DSS ISE and DCS ISE have announced initial speaker line-ups, though we certainly hope they consider some women for the next round of speakers, yet to be announced. (We even suggest a few below.) DSS ISE will feature digital signage market insights and best practice from experts and customers, while DCS ISE will present top digital cinema technology authorities from around the world. Take a look at the confirmed speakers and program.
DSS ISE 2019 focuses on sensor and data-driven solutions, which are increasingly becoming the backbone of digital signage. invidis and industry experts will present the latest market figures, identify trends in retail and commercial projects as well as discuss how complementing sensor-triggered and data-driven solutions add value to digital signage. You can register for the DSS summit here.
DCS ISE, created by Digital Cinema Report in conjunction with Integrated Systems Europe, will address a range of issues facing professionals in all phases of the motion picture industry. The purpose of the event is to give digital cinema technology center stage. You can register for the DCS summit here.
Both programs are great events and should draw a lot of attendees. But, aren’t there any women in digital signage or digital cinema who could have spoken? What about Laura-Davis Taylor or Stephanie Gutnik? Or, how about Melissa (Keeping) Cogavin, who basically help invent the event cinema market — she even lives in the UK?