ZetaDisplay receives order from Finnish Veikkaus within existing supply agreement

March 20, 2020
Malmö – ZetaDisplay AB (publ) (Nasdaq Stockholm: ZETA) has received a significant order within existing supply agreement for Digital Signage from the Finnish entertainment company Veikkaus. The three-year service agreement comprises installation in Feel Vegas entertainment center in Turku. The planned installation time is July 2020 and the total contract value is estimated at 1.5 MSEK.

“Veikkaus has been our customer for several years”, comments Per Mandorf, President & CEO at ZetaDisplay. “The gaming sector asks today for a more complex delivery of engaging Digital Signage solutions than before and we are happy that our Finnish team has been selected as business partner for this delivery”, Mandorf concludes.

For questions, please contact:
Per Mandorf, President & CEO
Phone +46 704-25 82 34
Ola Burmark, CFO
Phone +46 708-21 57 86
Daniel Oelker, CCO
Phone +46 708-45 80 54

About Feel Vegas
Feel Vegas is a gambling and entertainment concept of Veikkaus, the leading Finnish gaming and betting company which is state owned. Feel Vegas operates 8 entertainment centers across the country uniting international gaming entertainment, spectator sports and restaurant services in one place.

About ZetaDisplay
ZetaDisplay acts at the heart of digital transformations in physical environments. We contribute to nudging peoples’ behaviour at the point-of-decision in retail environments, public spaces and workplace environments. Our solutions are known as Digital Signage that we develop and offer as SaaS-solutions. We are a European leader and intend to drive the further consolidation of the market organically and through acquisitions.
ZetaDisplay has its head office in Malmö. The company generates revenues of MSEK 436 and employs 160 staff at nine offices in six European countries. In total, the company handles 50,000 installations on 50 markets. The share is listed on Nasdaq Stockholm [ZETA]. More information at

Signagelive for Mersive Solstice brings affordable enterprise-class digital signage to your meeting room

Mersive’s Solstice platform offers a wireless presentation experience that puts content to the centre of every meeting. Now, with Signagelive, you can manage your digital signage content while your meeting room or huddle space display is not in use. Simply replace your Solstice default image content with Signagelive’s Browser player URL and publish content using the comprehensive features included.
Turn your static meeting room or huddle space into to communication platform for your staff
With no additional hardware, Signagelive’s Web Content Licence can be used to deliver web content to your Mersive Solstice device. This includes all of our great features such as Layout designer, Network management, Scheduling and more! Simply enter Signagelive’s Browser Player URL, activate the player with a Web Content Licence and publish any web content including the comprehensive range of apps and integrations available in the Signagelive Marketplace.

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Signagelive Web Content Licence launched to deliver enterprise-class digital signage for the web apps, web content and URLs

We are always listening to our customers and partners and looking to improve our offering to make managing and updating your digital signage content simple and easy. As a result of the feedback we have received, there is a growing number of digital signage projects where the requirement is to be able to use the full capabilities of our Signagelive platform to manage and schedule; web apps, web content and URLs without the need to publish and display images and videos. To address this need, we have launched a new Signagelive Web Content Licence.

What is the Web Content Licence?
The Web Content Licence is ideal for customers who are looking for a cost-effective way to schedule and display web content, display dashboards, URLs or want to take advantage of the comprehensive range of 100’s of free and paid apps available in the Signagelive Marketplace. Click here to find out more.

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Leeds Playhouse appoint UXG to transform their digital strategy powered by Signagelive

Leeds-based digital solutions provider UXG has recently completed the works on a project to upgrade the digital strategy and wayfinding media for Leeds Playhouse, as part of the theatres eight-figure transformation.
The newly redeveloped Leeds Playhouse includes upgrades to the Quarry and Courtyard theatres, a new studio space named the Bramall Rock Void, revamped front of house spaces as well as a new city-facing entrance and improved access throughout the building.

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Videotel Digital Reports Tremendous Success in the Healthcare Space from Reseller, Pacific Video Products Inc.

Already a standout in the Videotel Digital product line, the HD2600XD+ Industrial Grade Looping DVD Player proves invaluable for another one of the company’s resellers. The product, due in part to its specific UL approvals for use in hospitals and healthcare facilities, has quickly become a favorite for Pacific Video Products Inc. Both medical grade and healthcare grade, the product automatically powers on, auto-plays, and seamlessly auto loops content without manual interaction. Designed for 24/7 use, it will almost think for its users. It will do things like automatically bypass menus and previews on mainstream DVD movies and autoplay multiple titles. In the event of a power loss and power is resumed, the unit will automatically power back on, and begin to auto seamlessly loop the DVD. Even the volume settings are saved after the power loss. The Annex Q compliant DVD player is an easy choice according to an adept reseller that’s been in business for over forty years.

