Entertainment and Theme Park Digital Signage
The StrandVision Digital Signage system provides a number of ways for zoos, museums, aquariums, theme and entertainment parks, nature centers, etc. to present targeted advertising to guests. Text, graphics and video pages quickly help guests feel welcome, while making them aware of the property’s amenities.
Digital signage can manage traffic flow and increase the customer’s enjoyment and satisfaction, thus reducing vandalism and improving sales. Entertainment venues can also show directions, and promote restaurants, gift shops and featured exhibits. Park opening and closing messages can be pre-scheduled to be shown at appropriate times. Emergency notifications can also be immediately posted to alert visitors or direct them to exits.
StrandVision Digital Signage offers a free digital signage software trial account for museums and parks. This includes sample content templates and personalized assistance to get your network up and running. Put StrandVision’s experience to work for your business today with a free digital signage software subscription or calling 715-235-SIGN (7446).
Ignoring This Column May Prove Hazardous
The day after the calendar flipped to 2013, while you were still vacuuming confetti and storing those little paper horns for next New Year’s Eve, something – a legal directive – affectionately known as RoHS 2, finally went into effect in Europe. Dubbed a “recast” of a prior directive, RoHS 2 was published by the European Union in 2011, with enforcement kicking in January 2.
Many of you know its predecessor, the original Restriction of Hazardous Substances Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) in Electrical and Electronic Equipment Directive, because you either build AV systems in Europe, manufacture AV products in Europe or export AV electronics to Europe. Or, you’re a believer in safe, sustainable AV and you know that the original RoHS (call it “rose,” or “ross,” or even “ro-hass”) sought since 2006 to eliminate the use of lead, mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium and the flame retardants polybrominated diphenyl and polybrominated diphenyl ether in electronic products sold in the European Union. In that respect, RoHS 2 is no different.
To read more of Allen Weidman’s article, visit: http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/22b980ad#/22b980ad/32