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One of the keys to great airport experiences is great communications – for travelers and for the staff behind the counters, in the shops and behind the scenes making operations run smoothly. Digital signage has become a huge, mission-critical component to an airport’s communication strategy – from flight and gate information screens to screens tactically located to help passenger flow.
Retail banking faces many day to day challenges, and digital signage plays a big role in helping meet them. Banking branches have adopted digital screens in a variety of configurations to help new and existing customers through their branch visits, make them aware of offers, make them want to return, or possibly get them using mobile and automated solutions.
Business communicators have recognized how the always-on, ever-present nature of digital signage improves their ability to keep staff and customers effectively informed, engaged and motivated. Screens positioned in the right places ensure people see what’s important, and communications go up and come down on orderly schedules.
Higher education institutions have always been early and enthusiastic adopters of displays technologies. On campuses, interactive tools are being used for collaborative learning. Videoconferencing is bridging divides between dispersed campuses and connecting educators from around the globe to remote classrooms. Digital signage is more broadly being used to market campus services and events.
Fast food and fast-casual restaurants are enthusiastic users of digital signage because screens drive results and streamline operations. Now fast-casual restaurants and attractions are also adopting digital signage to better serve customers and generate revenue.
Digital signage is making a big difference in health care facilities, with the technology being applied in a variety of scenarios. Queue management systems and displays are being used in clinics to inform and occupy waiting for patients and family members in clinics. Interactive stations, such as digital totems, are used to provide directories and wayfinding maps.
Hotels and related services in the hospitality are hubs of activity for people who are mostly from somewhere else, and largely unfamiliar with the immediate surroundings and the city. They’re looking for advice and guidance, and digital signage plays an important role – whether that’s as interactive kiosks or lobby video walls. They also take much of the burden off busy hotel staff who can’t spare much time to provide advice and tips.
Large venues like mass transport hubs, convention facilities and major shopping malls can be overwhelming to many people because of their scale. Digital signage and interactive stations can make a big difference in helping people navigate and making their guest experience great. Signage can also drive bottom lines.
Visual appeal is a big part of any retail experience, and many local, regional and global retailers use digital signage to drive a variety of needs and business goals. Most stores in major shopping malls now have screens as a standard component of their store designs.