Visit digiLED at Music World Expo 2017 stand 10a


We will be exhibiting our latest products dedicated to the rental events market at Music World Expo 2017, held at Zappeion Exhibition Center from 19-21 May.

Visit digiLED’s experts at stand 10a to find out how our range of innovative, high-quality LED screen technology provides impact and allows ultimate creativity to complement any stage design and make your next event a smash hit! Register for the event here.

In addition, our Regional Director SEMEA, Roberto Segato, will be introducing digiLED and LED technology at the Visual-Lighting conference: book your seat now as spaces are limited.

RDSE 2017 is open at stand B16


RDSE 2017 is underway and digiLED will be demonstrating its expertise at stand B16 until 9 May, showcasing their latest LED screen technology tailored to get you noticed.

C_T73SeXsAAEHBhOur eye-catching design solutions for retail digital signage on display at the exhibition are engineered to increase the effectiveness of your brand and product marketing by attracting customers and influencing their buying decisions. Whatever your vision and company branding style, there’s a digiLED product to accommodate your application: our LED screens create impact in any retail setting to inform and engage with customers, resulting in higher sales revenue.

Visit the stand to meet the team and see the value of digiLED for your next display screen purchase. We look forward to meeting you and helping to achieve your vision. We’ll have a tea or coffee waiting for you.


Can’t make it to the exhibition? Make an appointment to meet digiLED’s LED Screen Experts at our UK showroom, The Pixel Depot. It’s the largest LED display showroom in Europe with the most comprehensive range of indoor and/or outdoor products to suit every application. If you are looking to invest in an LED screen, whether it be a permanent fixture or for your rental portfolio, book your visit now to experience the one-of-a-kind demonstration – it’ll be worth your while.


The versatile digiLED iCUBE display at The Pixel Depot

The digiLED iCube allows ultimate customisation in design and provides exceptional imagery with great contrast. Offering unrivalled versatility, you can easily create stunning structures by stacking and joining multiple cubes.

Available with a 3.9mm pixel pitch, the digiLED iCube is ideal for exhibitions, art displays or any other unique visual spectacular.

Shopping for an LED display? Meet the screen experts at RDSE 2017

digiLED will be demonstrating its expertise and experience as innovators in the LED display market at the 2017 Retail Digital Signage Expo, held at Olympia in London, on May 8th and 9th.

We’ll be showcasing our latest products dedicated to retail applications and are gearing up for some dynamic visuals that will grab customers’ attention and can offer increased influence over their buying decisions.

Click here to find out more about the show and access your free entry pass. Be sure to stop by stand B16 and meet the team for your next display screen purchase.

Can’t make it to the exhibition? Make an appointment to meet the LED Screen Experts at our UK showroom, The Pixel Depot. It’s the largest LED display showroom in Europe with the most comprehensive range of indoor and/or outdoor products to suit many applications. If you are looking to invest in an LED screen, whether it be a permanent fixture or for your rental portfolio, book your visit now to experience the one-of-a-kind demonstration – it’ll be worth your while.

GoVision slam dunks its way to success with digiLED Toura6

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In collaboration with GoVision, our premier commercial partner, digiLED Toura6 LED modules presented all the action at the 2017 NCAA Final Four held at the University of Phoenix Stadium in Arizona earlier this month.

The LED screens erected for the four-day basketball event comprised digiLED’s Toura6 modules which were used in GoVision’s previous award-winning project, Colossus TV – the world’s largest, four-sided, centre-hung outdoor display, located at Bristol Motor Speedway, Tennessee.

The bespoke design encompassed a quartet of high-definition video displays each measuring 53.5sqm, screens displaying game statistics as well as an LED top ring with a diameter of 24.4m. Altogether, 764 LED panels were used to construct the screens containing in excess of 12 million LED pixels.

digiLED Toura offers a range of pixel pitches to amaze audiences, whether it’s for a dynamic video backdrop, dramatic lighting effects or curved video displays, its fantastic contrast ratio provides consistent punchy images. Ultra-lightweight, fast-rig mechanics and a built-in ladder system makes Toura the perfect solution for rental applications.

Scott McKinnon, GoVision Executive Vice President, Sales & Marketing, said: “The Toura6 platform provides the perfect combination of lightweight, brightness and quick rigging mechanics to fit this massive project perfectly.”

North Carolina were the eventual winners of this year’s competition, defeating Gonzaga 71-65 in the Championship game.

The displays have now been disassembled and reinstalled again at Bristol Motor Speedway in preparation of the full weekend of racing taking place April 21-23.

About GoVision™

GoVision LLC (, a Learfield company, is a premier provider of large-scale LED video displays — for rent or purchase — and related services. Our comprehensive suite of services span from North America’s largest fleet of turnkey mobile units to an enormous inventory of modular LED panels, creative/content services, the award-winning GoVisionTV and custom offerings such as design, fabrication and installation. GoVision is dedicated to unrivaled experiences in the unpredictable event business, and delivers more than 1,000 shows per year ranging from small local festivals to the last four Presidential Inaugurations, the 2015 Papal Visit and multiple NCAA Final Fours, Super Bowls, Ryder Cups, PGA tournaments and professional All-Star Games. GoVision is the screen provider of AT&T Stadium Plaza, Bristol Motor Speedway, The LPGA Tour, TCU and other colleges. The company is based in Argyle, Texas, with offices in Napa, Calif., Portland, Ore., Chicago and Las Vegas.

