Digital-out-of-Home (DooH) screens
We worked with the local city internet provider to set up a WiFi infrastructure with free hotspots for event visitors. These hotspots also served as connection points, serving live content to the screens via the doWow system.
City’s police and fire service departments had a direct hotline to deliver emergency alerts via doWow infrastructure.
Event partner pages: AIDA Cruises
We worked with Kiel Week’s partner, AIDA Cruises, on an individual marketing concept. We fully integrated their fan pages into doWow playout system and relayed all traffic in a tightly controlled environment to ensure a seamless connection for the event’s main clients.
doWow content moderation system allows to switch, update, add or delete content or even change the layout in a matter of seconds on all digital screens. Viewers can consume the event content without page or browser refresh.
A team of 15 live reporters generated content throughout the Kiel Week – this continuous live coverage was integrated into doWow moderation system, making it easy for the social media team to show content to the audience.
During the Kiel Week festival, we controlled the live content narrative with low latency, moderating and swapping content according to the agenda, live streams, or even last-minute partner requests.
Engagement & interaction
We integrated multiple media walls into venue screens, TVs and websites, providing Kiel Week with an infrastructure for live reporting about the competition, event navigation, cultural activities, food courts, security, and aggregating user-generated content.
With the help of doWow media wall structure, all this content was played out to DooH screens, official website and an app during specific times without overwhelming or confusing the visitors.