Many restaurants are embracing digital signage, whether due to upcoming FDA regulations or a desire to boost customer experience. At the Restaurant Franchising and Innovation Summit, multiple panels addressed digital signage and how best to utilize it.
The FDA recently put its foot down on menu labeling regulations for restaurant chains with 20 or more stores. Although many restaurateurs have dreaded this day, it presents a key opportunity for digital menu board innovation and improving customer experience. It's about transparency.
Digital Signage Today wasn't slowed down by any April showers last month, as the top stories examined key trends such as Coca Cola's entry into the digital signage market.
Many different types of organizations of all sizes are now using digital signage to engage and inform their employees and visitors. Some are using it to great effect, while others don’t see any appreciable improvement in communications. There are many ways to succeed at digital signage. And a few very clear ways to fail.
In the digital signage industry, it's easy to get lost in a sea of various displays, software packages and media players. It can all start to blend together after a while. The key is to analyze the underlying trends.
Artificial intelligence and automation have been breaking into the restaurant industry for a while now. The most common narrative is that AI will eliminate the need for employees as robots take all the jobs away. People rarely discuss how AI will improve our lives.
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.
As self-serve kiosks become more interactive, retailers are finding new opportunities to target digital media messages to consumers and in some cases, reap advertising revenues. Pursuant Health is a key example with its 3,500 health screening kiosks.
It can be overwhelming visiting a trade show for the first time. Here's what to expect, and how to get the most out of them as a current or potential digital signage end user.
Readers of Digital Signage Today had their sights set on interesting, innovative digital signage last month, as the top stories covered topics ranging from design principles for awesome digital signage to augmented reality delivering brand new restaurant experiences.
All corporate buildings and retailers want to create a good atmosphere for visitors. Digital signage can help create these environments, and it can tap into a deeper level: the customer's emotions.
Travelers flying into Paris got a chance to compare the cost of living around the globe with an interactive display.
Valentine's Day is over, but retailers now have to ramp up for Easter. It can be difficult, however, to unload decorations and place them throughout the store. One way retailers can save time is by using digital decorations.
Retailers are in a constant state of intense competition, not just with each other, but also with online retailers. How can digital signage help give retailers a leg up with customer experience and sales?
Last month's top features took a peak into the future by predicting the top digital signage trends of 2018.
Last week, we discussed key considerations for selecting a screen such as aesthetics, ports, resolution and size. Next, we will examine protecting your screen indoors and outdoors, and how to choose between a commercial or consumer screen.
Digital signage isn't just for retailers anymore. Now everyone is making use of the technology, including houses of worship. While many churches use displays during worship services, others are beginning to use outdoor displays to showcase their messages.
Getting the balance right is crucial when choosing digital signage screens. You want value for money, combined with reliability and screens that work. This quick-fire tutorial explains some of the basics of digital signage screens.
A sports arena is already an incredibly exciting place. With all that energy, how can digital signage contribute to the fan's excitement and experience? And how can integrators deal with all the issues and challenges that come with digital signage?
2017 was an innovative year for digital signage, and 2018 promises to have even more going on. Both organizations and the public have embraced the digitalization of…well, everything…and they want more.