Case Study: NCAA Final Four 2017

Sal Sandoval joins the digiLED US office

Sal Sandoval 1We’re delighted to announce the addition of Salvador Sandoval to the team. Sal will manage digiLED’s technical sales responsibilities for the Americas.

Sal joins digiLED with nearly twenty years’ experience in the broadcast and professional video industry, bringing a deep understanding of video systems and hardware development. His background includes selling to and collaborating with manufacturers in the broadcast, professional and digital cinema markets and clients – formulating, developing, and delivering revolutionary video products and services.

Prior to joining digiLED, Sal worked as Chief Technology Officer for Samaserve LLC and was a principal product engineer at Sony Electronics’ Broadcast Systems and Solutions company. He earned an M.S. in Electronic Engineering from San Jose State University and a B.S. in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University of California, Sacramento.

digiLED has several current users of its products including major international rental partners, auto manufacturers, high-profile sports venues, retail stores, educational establishments and leisure facilities. LED display markets continue to experience massive growth and our newly-strengthened US team will be targeting further sales in these sectors by adding to their already impressive list of integration partners across the region.

Sal said: “North America has been a major market for digiLED for a considerable length of time. Our customers appreciate digiLED’s understanding of the LED manufacturing business in Asia and its passion to construct innovative products designed for ultimate performance, which are delivered on schedule and provide superb value for money. I am delighted to be a part of the brand and am enthusiastic about aiding its continued development in the region and beyond.”

Graham Burgess, digiLED CEO, said of the appointment: “Sal has the experience and industry knowledge that is crucial for digiLED to continue with the development of our business in North and Central America. Sal’s extensive technical expertise sets him apart from other LED techs and gives us much broader knowledge than most of our competitors. His range of contacts across all market sectors will enable him to quickly get our technical support services up to the standard to which we aspire.”

New digiLED sales office and showroom opens in Shenzhen

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Growth has been a consistent theme in recent months for digiLED and it has continued with the opening of a new office in Qianhai, the new Free Trade Zone in the heart of Shenzhen, China.

digiLED Shenzhen will act as the central hub for the region, home to our knowledgeable Asian technical team responsible for the planning and monitoring of component production to deliver innovative LED products of the highest quality.

新建文件夹IMG_4836“Having a fixed location in China will help establish and solidify relationships with component suppliers in the country as there is often a lack of trust between them and overseas companies,” explained Cherry Tsai, General Manager of digiLED Shenzhen. “This improves digiLED’s reliability and versatility across the production process going forward.”

The new location includes a showroom displaying the latest products in the digiLED range, closely resembling The Pixel Depot at the company’s Head Office situated near London.

“The showroom is going to be an important factor in multiplying business in the region as local clients will have the opportunity to compare product options in one place as opposed to travelling to many different factories across China,” added Tsai. “Having selected a shortlist of products, the reduced number of factory visits can be more productive.”

The expansion increases digiLED’s operation in the Far East with offices in Hong Kong and Tokyo. The company also has offices across Europe, in North America as well as in Africa. Tsai said that there are plans to employ local salespersons responsible for identifying and serving the South American and Middle Eastern markets, demonstrating digiLED’s ability to perform on a truly global scale.

digiLED (HK) Ltd and digiLED (Shenzhen) Co., Ltd are subsidiaries of digiLED Group Ltd.

Say hello to our Asian technical team in their new office by clicking the video link below. Courtesy of Tom Mudd, digiLED Technical Director.

Hello to team @digiled_ in our shiny new Shenzhen office.

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Head to our Facebook and Twitter pages to see more photos of our impressive new Shenzhen office.

Another successful digiLEDucation day

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IMG_2458Coordinated by digiLED’s team of industry experts, the latest digiLEDucation course has been run at The Pixel Depot, Europe’s largest LED screen showroom of its kind.

The course is designed to offer those looking to sell LED screens an insight into the complex multi-technology solutions available to end users. The aim is to transfer knowledge to those who have previously had little or no exposure to LED displays to both specify the technology and demonstrate expertise by being able to answer any questions their clients might have.

Jon Perkins, digiLED Group Technical Sales Manager, hosted the latest event and explained: “It is always amazing to see how quickly attendees engage with the technology, content and demonstrations, gaining a solid understanding into the world of LED screens in the process. We’re delighted with the interest and the positive response we get for our courses.”DLCT 1

Other speakers included Graham Burgess (digiLED CEO), Guy Horrigan (digiLED Commercial Director) and Tom Mudd (digiLED Technical Director).

There was plenty of positive feedback from those in attendance at the event. 91% found that the training was “very useful” and 79% suggested that they would be interested in further training courses held by digiLED.

To find out about future digiLEDucation training sessions or to visit The Pixel Depot, please get in touch at today.



New Year’s Big Screen Hi-Resolutions


Major digiLED clients PBTV were in Miami to provide a range of our LED display screens for Pitbull’s New Year’s Revolution show celebrating the welcoming of 2017.

