Munich | Shortly after the UN Climate Conference, Digital Signage leaders from Europe and the Middle East gathered on a similar occasion: at the invidis Executive Lounge Dinner, we exchanged ideas about how Green Signage can look like.
Last week, with support from Google, invidis invited 36 executives from the Digital Signage industry to Munich. The purpose of this Executive Lounge Dinner was the launch of our Green Signage Handbook – a guide for those looking to make their Digital Signage networks more sustainable. Green Signage, a term we introduced three years ago, was also the theme of the evening.
The guests themselves contributed significantly to the topic: Martijn Vanderwoude from PPDS shared how his company halved the power consumption of LCD displays. Stan Richter from SignageOS explained how a European city saved millions in electricity costs through the remote management of outdoor displays. Robert Bryhn from Zetadisplay brought a similar example from Oslo’s main train station.
Inspired by these success stories, we aim to delve deeper into Green Signage in the future – and for this purpose, we have this brand-new platform: invidis.com, presented by Google. You can look forward to reading more on the topic here in the future.