The current pandemic has made signage an ever more important tool. Quickly conveying safety messages, notifications and guidelines has become a leading factor in the customer experience, regardless of the venue.
Before system on a chip technology, digital signage was limited to screens, computers, and software all being separate entities in a project. If you think about it, digital signage technology hasn’t really changed much in the last 20 years. But with system on a chip, integrators have a way to offer their clients a solution which doesn’t require a PC with expensive overhead and tons of memory.
Society has faced massive changes in 2020. Across industries and functions we worry about social distancing and seamless video conferencing among other things. See how some places are transforming how they use technology to meet their changing needs.
If you’re considering adopting a digital display to better engage your audience, selecting the perfect solution for your specific needs can be a challenge. Take a look at the 7 key factors to consider when choosing a display solution in this infographic.
Learn how the modular NEC MediaPlayer makes presenting and managing content on digital signage systems easier than ever functioning as a simple, high performance media player. This media player integrates with Raspberry Pi and is built for the future.
Direct view LED has been making a name for itself for dynamic, high-bright large surface visualization. In transportation, stores and malls, reception areas and boardrooms, fine pitch LED solutions offer a genuine alternative to more traditional options.
A key factor when deciding on any dvLED solution is to choose the best pixel pitch for your needs and budget. Learn how to do so in this infographic.
While direct view LED video walls can carry a higher price tag than LCD video walls or projection systems, explaining the return on investment to potential customers can help justify the added cost.
Check out this comparative infographic to explore the difference NEC 4K UHD projectors provide and understand the benefits of 4K so you can make the right decision to satisfy your needs for years to come.
Control rooms serve as central points to monitor and manage mission-critical applications. Whether the staff is coordinating hazard responses, managing security or managing another complex application, team members need simultaneous visuals on many different types of content. Read about how organizations are meeting these challenges in this whitepaper.
Maintaining safety and security are important in any environment, but transportation professionals have particular challenges associated with ensuring travelers stay safe. Transit hubs are often crowded, and there are varied passenger screening processes. See how you can use digital signage to keep travelers safe in this NEC report.
As higher education facilities work to create enriching environments for students and faculty, digital signage technology is now a common sight on university campuses, but its applications are changing: It’s now being used to help boost safety and security. Read more about how these institutions use digital displays to protect students, faculty and visitors.
Digital signage displays featuring UHD can create an eye-grabbing experience that enables a deployment to stand out from an evergrowing field of digital displays. But despite its growing popularity, putting together a 4K/UHD solution can be a challenge. Download this white paper to learn how to properly put the pieces together for a customer experience that stands head and shoulders above the competition.