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NiceFall Widgets srl – DSF Member Interview

1. What does your company do?




System integration – Lighting Design – Projection mapping – Control systems specialist – realtime 3D development
We work side by side with our clients as consultants and general contractors in order to find the best solution for every digital communication requirement. 
2. What’s next for your company/the industry?



We believe immersive experiences are the future of communication. Thru the use of LED displays, projection mapping and projected AR the customer can live a true life experience.


3. Why did you join the DSF?



We are looking for challenging visual request to satisfy our passion for technology.


4. How may fellow DSF members reach you? Please use your primary public contact.



NiceFall Widgets srl
Part of the Hotminds Group
Via Enrico Fermi 13/A
37135 Verona
+39 3403632994

New SLD Designed Bank Branch Opens in China

As one of China’s leading commercial banking groups, Industrial Bank recently partnered with strategic design agency, SLD, to redesign their branch experience. Focused on the principles of connection, sustainability, and innovation, the first prototype branch opened in February, striking the perfect balance between technology and human interaction.

“The new branch design for Industrial Bank is all about creating an environment in which customers can comfortably use digital equipment and also interact with employees,” says Jean-Pierre Lacroix, President of SLD. “It is always great to leverage the latest in technological innovations, but we didn’t want to lose the emotional connection that comes with face to face communication.”

Inside the branch, a warm, approachable, and flexible space utilizes a modular design that offers a personalized and engaging experience for customers. A curved wall in the waiting area symbolizes embracement, while large digital screens are able to display bank information, weather, and stocks. Throughout the space, green walls and LEED certified materials convey a sense of calm, and also demonstrate Industrial Bank’s commitment to sustainability.

“We are beyond excited with how the first branch turned out and can’t wait to see the design rolled out across China,” says Jean-Pierre.

Shikatani Lacroix Design (SLD) is an award-winning leader in strategic design. With offices in Toronto, New York and Shanghai, SLD delivers transformational change for brands, from packaging and environmental design to graphics and digital. Through the proven Blink Factor and Think Blink processes, SLD is inspiring the future of retail experiences.

For more information about SLD, please visit and follow us on LinkedIn, Twitter and Instagram.

Atlantic Terminal Goes Digital

Digital Advertising and Media Network Unveiled

(Montclair, New Jersey) Pearl Media, an award-winning Out-Of-Home Advertising and Marketing Agency, in partnership with Madison International Realty, has unveiled a new place-based digital network at Brooklyn’s Atlantic Terminal. The Atlantic Terminal Network (ATN) went live on February 2nd, providing a dynamic digital canvas inside Downtown Brooklyn’s premier retail destination. Pearl Media is the exclusive media partner for Atlantic Terminal.

“Pearl Media is elated to be the exclusive media and advertising partner for Atlantic Terminal,” said Josh Cohen, CEO/President of Pearl Media. “Our partnership with Madison International Realty, a global real estate investment firm, continues Pearl Media’s successful roll out of digital platforms in best in class real estate assets that help brands connect with consumers where they shop and play,” added Cohen.

Atlantic Terminal is located in New York City’s third-largest central business district, surrounded by a dense concentration of office, residential, retail and event spaces. Anchor stores include Best Buy, Marshalls, Sephora, Target and Uniqlo. The three-story, 760,000 sq. ft. mall is located at the intersection of Flatbush and Atlantic Avenues, Downtown Brooklyn’s bowtie, one of the busiest crossroads in Brooklyn and the heart of the Brooklyn Cultural District. Across the street from Barclay’s Center, it sits above the Long Island Rail Road’s Atlantic Terminal facility and the Atlantic Ave – Barclay’s Center subway station, used by 13 million riders annually.

“We are pleased to partner with Pearl Media. It’s digital network and dynamic interactive displays and directories will help guide Atlantic terminal’s more than 20 million annual visitors through the retail and transit levels of the complex, enhancing the mall experience for both our shoppers and tenants,” said Evan Walke, Madison International Realty portfolio manager.

At Atlantic Terminal Pearl Media has deployed a robust, dynamic digital network consisting of 15 individual media placements. The media opportunity consists of eight (8) 85” LCD displays, four (4) 98” LCD displays and three double-sided 65” LCD kiosk displays. With this dynamic digital canvas local and national brands will be able to tailor their creative for the shopper one the go, while tenant shops will have the ability to message daily sales and other offers to visitors on the spot.

