Peerless-AV Presents Large Format Display Usage Trends and Safety Trends in ISE Show Floor Theatre
AURORA, Ill. – January 31, 2017 – AV technology pioneer Peerless-AV® today announced Brian McClimans, Vice President of Sales for North America and APAC, will present twice in the InfoComm Commercial Solutions Theatre, located in Hall 8-D360 (Digital Signage zone) of ISE 2017. McClimans, a certified Digital Signage Expert and board member of the Digital Signage Federation, has over 25 years of AV industry experience and routinely handles multi-million dollar digital signage rollouts. A regular high-level speaker at major international conferences, McClimans is looking forward to examining two topics covering diverse applications for large format displays, technology trends, technical considerations, installation tips, and the importance of product safety and quality testing.
February 7, 11:00-11:30am – Is bigger really better when it comes to displays? With the future for digital signage bursting at the seams, this presentation investigates upcoming trends, and how to manage the associated complexities of large-scale digital signage to ensure a productive and profitable installation. McClimans explores the need to own the project, not just the installation, who to involve for a stress-free install and how to gain that competitive edge.
February 7, 4:00-4:30pm – Time to face up to the facts of digital signage safety! As screens get bigger and bigger, the importance of product safety and quality testing is at its highest. Testing helps to uncover manufacturing variances and ensures a repeatable level of quality from the first to the 100,000th unit. In this presentation, McClimans explains safety and quality testing certifications and standards to look out for when researching digital signage products for a project, including UL and ISO.
“As a large supporter of information sharing, I am pleased to be presenting these two very important topics to the audiovisual industry at ISE 2017,” said McClimans. “I believe knowledge is power and these tradeshow seminars really offer the opportunity to transfer a wide variety of expertise, ideas, experience and research with our peers.”