Digital Signage in the Hotel Industry

Digital signage applications are spreading throughout hotels, from the lobby to the conference center to the room. Learn about new concepts for informing and engaging hotel guests through digital signage, and how to make the network work for the hotel.

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Sponsor: LG Electronics USA, Inc.


The Connected QSR

Successful restaurant operators typically are skilled at serving great food, not managing IT infrastructure. A 4G LTE network can make the task of managing a restaurant's digital devices a breeze.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Cradlepoint


Creating the Next- Generation Digital Hotel

Streamlining operations and delivering the guest experiences that drive competitive advantage.

Type: White Paper

Sponsor: Intel Corporation


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Keys to dayparting and digital signage

Whether you're scheduling radio ads for 'morning drive time,' time-sensitive Facebook posts or breakfast menus on digital menu boards, changing your message based on the time of day is a simple but crucial element of any communications strategy.

Digital signage sitting down with interactive tabletops

Pizza Hut is probably the last place in the world this digital signage and self-service expert expected to be wowed by technology, but he can admit when he's wrong. See where else interactive digital signage tabletops are making inroads.

Digital signage flying right vs. digital signage hide-and-seek wrong

On several recent business trips I've tried to get a good picture of a digital signage deployment done right that I've seen at several airports. Luckily for you, on my last trip I was successful at snapping a few pics of Southwest Airlines' swell signage solution.

How to check in to hotel digital signage

Digital signage experts talk about keys to successful hotel and hospitality deployments.

How to increase digital signage engagement through dayparting

TV networks and quick-service restaurants have long used dayparting; here's how it can work for digital signage use-cases.

Digital signage checking into hotels to stay

Take a look at why digital signage is growing in the hospitality industry, and where to deploy it.

The missed opportunity cost of NOT having digital signage

Sometimes it's the little things we don't even think about that could make a big difference in the long-run. Something as seemingly minor as a little printed calendar of what's going on can represent a significant missed opportunity to engage...

7 ways wayfinding digital signage will evolve in 2012 (Commentary)

How will digital signage better help people find their way this year?

2012: What to expect when you're expecting digital signage

We're nearly finished with the year that was; time to get ready for the year that will be.

Digital signage dayparting takes content relevance to a new level

Digital signage is one of the most powerful, cost-effective communications tools available, but because today's consumers are constantly bombarded with messages, they've become more discriminating about their exposure to commercial messages. They're focused on what's relevant to them at that...

Video: Royal Caribbean innovates with kiosks, digital signage

The Allure of the Seas offers voyagers high-tech amenities like self-service kiosks and digital signage wayfinding.

GoBoard digital signs highlight Courtyard lobby retrofits

Large-format touchscreens to inform travelers at 150 Courtyard by Marriott locations by the end of 2009.  

Hospitality digital signage comes to Heathrow T5 Sofitel

Sofitel London Heathrow is using Connectvision digital signage software to integrate with the hotel's events management system and power its screen network.

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Digital signage represents a quantum shift in the ways hotels and motels communicate with their customers. Learn how to use digital signs to improve accommodations, automate event calendars and more.

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