Here’s Everything Navori Labs Will Show at ISE 2024


Navori Labs says it returns to ISE next week with fresh plans to bring its QL digital signage and Aquaji analytics software solutions closer together for its customers. The roadmap includes a preview of Aquaji modules that will allow operators of retail media networks and DOOH advertising campaigns to access and analyze key metrics within the QL software environment. Navori Labs will also preview a similar integration within its next-generation media player dongle scheduled for release later this year.

As the “only supplier to build both digital signage and analytics software in-house,” Navori Labs says it already offers its customers a complete solution with native interoperability, removing the complexities of cleanly integrating two disparate software solutions. Navori Labs will demonstrate how its customers in retail and other verticals benefit from the convergence of QL and Aquaji today, while also discussing plans to add key audience measurement metrics such as people counting within QL.

“Digital signage without analytics leaves the story untold for businesses that are eager to understand the effectiveness of their in-store strategies,” CEO Jerome Moeri said. “We developed our analytics solution mindful of the challenges businesses had with truly understanding how audiences engaged with their digital signage content. Our integrated solution automates and customizes dynamic content delivery, and adds precise measurement of audience engagement and DOOH campaigns. Visitors to our ISE stand can learn how newly enhanced AI functionalities within our software solutions introduce greater unification to simplify how businesses merge dynamic content presentation with foot traffic analysis.”

Navori Labs says it will offer several key demonstrations on the stand, including how its innovations in AI and computer vision solutions enable data-driven, context-aware content automation for audience engagement. In its present-day workflow, Aquaji monitors consumer behaviors and anonymously gathers audience demographics. That information is reported to QL, which can trigger content and ads that cater to specific consumers.

Navori Labs will also preview the benefits of its next-generation StiX media player dongle, the StiX 3800, in a real-world retail environment. Benefits include the ability to measure foot traffic or vehicle counting around the screen. The StiX 3800 will also add audience metrics to QL’s playback reports and activate screens only when an audience is detected, which the company says reduces energy consumption and costs. Visitors can also learn about a new zero-touch activation feature for StiX devices that automatically links them to a server and downloads content, reducing installation time by approximately 30 minutes per player.

Navori says it will also discuss an on-demand AI content generation service to generate visual content tailored to specific industries or use cases, along with enhanced real-time data integration features that allow Navori customers to develop their own connectors for data retrieval.