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In the digital signage industry these days, where image truly is everything, there’s perhaps no bigger way to make a splash than with a direct view LED video wall. Whether in a retail store, restaurant or sports venue, a larger-than-life, high-definition array of dvLED displays easily captures attention and wows viewers.
The power of digital signage in sports shows itself in the entire arena experience, beginning with the signs outside the venue advertising this week’s matchup. Once a fan passes the entrance turnstiles, digital signage points us to the concession stands, the restroom and guest services, and finally to our seats.
As hospitality venues such as hotels, restaurants and bars seek to provide better and more efficient services to their guests, many are turning to interactive kiosks and associated technology to help accomplish those tasks. In this white paper, sponsored by Peerless AV, learn some of the ways kiosks can be used in the hospitality environment.
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Digital Signage can be used in a variety of applications and is proven to play a key role in effective communication as well as revenue generation. The marriage of technologies in alternative energy charging stations offers many beneficial returns for all parties involved, including content providers, advertisers, manufacturers and end users.
Imagine this – you visit your local quick service restaurant (QSR) drive-thru and instead of seeingyour standard static signage within a protective kiosk, you see a digital menu board, complete withbrighter images and easier to read menu choices. You no longer need to squint to see the menu,worry about the backlighting being too dark or the static signage not sitting straight within the kiosk. Sounds great, right? While most QSRs are not equipped with this technology yet, digital menu boards are predicted to boom in the next year and a half.
Digital signage has been exploding in indoor environments ranging from airports and conference centers to banks, restaurants and retail stores, but it has failed to gain critical mass in outdoor settings. Open-air deployments in locations such as stadiums, public transit stops, amusement parks, restaurant patios, cruise ships and residential backyards have been stalled by a simple but frustrating market reality: traditional display technology is not built for outdoor applications.
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