iSIGN has been asked by the Region of York to participate in the Region's pavilion at Collision Conference 2020, along with 8 other York region tech companies. This event will take place June 22 to 25 and will be held at the Enercare Centre in Toronto. York Region's desire is to showcase various technology companies with offices in the Region, as well as to promote York Region to the numerous corporate representatives expected to attend this year's conference.
iSIGN's attendance has been requested as York Region, which includes the City of Richmond Hill, values our technology and understands what it is capable of achieving. The City of Richmond Hill in awarding iSIGN as one of its Innovators of the Year for 2019, described our technology as disruptive and capable of transforming industries.
Collision is the fastest growing technology conference in North America and is the sister event of the Web Summit. It is considered to be "a crossroads for the world's most influential buyers, sellers, emerging companies and policymakers."
The 2019 conference attracted 25,711 attendees from 125 countries around the world, with the United States, Canada, Germany and Brazil being amount the top attending countries. The conference featured 850 exhibitors and 730 speakers, with 921 media reps from 610 publications in 38 countries.
The 2020 conference is expected to attract 30,000+ attendees and 1,300+ journalists from over 100 countries. Based on prior conferences, the expectation is that over 66% of attendees will hold senior corporate management positions and that over 1,600 Chief Executive Officers from major corporations will be in attendance. With tickets to the exhibition floor only priced at $750 and tickets that include speakers dinners and access to the speakers lounge priced at $2,595 and $9,495 respectively, this conference is designed for serious corporate attendees who are anxious to gain knowledge about existing, new and emerging technology.
iSIGN is proud to have been one of the few companies located in York Region invited to participate in their pavilion.
The following is a link to the conference's website:
Collision Conference 2020
Our technician's visit to Las Vegas was very productive. He was able to examine various installations, both mobile and stationary, provide some tips and approve of the work that has been done.
With the training of Hi-Tek's staff on the loading of content now completed, Hi-Tek has completed the loading of various ads/messages to run on the Omni Veil Digital Platform. This allows Hi-Tek/Omni Veil to provide demonstrations to other prospective sites for Omni Veil installations, as well as to gather metrics to show various brands the reach and effectiveness of advertising on the Omni Veil Digital Platform.
The attached photos were taken by our technician during his visit. The first photo shows a non-metallic NEMA rated cabinet containing an iSIGN Smart Antenna and modem as installed on emergency vehicles. The second photo shows a Quality Towing employee working on an installation into one of their vehicles. The third photo was taken at Quality Towing's shop, taken to attempt to show the size of their operations. The fourth and final photo is of an installation on a light pole behind the fuel pumps at Morton's Truck Centre, taken from a boom lift truck used so that our technician could inspect their various outdoor installations. In total, Morton's has five units - one inside the food court and four outside locations. The other outdoor locations being the front street sign; in the middle of the truck parking lot and the western edge of the parking lot.
Here is an example of the continued growth of the Omni Veil Digital Platform, which is fully powered by iSIGN's patented technology and hardware.
Hi-Tek has, at their own expense, purchased and installed digital signage for a gas station location for the purposes of providing a demonstration of iSIGN's technology in delivering messages to mobile devices along with digital signage. One of our technicians forwarded the below picture from this gas station location that the Hi-Tek/Omni Veil system operates on. Additionally, we included below some examples of the ads that are being delivered to mobile devices as well as displayed on the gas pump digital signage.
In addition to being used for commercial content, the signage will also advertise the Omni Veil Digital Platform at the pumps. Note that this truck stop is affiliated with other truck stop locations across the United States.
Yesterday our senior technician met with staff of Hi-Tek/Omni Veil to review and demonstrate installation procedures (Smart Antenna, PODs, modems, etc.) and connectivity. This demonstration as well as the resulting Q and A , was fully documented, in writing and by video and photos by their staff.
Our technician walked their staff through a comprehensive, detailed review of our back-end dashboards and demonstrated the procedures for loading ads (note that iSIGN had loaded the samples ads currently in use on the live Omni Veil network). Again, all of this was fully documented by staff to their stated complete satisfaction.
Today, our technician will be with Hi-Tek for their further meeting with the hotel/casino chain, to provide input with their ongoing presentations, specifically demonstrating hardware functionality, messaging (both commercial and security), reporting and to provide suggestions for unit placement and installations.
As well, he will be taken to Quality Towing to inspect the installed units to comment upon and provide possible suggestions to improve upon their processes and unit placement for Hi-Tek's next shipment of hardware for emergency vehicles.
Additionally, he will be with Hi-Tek/Omni Veil when they meet with one of the truck stop locations that Hi-Tek anticipates signing on as an Omni Veil Digital Platform site and advertiser.
As always, further updates will be provided as forwarded and approved for release.
We thought you might like to see 2 sample ads that have been loaded to the Omni Veil network for broadcast on emergency vehicles, truck stops and hotels.