In the never-ending quest for a better viewer experience, many advancements have been made in the areas of video and display technologies. This webcast will look at the pros and cons of emerging video and display technologies in relation to digital signage.
The popularity of digital signage is growing at a rapid pace, and applications within organizations are always evolving. In the never ending quest for a better viewer experience, many new technologies are hitting the marketplace and vying for attention. Which innovations are clear winners? Which ones address specialized niches?
Do you know where you need to go? What is the fastest way to get there? Are there alternative routes? The term wayfinding is used to define how to move large numbers of people in a large area, such as...
Digital signage, combined with the right software, offers a host of added value possibilities for wayfinding. Developments in software are making interactive wayfinding easier and less expensive to deploy and manage.
Digital signage can be a powerful tool to communicate with customers in the retail environment, but poor digital signage can simply create confusion. For retailers, effective digital signage must be integrated into the store, engaging the customer, offer useful information and convey a consistent message.
As consumers become more familiar with touchscreen interactivity through common-occurrence technology portals such as ATMs, self-checkout lanes and iPhones, digital signage operators are exploring ways to upgrade their interfaces with interactive touchscreens.
This whitepaper explores the impact of LCD optical quality for touch-‐enabled displays based on Projected Capacitive (PCT) and Frustrated Total Internal Reflection (FTIR), the latter of which includes FlatFrog InGlass™ touch.
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.
Today’s shopper expects a state-of-the art shopping experience. If you’re a retailer trying to stand out
amongst your competition or a brand promoting your product amidst hundreds of other options, engaging
customers with digital signage and merchandising is critical to winning the in-store experience.
The rise of digital services has placed increased value on how businesses engage with their customers
in-person. The new customer experience seeks to optimize face-to-face interaction and available
technology. 80% of retailers believe their store results will continue to erode unless they incorporate
technology as part of the store experience.
North American Bancard’s (NAB) mobile point-of-sale solution,
PayAnywhere Storefront, is changing the way businesses accept
and manage in-store payments and inventory. What used to require
expensive set-up costs and complicated pricing models, is now
being delivered in a low-cost, easy-to-implement solution.
Manufacturing employees often work long hours, on their feet, doing the same tasks
hundred of times over. Their accomplishments are number based, which is often a far cry
for the amount of effort put into a given day.
Lighting manufacturer, RAB Lighting, increased sales by 40% by implementing an iPad-turned-kiosk as part of their new product display gondola. By using Manager from Moki they are able to remotely manage, update and control the content on 1000+ devices in various retail locations.
FCBotiga Megastore creates a unique experience both in terms of innovation and technology, offering its customers a seamless digital experience and the chance to instantly see and buy the finished product.