Digital Signage for Entertainment and Theme Parks
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.
To hear more about StrandVision’s digital signage for your organization, visit www.StrandVision.com or call 715-235-7446 (SIGN).
Boston Convention & Exhibition Center Goes Big, Tall and Wide with Digital Signage
The BCEC is the largest convention center in New England and the only one to feature a marquee media tower outside, and a video wall inside. Like a growing number of civic and convention centers, the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center (BCEC) on Summer Street in the Seaport District, and the Hynes Convention Center downtown in Boston’s Back Bay, have networks of digital signs. The BCEC currently has 31 plasma displays and the John B. Hynes Veterans Memorial Convention Center (a.k.a. “the Hynes”) has 21, all strategically placed in public areas inside the facilities.
But the BCEC, which opened in 2004 and is the largest convention center in New England, is the first, and still the only convention center with a larger Digital Display Program, consisting of a marquee media tower outside, and a video wall inside.
To read more of Daniel Dern’s article, please visit: http://www.corporatetechdecisions.com/article/boston_convention_exhibition_center_goes_big_tall_and_wide_with_digital_sig