BrightSign digital signage tech in business at UC Irvine

 
March 23, 2011

Six networked BrightSign digital players have been installed at the University of California, Irvine on the Paul Merage School of Business campus, according to an announcement from BrightSign.

The turnkey solid-state media controllers include five BrightSign HD210s with high-definition looping playlist support and a BrightSign HD1010 Interactive player. In addition to delivering school news combined with RSS feeds, the HD210s deliver alumni success stories while the interactive HD1010 drives a touch-screen directory of more than 200 faculty and staff offices.

With its remodeling projects, UCI's School of Business replaced outmoded communications systems with BrightSign high-definition digital displays to provide modern, engaging signage solutions for four different communications applications.

The first area to be upgraded was the lobby outside a classroom sponsored by Experian in the Business School's main SB Building where a BrightSign HD210 player displays a series of JPG images of Experian alumni and their biographies.

The biography series concludes with an appreciation screen thanking Experian for its sponsorship before automatically looping back to the first screen in the series.

"The HD210 PC-less controller for the digital sign in the Experian Lobby was purchased directly from BrightSign and I installed it myself," UCI System Administrator Toshi Nakamura said in the announcement. "Following the successful deployment of our digital display in the Experian Lobby, we added four more HD210 displays and an HD1010 interactive player in the business school's main building, the SB building."


Topics: Hardware

Companies: BrightSign


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