SYNNEX Legrand | AV teams with BrightSign and InReality to offer new Safe Space Solutions

Eden Prairie, MN – October 28, 2020 – Legrand | AV announces today a partnership with BrightSign and InReality to develop a portfolio of new Safe Space Solutions to help enterprise customers safely operate their businesses in the face of new COVID-19 health regulations. By pairing the latest temperature-screening and occupancy-monitoring technology with Chief‘s newly developed tablet series mounts, businesses will have access to a wide range of all-in-one solutions built on the industry’s most robust, enterprise-ready Safe Space platform.

“The power of InReality’s Safe Space platform is its flexibility to build solutions around a host of hardware configurations to suit each customer’s specific use case,” said Ryan Cahoy, Chief Revenue Officer at InReality. “With Legrand | AV and BrightSign now part of our Safe Space offering, our customers will have access to some of the most rugged and robust hardware components available to build a range of Safe Space Solutions capable of addressing the many challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.”

The Safe Space Solutions offer a wide range of functionality centered on the InReality platform that streamlines the process of collecting and managing important compliance data. From temperature screening to occupancy monitoring, whether at a single location or thousands of locations, InReality’s advanced software platform and suite of connected solutions automate safe access and bring peace of mind to any business.

The platform is powered by the industry’s most reliable and robust media players from BrightSign. Legrand | AV offers a full portfolio of tabletop and floor-standing infrastructure solutions from Chief, paired with InReality’s software suite on a BrightSign platform. Complete your Safe Space Solution by adding Chief‘s Q&A tablet accessory and/or Brother printer accessory, and you have everything you need to bring peace of mind to your employees and visitors.

To learn more Legrand | AV’s Tablet Stand Series from Chief, visit here.

Discuss your project with Legrand |AV’s dedicated Digital Signage Team here.

Visit here to learn more about the team’s complete portfolio of Safe Space Solutions.

For more information about BrightSign’s complete portfolio of digital signage products, visit here.

New InReality White Paper Provides Holistic Guidance on Safe Space Strategy

The 6 Ps of Safe Space Strategy” is the latest resource in InReality’s Learning Center to help resellers and their clients navigate the Safe Space landscape.

Atlanta, GA, October 29, 2020 – InReality, LLC, a leading venue analytics software solution company, has launched a white paper to support strategic planning when creating a Safe Space ecosystem of prevention. “The 6 Ps of Safe Space Strategy” takes a holistic view and includes guidance on factors relating to people, process, place, pixels, proof and profit.

Adding To a Robust Safe Space Resource

The white paper is the latest resource in InReality’s recently launched Learning Center. The online article repository fills a knowledge gap and shares learnings that help businesses make informed decisions in a rapidly changing environment. Based on first-hand observations and industry conversations, the Learning Center was created to help educate resellers and limit their risks so that they may do the same for their clients.

“We created this white paper to help businesses create an ecosystem of prevention,” says Laura Davis-Taylor, InReality’s Chief Strategy Officer. “This starts with thinking about how to protect people and businesses, both physically and fiscally. There is a lot of gray area between what a business should do and what they are mandated to do. It’s crucial to take a wide-angle view in order to identify and shore up any areas of potential risk.”

What Are the 6 Ps of Safe Space Strategy?

Taking a holistic view of Safe Space strategy means considering the following factors:

  • People — Customers and employees alike must feel safe within a business.
  • Process — Businesses must account for government mandates along with internal HR and legal policies.
  • Place / Physical — Consider customer experience, comfort level and communication when implementing physical Safe Space procedures.
  • Pixels — New and emerging technology tools can help automate Safe Space processes and manage data.
  • Proof — Public perception and proof of corporate compliance are equally important.
  • Profit — Automating Safe Space processes, tracking the cost of lost business and avoiding lawsuits tie directly into a business’s bottom line.

A Joint Industry Effort

“This white paper and the Learning Center itself is a labor of love,” says Davis-Taylor. “The industry is a very tight knit community and the only way we will solve these new issues is by sharing knowledge. It’s our job to enable the industry by sharing what we’re seeing and learning, and hopefully give others a springboard for their strategic planning.”

