Schools And Businesses Alike Enhance Collaborative Environments With Nec Display's New Ultra-short-throw Projectors

Schools And Businesses Alike Enhance Collaborative Environments With NEC Display's New Ultra-Short-Throw ProjectorsToday’s schools face a multitude of challenges – from investing in the latest education technology for the classroom (global spending reached $13-billion in 2013, according to FutureSource Consulting), to keeping up with government policies and economic forces, to managing tight budgets. Likewise, businesses desire greater collaboration with stakeholders to derive competitive advantages. By 2018, Gartner predicts digital business will require 50 percent fewer process workers and 500 percent more key digital business jobs compared to traditional models. The emergence of digital businesses is driving a shift in the relationship between people and machines.

Affordable Options Grow For Medical Imaging Professionals With Latest Nec Multisync Md Series Displays

Affordable Options Grow For Medical Imaging Professionals With Latest NEC Multisync MD Series DisplaysToday’s healthcare professionals are being asked to do more and improve patient experiences in their facilities. The impetus is the Affordable Care Act, which is driving dramatic changes in radiology and other modalities, including the establishment of new payment models that encourage cost-effective care and performance-based incentives based on quality.

Sharp Launches Full Hd Professional Displays With Built-in Usb Media Player

Sharp Launches Full HD Professional Displays With Built-in USB Media PlayerSharp today announces that its new PN-Y range of edge lit LED monitors, with an in-built USB media player, is now available to buy across Europe. The displays can play video and images cued on an “autoplay” list, without being attached to a network, making them ideal for simple and trouble free signage applications. Easy-to-use, solid and affordable, the PN-Y Series is available in four sizes, from 32” to 55”.

Nichia To Release Laser Diodes For Head-up Displays

Nichia to Release Laser Diodes for Head-up DisplaysNichia Corp announced that it will commercialize blue (B) and green (G) semiconductor laser diodes for automotive head-up displays (HUDs).
Though a variety of semiconductor laser diodes have already been commercialized, they will be the first blue and green products for automotive applications, Nichia said. The company plans to start to ship samples in October 2014 and begin volume production in October 2015.