contact knowledge crucial for digiLED’s continued business development in North America. By having a dedicated representative for this region, it will enable us to take our unique business offering to new potential customers and help them understand how adding LED displays to their portfolios will benefit their businesses. We are convinced that his positive attitude and original approach to sales will add significant worth to digiLED.”


digiLED Driving LED Screen Innovation at AVM Brooklands

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digiLED will be showcasing its latest LED screen innovations as part of Audio Visual Material’s two-day Technology Event, held at the world-famous Brooklands Museum, commencing this morning (Tuesday 4 July).

Experience the vivid imagery of our super-smooth curving display at the event, with our latest addition, the highly-dependable and versatile digiLED x-TEK: it’s capable of completely seamless convex and concave curving of up to +/- 10 degrees, utilising its wedge connector mechanism for precise angles. Also on display is our digiLED MIRAGE N, the lightweight LED screen system offering two visual formats in one space – a transparent LED screen that when required can cleverly disappear, allowing the image behind to be in the spotlight.

Visit our stand and meet the LED Screen Experts to discover how digiLED’s range of advanced, high-quality products provide stunning images, reliability and offer ultimate creativity to complement any application.


Latest LED screen technology on display at InfoComm 2017

Hit the links below to see digiLED Technical Director, Tom Mudd, give the low-down on our products on display at our InfoComm 2017 booth.

See our digiLED x-TEK LED screen system here: digiLED x-TEK at InfoComm 2017 – it’s capable of completely seamless convex and concave curving of up to +/- 10 degrees, utilising its wedge connector mechanism for precise angles.

Watch the digiLED MIRAGE N LED display here: digiLED MIRAGE N at Infocomm 2017 – this lightweight LED screen system offers two visual formats in one space – a transparent LED screen that when required can cleverly disappear, allowing the image behind to be in the spotlight.

For more information on the digiLED x-TEK or digiLED MIRAGE N, please contact info@digiled.com.

Videos courtesy of rAVe Publications

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New digiLED x-TEK display is a hit at InfoComm 2017

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Our new curving LED screen system smashed it at InfoComm 2017, judging by the volume of glowing reports we received about its sleek and versatile design.

Capable of seamless convex and concave curving of up to +/- 10 degrees, with its highly engineered wedge connectors allowing precise angle changes in 1-degree increments, combined with its incredible image quality, x-TEK provides reliability, versatility and performs superbly. The system is available in a range of pixel pitches for indoor and outdoor use.

See our sensational x-TEK in the video below, along with the practically transparent digiLED MIRAGE N and our well-established digiLED iMAG LED screen systems also displayed at our InfoComm 2017 booth.


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InfoComm 2017 was another fantastic show, held in Florida this June.

At the show, we launched the digiLED x-TEK range of LED screen modules (available in 2.6mm, 2.9mm and 3.9mm pixel pitches), our latest curving AV rental and fixed display system.

For further information on the digiLED x-TEK and the rest of our exciting product lineup, drop us a note, we’d love to hear from you.

 


digiLED screens star at 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards

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In partnership with our major rental clients Pete’s Big TVs, digiLED DLP LED screen technology featured in the creative stage design at the 2017 MTV Movie & TV Awards, held in the acclaimed Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles.

A combination of digiLED DLPi 3.9mm and DLPo 5.9mm LED video screen products starred in the set, collaboratively created by production designer David Edwards, Jr. of D Before E, Inc. and art direction by Anthony Bishop of AWB Design, LLC. Bishop and PBTV have worked together previously on several projects, but this was the first time providing LED screens for an MTV movie awards event.

A mammoth 80-tile-wide curved screen featured upstage as well as LED covering the inside, and outsides, of entry tunnels that were built into the screen. PBTV’s inventory of digiLED’s versatile DLP range of products allowed the team to fulfil the creative team’s innovative design ideas. By utilising the Variable Angle Connector, DLP modules have the capability of curving up to 15˚ in convex and concave directions.

In addition, PBTV incorporated digiLED’s Right Angle Connector and the new mini tiles (125mm wide) enabling 90˚ attachments for seamless video presentation, wrapping content around both sides of the set’s tunnels.

Guy Benjamin, PBTV Vice-President, explained: “These mini tiles are a quarter of a standard tile in width, which allowed us to make right angles for the tunnel effects. Normally, you’d see the dark edge of a video tile where a right angle is formed, with these new mini tiles you can make a seamless right angle with smooth video wrapping around the edge.”

digiLED DLPi 3.9mm modules followed the curves and covered the auditorium’s opera boxes with high-resolution video content.

“Pete’s was the right company for the MTV Movie & TV Awards production, because we were able to make a screen this big with the curves and the video-covered tunnels,” Benjamin said. “We really had never done anything on this scale, but were successful due to the flexibility of these new DLP products from digiLED. We used the mini tiles from the face of the screen onto the tunnel as well as on the inside and up into the ceiling, so we were really using a lot of the new features of this product line.”

The company has experienced considerable expansion in its presence on the West Coast. The 2017 MTV Movies & TV Awards show is the latest project in an increasing portfolio of events PBTV has covered with its range of our LED screen technology in the Los Angeles area for the events and television broadcast market.

Benjamin added: “We have been seriously expanding our inventory of LED product and have been putting more of it in LA. PBTV has the technicians and the equipment to support your next creative applications.”

(c) PBTV, MTV Movie & TV Awards 2017

(c) PBTV, MTV Movie & TV Awards 2017


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