At The London LED Summit, expert speakers will be looking at the LED Video Market Evolution in Western Europe, what the opportunities are for ultra-fine pitch, miniLED and MicroLED and the purpose of shape-changing displays.
We will also explore how award winning LED installs are put together, discuss the LED opportunities within Corporate lobbies and atriums and take a detailed look at retail and physical design.
Tuesday May 18, 2021
09.30 Welcome | Adrian J Cotterill | Editor-in-Chief | DailyDOOH
10.00 Opportunities and Challenges for the LED Industry | Bob Kronman | Director | Kronman Associates
Acknowledged industry expert Bob will give his thoughts on how outdoor and indoor pixel pitch expectations are changing, he will look at all the various channels to market and importantly at this time, look at the challenges from pandemics to politics for manufacturing, shipping and delivery.
10.45 Can LED Keep Up With The Innovative Trends In Digital Signage? | Jenny Hicks | Head of Technology | Midwich Group
Jenny will be looking at the core trends in signage and how LED can easily lend itself to immersive spaces and interactive signage. She will discuss the image quality of OLED solutions vs SMD technologies (particularly with 8K displays now available) and take a look at versatile/mobile solutions, creative canvases and transparent solutions.
11.45 Elevating Your Space By Adding Experience| Peter Gustafsson | Business Development Europe | SNA Displays, and Johan Skepparman | Business Development Europe | SNA Displays
Former H&M Digital Signage Project Managers, Peter and Johan have a vast amount of experience in the retail market segment alone and they will be sharing with the audience what you need to know about retail when selling, installing and planning LED installations.
12:15 Re-Imagining Retail | Dan Horgan | Director of Sales, UK | YCD
It has only taken a couple of years for retail to switch from LCD to LED and almost at the same time for retail to re-invent and re-position itself as an ‘experience’ as opposed to necessarily purely a shopping medium. Retail has joined visitor centres, corporate lobbies and indeed the airport as something that is better as an experience. Let’s look at how and why?
12.45 Closing Remarks | Adrian J Cotterill | Editor-in-Chief | DailyDOOH