Readers of Digital Signage Today kicked off the summer by reading stories on smart cities, corporate communication and how to measure digital signage ROI.
We are now at the midpoint of 2018, and digital signage readers have their sights set on innovative trends both now and in the future. The top five stories for May 2018 all covered topics on key trends in the market, including blockchain.
Digital signage for car parking facilities is a relatively untouched goldmine, brimming with the potential to enhance the customer experience, exploit new advertising and revenue generating opportunities and improve car park security.
To increase guest satisfaction, give them access to digital signage.
5G promises to make it easier for businesses to access cloud technology, enabling faster development of both business and consumer services. Most digital kiosks, meanwhile, have yet to move from 3G to 4G networks.
Readers whetted their appetites during November with topics such as reviewing the menu boards of McDonald's, touchscreens trends and key ways digital signage can help customers stay a little bit longer in QSR restaurants.
After witnessing the immediate benefits of an airport digital signage kiosk, the self-serve technology industry began to plan what else computer kiosks could do for airports and the thousands of travelers passing through each day. These uses include wayfinding, information, lost and found and other tools.
Health care facilities can be mystifying and unpredictable. Digital signage within the health care sector is a critical tool to drive the improvement of the patient, visitor and staff experience.
The expanding capabilities of digital signage, coupled with more economical software and equipment, are creating more opportunities for companies and organizations looking to engage consumers interactively in outdoor environments.
This month Digital Signage Today is focusing on digital signage in the education vertical. Digital signage performs a number of tasks in the education vertical from wayfinding to interactive solutions.
Commuters at Union Station got a little more than they asked for when a recently installed display began to play porn videos.
As digital signage content management systems have become more versatile, public locations are increasingly finding opportunities to deploy interactive kiosks to display community information and paid advertising. Tourism sites and urban centers in particular are offering highly versatile interactive kiosks.
The NYC Transit has upgraded the passenger experience through digital signage kiosks. Paul Fleruranges, VP of corporate communications at NYC Transit, shares insight on strategy and goals for the deployment.
As the digital signage trend continues to grow, travel and tourism organizations are beginning to use live, interactive information to encourage travelers to explore their destination. Here are the top five ways we’ve seen digital signage enhance the visitor experience.
School has just started and freshmen are flooding the campuses, without any idea where to go. Schools can use their digital signage systems to take students on a scavenger hunt to learn the ropes.
It's time to look back at the most-read articles and blog posts on Digital Signage Today from the previous month, recapping the biggest news headlines in August.
As the digital signage trend continues to grow, travel and tourism organizations are beginning to use live, interactive information to encourage travelers to explore their destination. Digital signage allows tourists to feel connected while traveling by drawing people in and making information more readily available to them.
Retail kiosks are changing the way customers engage with brands. With the increasing power of kiosk technology, store owners can showcase a targeted range of goods to each customer, feature loyalty promotions and even provide a fast and efficient payment process.
Consumers are increasingly digitally savvy and expect an omnichannel retail experience. Many retailers are choosing digital signage as a secondary sales tool that can provide information, wayfinding and sell products — without them having to do a thing.
With 306 events, featuring 206 countries, across 42 sporting disciplines, held at 37 venues, the Rio 2016 Olympic Games represent a huge opportunity for outdoor digital signage to reign supreme in Brazil this summer.