CAYIN digital signage increases engagement at Taipei school

March 23, 2012

Digital signage solution provider CAYIN Technology Co. announced today that it has successfully deployed a digital signage system in Taipei (Taiwan)  Fuhsing Private School "to increase involvement and create a timely paperless information channel."

CAYIN used its SMP-WEBDUO media player to manage a multiscreen digital signage deployment, allowing the school to deploy a digital signage video wall within a limited budget.

Fuhsing Private School installed a video wall near the main entrance of the school so students and faculty can watch campus updates when they pass by the gate. The school also uses it to promote student achievements and, at the same time, to foster parental involvement while they wait at the main entrance to pick up their children, CAYIN said.

The video wall is composed of six 42-inch, high-brightness commercial LCD screens and managed by one CAYIN SMP-WEBDUO digital signage player.

Based on the same system structure, the school installed another three-by-three video wall in its auditorium, allowing messages to reach students during activities and ceremonies.

In addition to the entrance and auditorium, Fuhsing also installed nine 32-inch LCD screens in the cafeteria. Managed centrally by another SMP-WEB4 digital signage player, these screens can be widely used to announce school policies, promote academic seminars and recognize outstanding performances of students and the faculty.

CAYIN's digital signage players support the most popular Web languages and multimedia formats, the company said, allowing the school to broadcast real-time chorus performances, sports games, field trip pictures, wall of fame, emergency messages and other kinds of video, Flash, HTML, ticker and image files.

Read more about digital signage in schools.

Topics: Education / Schools , Hardware , Installation / Integration , Networks

Companies: CAYIN Technology Co., LTD

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