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Digital signage hits the Jackpot in Las Vegas

Tripleplay’s recent digital signage and IPTV project for Resorts World Las Vegas

Uniguest will be showing new features for its digital engagement and experience platforms, including refreshed UIs, and integration with Microsoft PowerBI and Azure Face API. There’s also new hardware, such as an 8K digital signage and IPTV media player, and a super-fast 4K low-latency encoder.

The company now has numerous brands that will be exhibiting at ISE, including Tripleplay, Onelan, Otrum, MediaStar (stand 5D350) and Planet eStream.

Steve Rickless, channels CEO of Uniguest, said: “We’ve gone through another few months of tremendous change bringing new acquisitions onboard and maintaining our organic growth trajectory. We’ve also been able to continue with our investment programme and are delighted to be able to share some exciting new releases across our product suite with our existing and new customers.”

One recent installation has been at Resorts World Las Vegas, the first integrated resort built on the Strip in over a decade. It needed state-of-the-art AV to delight audiences and wanted an enterprise-level scalable digital signage and IPTV platform for content delivery and management, for which it turned to Tripleplay.

Every building in the resort is now a digital canvas, with dynamic content shown across the resort, including three exterior LED screens dominating its facades with content synced across three buildings, plus a 15.25m globe in the resort’s promenade. A further 5,200 displays and LED screens have been installed throughout the resort.

Stand number: 5B440