This November F2B Services worked alongside Merrill Lynch during one of their major business conferences. A total of 16 F2B units were used; 13 Duplexes and 3 Vantage Point units.
Slim units were placed all throughout the Ritz Carlton venue displaying short videos of animated text. Each Slim unit displayed text relating to its particular section. For example, one unit was placed near the dining hall that displayed a video message directing attendees to their designated dining area.
The Vantage Point units displayed custom software written by our software development team that catered to Merrill Lynch’s particular vision. In this case, Merrill Lynch decided to break up the separate screens, displaying different videos and corresponding interactive pieces as well.
Below is our recap video of the event and some photos we snapped on-site!
This weekend, Versailles, France hosted the 2016 New York Times International Luxury Conference. F2B Services proudly provided a number of custom digital signage solutions which were displayed around the conference. Among the solutions provided were The Point, a 133” conference centerpiece, and multiple Slim units to complement the overall functionality. Each unit featured touch-enabled, custom F2B software packages.
The annual conference was moderated by the New York Times’ Fashion Director, Vanessa Friedman, along with many of their award winning journalists. In attendance were executives from the world’s most influential fashion and technology companies. Their goals were to tackle the most critical challenges facing the world of luxury consumer goods, and to discuss how to take advantage of today’s opportunities.
F2B Services’ Vantage Point solution was featured at BMC National Stock Meeting 2016 in Las Vegas. The Six screen interactive configuration utilized our custom software to help creatively showcase numerous photos for BMC and their clients.
The Cleveland Cavaliers show off interactive technology at their Fan Appreciation Day. F2B Services provided massive touchscreens for fans to see their favorite players and their own live twitter feeds on. WireStone developed the software that enabled the hardware to truly come alive for audiences.