“When you combine the commuters who use the transit facilities, the shoppers who visit on a daily basis with the office workers in and around the terminal it’s no wonder that Atlantic Terminal is truly the hub of the neighborhood,” said Anthony Petrillo, Chief Revenue Officer at Pearl Media “Sitting at the crossroads of one of the busiest intersections in Brooklyn with 25 million vehicles and 18 million pedestrians passing by every year, the Plaza space at the terminal is a prime location for brands to engage consumers with innovative activation campaigns,” added Petrillo.

In addition to the digital network, the media opportunity at Atlantic Terminal Mall includes one static interior wallscape. The venue generates 1,366,164 total weekly impressions according to Geopath data. For more information on media opportunities at Atlantic Terminal contact Anthony Petrillo of Pearl Media at

About Pearl Media
Pearl Media develops, manages and sells unique marketing and digital media opportunities. Working with best in class real estate assets, Pearl digitizes urban core mixed use commercial space, transit centers and transit adjacent properties in top markets with premium place-based digital signage networks. We target and transform premium large format static properties and vacant storefronts into best-in-market out-of-home advertising opportunities. At Pearl we leverage all of our creative and technical disciplines to provide an all-encompassing 360-degree platform that enhances a real estate asset’s persona allowing brands to engage with consumers in meaningful ways where they work, shop, live and play through digital signage, experiential activation spaces and sponsorship opportunities.

About Madison International Realty
Madison International Realty is a leading liquidity provider to real estate investors worldwide. Madison provides equity capital for real estate owners and investors seeking to monetize embedded equity, to replace capital partners seeking an exit and to recapitalize balance sheets. The firm provides equity for recapitalizations, partner buyouts and capital infusions; and acquires joint venture, limited partner and co-investment interests as principals. Madison invests in secondary transactions and focuses solely on existing properties and portfolios in the U.S., U.K., and Europe. Madison has offices in New York, London, Luxembourg, Amsterdam and Frankfurt, where the firm operates under the name of Madison International Realty GmbH.

Ryder Keeps Customers Safe and Informed with BrightSign and Creative Realities

Los Gatos, CA, February 19, 2020 – BrightSign, LLC®, the global market leader in digital signage media players, today announced its continued collaboration with Creative Realities Incorporated (CRI) to integrate its digital signage solutions into hundreds of Ryder’s truck rental locations. Since 2013, CRI has relied on BrightSign’s media players to display interactive content at Ryder locations in the United States and Canada, helping educate customers about the company’s rental vehicles and prepare them for a safe and successful rental and vehicle operation experience on the road.

CRI ( currently manages content at 356 Ryder locations, each of which is outfitted with a 48-inch PCAP Multi-Touch NEC display powered by a BrightSign XD media player. Touchscreen interactivity enables customers to engage directly with the displays and select educational content suited to their specific interests and needs. Informational videos include a wide range of tutorial content such as operating the lift gate, fueling up with diesel and even performing basic engine maintenance, all of which are localized in English, Spanish or French to suit customers at each rental location.

“Providing this rich content enables Ryder to educate customers about safe vehicle operation when it matters most – at the point of rental,” said Joel Eigege, Ryder Vice President and Global Product Manager for Rental. “Customer education helps reduce the risk of accidents, which minimizes fleet downtime and provides for a satisfying, successful customer experience.”

Ryder prides itself as a very tech-forward organization, with a great deal of technology invested in fleet management and the operation of every vehicle. To that end, the company recently expanded its digital signage network to include the ability for customers to watch and learn on site, but also to email instructional video content to their mobile devices for reference at the moment it’s needed most, when operating their truck. Enabling customers to send videos to themselves greatly decreases Ryder’s reliance on hardcopy brochures and reduces the company’s annual spend on printed materials.

Overseeing network management across hundreds of endpoints tasks CRI with the responsibility of ensuring all displays perform flawlessly with minimal intervention. The importance of network reliability led CRI to BrightSign.

“Although a single display in each location is fairly straightforward at the local level, scaling to hundreds of locations across the country greatly increases our exposure in the event of network downtime,” said Beth Warren, CRI’s SVP Marketing and Retail Practice. “The reliability of BrightSign’s players all but eliminates the possibility of hardware failure and enables us to focus on delivering contextually relevant and educational content to make renting and operating tech-forward vehicles safe and straightforward.”

Google analytics are built into the platform and reviewed monthly, enabling Ryder to evaluate which videos are watched and utilized most, as well as filtered by site, geography, size and other criteria.

“Analytics are a key component of our signage network in that they measure how successfully we’re reaching and educating our customers,” continued Eigege. “Not only can we see which videos are most commonly viewed and downloaded, we can also pinpoint which sites are underutilizing their screens and make necessary adjustments to help them get the most out of this educational content.”