InReality has been in the trenches of this new territory with key ecosystem partners, many of whom share their thoughts within the white paper. Industry partners in this pursuit for insight include Legrand | AV, BrightSign and Elo. The industry is encouraged to link to the Learning Center and sign up for updates. Reach out to Laura Davis-Taylor at to suggest topics for consideration as Learning Center content is updated regularly. 

Access the white paper at, and visit InReality’s Learning Center at

About InReality

InReality is a venue analytics platform that transforms any tracking, measurement and influencing technology into the metrics that matter most. They do it by harnessing data from IoT sensors and other measurement and influencing technologies into one simple platform that produces only the most critical KPIs, then enabling predictive or personalized responses. With it, venues can both prove and improve their ‘phygital’ touch points across multiple locations at scale, but without the complexity or limitations of multiple sensors and disparate dashboards. Owners and retailers make their spaces safer and more meaningful for their patrons, and brand advertisers finally get the analytic ammunition they need to optimize their strategies and defend their marketing spend. To learn more or discuss how InReality’s platform can optimize your Safe Space Solutions, go to or email us at

Creative Realities Unveils Contactless, AI-Enabled Temperature Detection Solution

We are delighted to be part of the solving the “getting back to business” challenge with our US partner, Creative Realities and the power of our InReality platform. Want to know how our Thermal Mirror stands apart from the off-the-shelf solutions? Contact CRI here! (

Date: May 12, 2020
Source Articles: AV Network

The What: Creative Realities announced the launch of an AI-integrated, contactless temperature inspection station. The ThermalMirror is a turnkey, plug-and-play solution that addresses the urgent need for businesses and employers to build consumer and employee confidence as the world goes back to work as stay-at-home orders are reduced or relieved throughout the United States. It is available immediately.

The What Else: Rick Mills, Chief Executive Officer, remarked, “Due to COVID-19, every single vertical we serve is facing the challenge of how to mitigate fears of safely visiting and returning to work, irrespective of industry. Our core business is built around technologies that inspire better customer experiences, and this is the most critical barrier brands and businesses are facing today.”

“We felt an obligation to assist in addressing this concern, and we believe that the ThermalMirror is an ideal solution,” Mills continues. “We’re able to put our digital integration experience to work, to wrap the software interface with a customized experience designed for virtually every commercial use case. Moreover, we can capture analytics that help our clients meet their operational, compliance and HR requirements.”

The ThermalMirror leverages thermal technology, which captures infrared radiation from objects and creates an electronic image and results based on temperature differences. Thermal cameras have been used before, but have been cost prohibitive to significantly scale up their use. By integrating the technology with an AI-enabled software platform powered by our partners, InReality, important functionality like response customization, analytics, networking and synchronizing of ThermalMirrors, anomaly alerts and compliance logs for legal audit trails become available, making them more practical for large-scale use.

“CRI and InReality are technology companies, but this challenge starts with human psychology. The fact is, we don’t have all the facts. When perception is reality, this is one thing we can do now. It’s important that we’re sensitive-we don’t know how people and employees will respond to each new circumstance that comes about as a result of COVID-19,” comments Laura Davis-Taylor, InReality Chief Strategy Officer. “We see our responsibility as creating the most effective interaction design possible while working to meet compliance requirements. The partnership with CRI allows us to design, develop and deliver a rapid solution at the speed and scale the marketplace requires at this very vulnerable time in our lives.”

The Bottom Line: What makes the ThermalMirror a safe space solution is the artificial intelligence and full analytics capabilities behind it. Combined with the ability for to data integrate with other cloud-based systems, as well as networking, this becomes an enterprise level solution that elevates its position in the marketplace.

More Digital Signage Solutions Companies Coming Up With Tech For Pandemic Measures

More digital signage companies are betting technology investments in the next few months will be built around pandemic measures, and marketing products that see are solutions to mostly new problems. CRI, in particular, has worked with inReality to build off the base sensing capabilities by adding AI and analytics. It’s a smart move and small solutions companies are in a better position to get things into the market than giant access control companies that would tend to need a bazillion Zoom meetings before they were ready to sell and ship something. 

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