Near-field communication or NFC is the next technology to debut in the digital signage world. Users can tap their cell phone on a designated area of a display, receive information and then take action.
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Ben Franklin Technology Partners’ TechVentures2 facility uses Lutron lighting control systems to slash energy consumption. Automated shades with Hyperion solar-adaptive software and AMX helped to create an award winning, LEED certified facility.
Colleges and universities have a vast array of digital signage technology at their hands to keep students, staff and faculty informed with emergency notifications and day-to-day campus-wide announcements. But the best HD displays are only as good as the content behind them, and that depends on the motivation and capability of administrators and IT departments.
The low-cost HDb2380 from ZeeVee is an 8-channel SD modulator that is available for $2,299, which equates to $288 per channel and it less than one-third the cost per channel of its predecessor
Say goodbye to cardboard and marker signs. A host of digital signs are available to welcome, inform, and help keep safe your employees and visitors. Whether you’re looking for a simple way to provide directions, or a sign that describes a long day’s events in detail, digital signage is the most versatile tool available.
Jason Kuisel, the managing partner at Innovative Markets, a digital signage company, offers some basic solutions to effective digital signage.
Digital signage delivers critical content, but if installed and maintained improperly can become a burden instead of an asset. Follow these 8 tips to keep it running smoothly.
TechDecisions editor-in-chief says she took to the Planar Helium, 27-inch multi-touch desktop monitor and Windows 8 like a two-year-old to an iPad.
Digital Signage Evaluation Kit 2012 serves as a sample platform to work on as a foundation to build other digital signage applications and products. It unifies the process making it easier and lowering the costs.
Evaluating projectors for auditoriums requires close attention to contrast ratio, lumens, lens choice, lamp life and support for a variety of sources. From campus classrooms, to corporate and training facilities, to multi-tiered houses of worship to gymnasiums and – we provide everything you need to know to make a sound decision.