In addition to instructional videos, CRI integrates real-time RSS-fed content, including weather information and local news feeds. Incorporating these real-time content sources grabs the attention of customers in-store and increases the overall value of what’s presented on-screen.

For more information about BrightSign’s complete portfolio of digital signage products, visit

About BrightSign
BrightSign LLC, the global market leader in digital signage media players, is headquartered in Los Gatos, California, with offices in Europe and Asia. BrightSign manufactures media players and provides free software and networking solutions for the commercial digital signage market worldwide, serving all vertical segments of the digital signage marketplace. From entry-level BrightSign LS players to BrightSign XT players offering state-of-the-art technology and unsurpassed performance, BrightSign’s products are known for their signature reliability, affordability, ease-of-use, and market-leading technology. For more information, visit Follow BrightSign at and

BrightSign integrates CMS partners into

Drop-down user-selectable integrations to be demonstrated at ISE

BrightSign LLC®, the global market leader in digital signage media players, is announcing it will ship with more than a dozen leading CMS partners integrated into its network management platform being launched at ISE 2020 (8-E200). In the first week of February, will be publicly available, and the CMS partners will be selectable from a drop-down list within the UI during player set-up. No fewer than 21 partner solutions are being shown on BrightSign’s stand, and four partners – Samsung Tizen, Intuiface, Navori Labs and Matrox – are announcing their own collaborations with BrightSign at ISE. Control Cloud is a free subscription included with every BrightSign player that delivers cloud connectivity for real-time player control from anywhere using the new remote diagnostic web server, as well as simple setup and provisioning features. Control Cloud also gives the end-user an easy and quick choice of CMS with the following partners integrated now, and more to come:

  • 22Miles
  • Appspace
  • Creative Realities, Inc.
  • Industry Weapon
  • Intuiface
  • MVIX
  • OnSign
  • REACH Media Network
  • Revel Digital
  • RMG
  • Signagelive
  • Techex
  • Tripleplay Digital Signage
  • Wallboard
  • Wovenmedia
  • Zynchro

“We’re thrilled that so many of our CMS partners are embracing,” said BrightSign CEO, Jeff Hastings. “This rapid adoption speaks volumes about the value that brings to the digital signage ecosystem. And these 16 partners are just the beginning – we’ll have more news to share on the CMS front in the weeks and months ahead.”

Other partners, such as Four Winds Interactive and Reflect Systems, are integrating their software in custom ways to deliver features to their customers. All BrightSign players running BrightSign OS 8 include a free subscription to Control Cloud. Regardless of the software chosen for a project, these can connect – at no charge – to and take advantage of Control Cloud services.

BrightSign is also committed to working with technology partners to enable unique digital signage experiences. Well-known brands promoting their integration with BrightSign at ISE 2020 include:

  • Samsung Tizen (4S-100) is delivering monitoring and maintenance features via
  • Intuiface (8C-353) is announcing the addition of BrightSign support to its platform dedicated to the creation, deployment and analysis of interactive digital experiences for physical spaces.
  • Navori Labs (8-E212) is announcing QL Player for BrightSign, bringing its innovations for player synchronization, dynamic data feeds, conditional triggering and more to BrightSign customers worldwide.
  • Matrox and BrightSign have worked together to create a premium video wall demonstration at this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) at stand 11-D120, demonstrating the impact created by harnessing BrightWall’s wide range of configuration options and QuadHead2Go’s dynamic multi-monitor support.

Altogether, hardware and software from 21 industry-leading partners will be featured in demonstrations on the BrightSign booth. They include:

  • Tripleplay IPTV streaming
  • D3 LED booth headers and DreamLED content
  • Red Dot Digital Media content
  • First Impression and Kollins Communications content and technology solutions
  • Nexmosphere elements for experience
  • Signagelive, 22Miles, Appspace, Tightrope, ViaDirect CMS partners
  • Bluefox audience measurement
  • Bluefin, Mimo and Media Wave BrightSign Built-In displays
  • Zygnage, NEC, Samsung, LG and ELO displays

For more information about BrightSign’s complete portfolio of digital signage products, visit

About BrightSign

BrightSign LLC, the global market leader in digital signage media players, is headquartered in Los Gatos, California, with offices in Europe and Asia. BrightSign manufactures media players and provides free software and cloud networking solutions for the commercial digital signage market worldwide, serving all vertical segments of the digital signage marketplace. From entry-level BrightSign LS players to BrightSign XT players offering state-of-the-art technology and unsurpassed performance, BrightSign’s products are known for their signature reliability, affordability, ease-of-use and market-leading technology. For more information, visit Follow BrightSign at and