Working closely with production designers, the PBTV team fashioned a visually stunning set using creative LED products. The design included three digiLED DLP 5.9mm LED floor systems positioned at right angles to the show’s audience, enough digiLED MK7 panels to construct two 59.5sqm video wing walls and an upstage video wall measuring 167.2sqm, as well as 170m of digiLED LightSlice which lined the stage and the edges of the two wing walls. In addition, digiLED Mirage MC15 transparent LED modules were sought to create the pair of giant “hourglass” set pieces framing the stage.

The design’s dynamism engaged both the Bayfront Park crowd as well as the broadcast audience around the country.

Anne Brahic, Production Designer for the show, said: “The new 5.9mm floor system was great. They come with their own legging system which allowed us to install them without headaches and they support the weight of people walking on them, which was essential too. They looked great in all our overhead shots. The LightSlice product was also a great discovery for me: the 2-pixel wide linear application was perfect for lining all the edges of our stage and runways. The way they clip on to brackets via a magnetic attachment point made the install super-efficient.”

Creative LED designs deemed a success for digiLED at ISE 2017


ISE 2017 attendance increased by over 12% on last year’s show, exceeding 70,000 visitors for the first time, and there was a constant stream of visitors admiring the digiLED stand design. We received lots of positive feedback about our creative product display and we have our highest number of sales leads ever recorded at an exhibition.

Follow this link to see the stand everyone was talking about.

For further information on the products displayed at ISE 2017 and the rest of our comprehensive range, or if you would like to book a visit to Europe’s largest LED showroom at our UK office, contact us today.

ISE 2017 is open at stand 12-C58


ISE 2017 is underway and digiLED will be showcasing their latest LED screen products and demonstrating their expertise at stand number 12-C58 from today until Friday 10 February. We have lots of interesting design solutions on display for both indoor and outdoor applications across all LED screen markets.

Visit the stand to meet the team and see the value of digiLED for your next display screen purchase. We look forward to meeting you and helping to achieve your vision. We’ll have a tea or coffee waiting for you.

Can’t make it to the exhibition? Make an appointment to meet digiLED’s LED Screen Experts at our UK showroom, The Pixel Depot. It’s the largest LED display showroom in Europe with the most comprehensive range of indoor and/or outdoor products to suit every application. If you are looking to invest in an LED screen, whether it be a permanent fixture or for your rental portfolio, book your visit now to experience the one-of-a-kind demonstration – it’ll be worth your while.

LED display screen helps London art gallery to architecture award

DIT959 ITe10N Newport StreetdigiLED display screen technology installed on the exterior wall of Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery has contributed to the venue winning the 2016 RIBA Stirling Prize, the UK’s leading architecture award.

The Stirling Prize judging panel said: “The collection of buildings is beautifully curated, pulled together by the use of brick yet still expressive of their individuality. The playful use of LED technology gives a contemporary addition to the façade.”

The 10mm pixel pitch digiLED ITe product was selected to fulfil the gallery’s requirement of acquiring a quality and reliable system, featuring front access serviceability and being lightweight in structure therefore enabling it to be positioned on an old building. Ideal for fixed installations, the system was manufactured to offer full colour video display with exceptional contrast. The highest quality LEDs offer sharp, crisp images thus reflecting the gallery exhibits perfectly.

Each aspect of the project was meticulously planned to ensure that the screen was commissioned to the highest standard, to achieve the client’s desire and digiLED’s dedication to deliver perfection.

Situated approximately 10m from the mainline into London Waterloo station, the 19.2m x 4.6m screen was designed to promote the gallery to the 320,000 commuters bypassing daily.

Its proximity to the railway raised safety concerns from Network Rail who declared that train drivers’ vision would be impaired by the brightness of a screen positioned directly behind rail signals; however, digiLED overcame complexities in the design stage when they provided the technical solution of substituting louvres, reducing the horizontal viewing angle, satisfying consultant welfare measures.

digiLED Installation Manager Tonie Wishart supplied an innovative engineering solution to strengthen the aged building, commenting: “Protecting the Grade II listed building was a priority. To prevent damage and maintain the wall’s integrity, a “keyhole method” was devised to support the screen. Threaded rods were inserted through the brickwork and clamped onto the new structural support steelwork in the gallery’s internal wall.”

“As part of the design brief, we were not allowed to compromise the appearance of the building and make the screen look as if it was an integral part of the wall. No cable entry points or mechanical fixings were to be seen by the passing trains or the street below. The screen installation phase began after the internal building works had been completed, so all of the necessary infrastructure to make the screen function had to be installed without incurring any damage to the gallery,” explained Wishart.

Newport Street Gallery is the realisation of Hirst’s long-term ambition to house his art collection in public. Amongst others, the collection features Francis Bacon, Banksy, Tracey Emin and Pablo Picasso as well as artwork created by indigenous artists from the Pacific Northwest Coast.

Designed by architects Caruso St John, the gallery measures 37,000 square feet split over two levels. This is the first time Caruso St John have won the prestigious architecture award following nominations on two previous occasions.