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.
Digital signage pervades most airports, guiding travelers to their gates, shops, and more. Emerging technologies, however, can make that signage work even harder — making life easier both for travelers as well as airport staff.
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.
Retailers are looking for solutions to deliver more relevant messages, collect and organize data, and drive business goals. In this whitepaper, read how NEC’s ALP combines digital signage, cloud-based analytics and big data analysis, and edge-based real-time triggers and action to help retailers get the necessary tools to plan objectives and expectations from the outset.
Hospitality organizations have the unique opportunity to make use of their physical spaces to attract, inform and entertain consumers. The key to engaging customers lies in three digital display technologies. This guide to digital signage shows how these technologies are changing the game for hospitality businesses.
Major rail hubs around the world are undergoing significant renovations, and new rail hubs are being designed to focuse on future needs. With rising construction and operation costs, transportation centers are seeking ways to recoup their investments and ensure financial sustainability by offering a range of mixed-use facilities. Read about the role digital signage plays 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.
Using LED displays to communicate with passengers allows real-time information to be distributed, promoting safety and creating better-informed travelers
Learn how constant color rendition and brightness, lack of lamp replacements, and long usage hours of laser projectors help lower your overall total cost of ownership in this infographic.
In this infographic , find out why laser projectors solve the crucial problems that lamp-based projectors and flat panel solutions can't.
In the early days of digital signage, manufacturers had their own proprietary systems and devices. Once a deployer chose a specific supplier they were locked into that supplier's products thus limiting the deployer's options when it came to upgrading and expanding their network or adding new devices. This whitepaper explains how the advent of Open Specification for digital signage has changed that.
Projection can be used to create signage much larger than traditional digital displays and deploy that signage in areas that simply aren’t suitable for a digital screen. In this white paper we explore why you would choose laser projection over a digital display in a deployment.