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Can digital signage take on a role to personalize messages or respond to a situation in real-time? Yes, with help from artificial intelligence (AI) and deep learning.
In this webinar, Omnivex Corporation and Digital Signage Today explore emerging technologies and the discuss the impact of each on communication. Download now!
Creating good digital signage can be a major challenge, but there's no need to fear. If you follow these seven design principles, you will be well on your way to making awesome digital signage.
Not all digital content is created equal. There a myriad of strategies out there, but it's important to follow these seven basic rules to make your content engaging and interesting.
Innovators are releasing new communication technologies everyday, but it can be difficult to integrate these products into your business. Doug Bannister, CEO and director of software development at Omnivex, will address how to cut through the hype, during a live webinar held on Jan.
Every single customer interaction, sales transaction, operations report, and similar electronic record represents a wealth of potentially valuable information that can be used to shape business strategy, enhance customer experience and improve product design.
Is your digital content driving interest and engagement or leaving the audience unimpressed? You need to keep a few general rules in mind to avoid losing your audience.
Businesses have access to more data than ever before. The key is to be able to deliver that data when and where it can deliver the most value.
LG Electronics USA Business Solutions plans to showcase its line of digital signage solutions on Nov. 2 as part of its LG Commercial Display Roadshow at 404 Studios in New York City.
When you enter the Flåm rail station, you are presented with interactive wayfinding displays to help you navigate the area or learn about available services. In the retail shops are large displays promoting new or featured products.
NewsLink wanted to showcase promotional materials; improve the effectiveness of branded content; enhance the in-store experience for guests; provide a user-friendly interface for content creation; and make updating content more efficient.
The primary reason behind Calgary Stampede’s digital signage deployment was to provide real-time digital displays in their rental space for meeting and event locations. They also wanted a system that would help improve wayfinding across the facility, enhance brand awareness, and provide ticketing and flight information as a value add to customers.
Historically, Carhartt has relied on print signage and catalogues to communicate detailed information about the products carried in the stores. They were looking for a more dynamic way to replace traditional print signage, and showcase the features and details about merchandise available in the stores.
The Air Canada Centre underwent a $48 million upgrade, including a $3 million digital signage deployment. Management wanted to create a truly unique fan experience which they felt an extensive, attention-grabbing digital signage network could achieve.
The management team at the MTCC wanted to provide timely information to their patrons on facility, events, services and local attractions.
In 2012, SFO launched a project to renovate Boarding Area E. As a part of this project SFO implemented an interactive wayfinding system in this newly renovated area.
UoW required a platform where they could convey key information to students and visitors easily and effectively via a visual display network of LCD, plasma and alternative visual methods.
In recent years, the Vancouver International Airport Authority felt a growing need to enhance its dynamic content by including operational messages in multiple languages, TV programming, video and weather.
To keep pace with growth, Wake County government planned a new criminal court house and records building. The building, named the Justice Center, was designed with safety and customer service elements. To ease wayfinding Wake County planned a system of digital signage that would move the public through the building quickly and efficiently.
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