American Institute of Architects learning about digital signage

 
Dec. 3, 2013

Digital signage is quickly becoming a design standard in public spaces, says flexible LED signage provider NanoLumens. And to help architects stay current on the latest digital signage trends and technologies, the company has developed a series of courses to be offered through the American Institute of Architects' continuing education system.

According to NanoLumens Director of Business Development and Demand Generation Nathan Remmes, NanoLumens wants to help architects implement effective digital signage into their designs. "Architects shape the world around us, and their visions are constantly evolving," he said in a company announcement of the courses. "Large-format digital signage is a major component of modern buildings and public spaces, and it's our responsibility to provide useful information and training to the professionals who create these spaces."

NanoLumens' first education course, titled "Large Format Indoor Display Technologies," is now available for registration and teaches participants about the various technologies available for indoor digital signage applications, as well as the motivation, goals and ROI relevant to a large-format indoor display. This course is especially suited for commercially focused firms and helps participants identify the ideal display technology for specific applications based on the pros and cons of each display type, the announcement said.

To schedule a course viewing or session, interested parties can go to http://www.nanolumens.com/nanolumens-aia-ces/. The company said it will introduce subsequent courses throughout 2014.

Learn more about digital signage integration.


Topics: Display Technology , Education / Schools , Installation / Integration , LED Signs , Trends / Statistics


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