iSuppli announces professional displays webinar
Sep 20, 2005
The signage and professional displays market is poised to expand to nearly $14 billion in revenue in 2009, up from about $9 billion in 2004, according to iSuppli Corp.
The market consists of large-sized displays used in multiple non-consumer applications, including sports, live events, rental, trade shows, retail-signage, transportation, financial exchanges, education, conference rooms, simulation and control rooms. Display technologies used in the signage and professional displays market include front projection; rear projection; plasma; LCD; LED video and LED text, graphics and animation.
With such vast size and fast growth, and with so many applications and technologies encompassed within it, the signage and professional displays market is big, complicated and rapidly-changing.
To help the industry understand the direction of this highly-complex market, iSuppli on Wednesday, Sep. 21 will host a Webinar entitled Signs of Change: A Signage and Professional Displays Webinar. The Webinar will provide insight on issues including:
-- Among the different non-consumer applications for large-screen displays, which one will grow the fastest and why?
-- Which technology will be successful in the retail-signage, transportation, education, indoor-venue and rental markets?
-- Will plasma, LCD, projection or LED technology win in the various signage and professional display categories?
-- What are the resolution and size requirements in each market within the signage and professional-display segment?
-- How can display manufacturers survive in this complicated and highly-fragmented market?
Hosted by Sanju Khatri, principal analyst, projection and large displays, the Signs of Change Webinar will take place on Wednesday, Sep. 21, 2005 at 8:30 A.M. U.S. Pacific Time.
Attendees can call in to the Webinar to hear Khatri's comments and can use an Internet browser to view the presentation slides. Khatri will take questions from Webinar attendees.