The foundation of any digital signage system is its hardware. Knowing what components are right for system is a crucial step to creating the most effective signage possible. In this guide, learn about screens, media players, connectivity and best practices to ensure a high-quality system.
Video walls and multidisplay configurations are moving away from being expensive and exotic status symbols and toward being a more commonplace application in stores, restaurants, hospitality, transportation centers and many other public places. From airports to government command-and-control centers, video...
Choosing the right components for a digital signage system at the point of purchase can ultimately save an owner time and money. While it is tempting to choose cheaper components, investing in hardware and software with scalability and flexibility ensures durability and minimizes the need for upgrades.
Like any technology, digital signage is vulnerable to wear and tear. But when a digital signage display goes down, repair can be expensive and disrupt the flow of customers. Following a few simple steps to maintaining digital signage can help prolong the life of the technology and make it a valuable investment for a business.
Careful planning can help ensure the success of a digital signage project. Learn about the four key elements of installation, connectivity, software and hardware when beginning a digital signage implementation.
PROPORT™ - Enable as a kiosk, point-of-sale terminal, digital signage player, and all-in-one customer-facing tablet solution. How is it different than any other tablet you’ve used before? PROPORT delivers all the functionality you need, right out of the box.
Led by the desire to more actively engage with their
congregations, churches are increasingly integrating
technology into their facilities - from incorporating
everything from live presentations and videos to
concert-grade sound systems to digital communications
Effective Health and Safety policies are critical to an organisation’s Business Continuity, Risk Management and Corporate and Social Responsibility (CSR). This whitepaper outlines a range of cases where Health and Safety policies have failed to protect organisations against events which have had a significant impact on their financial stability.
ONELAN offers a range of integrated signage
which combines the digital signage player into
the display panel itself. These space saving
products are ideal for making an impact with
shelf edge and point of interest applications.
Students utilize technology for more than just social media and shopping.
They rely on it for studying and wayfinding, as well as general
announcements. Campuses that use digital signage communications are able
to connect with their student body through a medium that they use and love.
KPN, main sponsor of the Rijksmuseum, decided to bring paintings to the public during the 1 year anniversary of the newly renovated museum. From 13 to 19 April 2014 paintings from the famous gallery literally came to life via 86 digital displays that were positioned around 16 metro stations in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
4K video, also referred to as Ultra High Definition (UHD), delivers stunning beauty and resolution in digital signage and video extension applications. As with all new technology, it presents challenge that make deployment tricky. Black Box outlines the piece of the 4K puzzle and how to put them together in this white paper.
Drive digital signage on up to three independent displays from a single player with Shuttle’s
newest triple-display DS87, an ultra-compact barebones with support for high-performance
4th generation Core i3/i5/i7 processors.
BrightSign collaborated with Planar Systems to create the world’s largest mosaic video wall at a luxury
boutique hotel in Surfside, Florida. Nestled between Miami Beach and Bal Harbour, this luxury hotel
celebrated its grand opening in November 2014, welcoming visitors who expect and demand the very
best in style and technology.
An environment as massive and diverse as the Georgia
Aquarium, the second-largest aquarium in the world with
more than 60 exhibits and 10 million gallons of fresh and
marine water, needs a sophisticated and unique way to
interact and engage with its visitors.