ScreenMedia Expo Kicks off at Earls Court 2

After months of preparation, ScreenMedia 2011 has finally begun at Earls Court 2 in London. The show is Britain’s largest collection of digital signage, digital place-based marketing and emerging media companies.

With over 4,000 people expected to attend over the next two-days, ScreenMedia Expo is certainly the place to be for anybody in the digital out of home industry.

Armagard are there, for the second year running, demonstrating our industry leading LCD enclosures, and can be found at booth E41, but there are also some fantastic innovations being demonstrated by other companies too—many of whom have come from across the globe to unveil their products at ScreenMedia..

One of the first thing any visitor will see when they walk into Earls Court 2 this week will be Arsenal Media’s giant video wall, The BuzzWall, which features Christie MicroTiles interactive touchscreen technology.

And other video walls are being unveiled at the show, including South Korean LED specialists Galaxia Electronics, which is unveiling its new fixed installation LED video walls with full 3D capabilities on Stand C23.

Mediazests virtual mannequins seem to be popular with visitors. These futuristic signs are already being implemented in several UK airports as meet and greet systems to help get passengers through the various stages of security.

As ScreenMEdia Expo 2011 is free for visitors to enter, it’s a must-see exhibition for anybody in the world of Dooh and emerging media technologies. And if you do drop by, don’t forget to drop in an visit Armagard at stand E41.

Come and Visit Armagard at Booth #41
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