Digital signage for public places
In her going Digital in Public Spaces article, Shonan Noronha, writes, you may have noticed digital displays replacing notice boards and printed brochures in public spaces. City halls, libraries and other institutions are rapidly recognizing the value of digital signage, especially for updating schedules and providing wayfinding. To read more of Shonan Noronha’s article, see the February 2012 issue of Sound & Communications.
Digital Signage for government agencies
Government agencies are always seeking cost efficient ways to keep their constituents informed with timely information, and to direct them to services. StrandVision Digital Signage can be part of the government communications process. Visit www.StrandVision.com or give us a call at 715-235-7446 (SIGN) to learn more about digital signage.