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Russian property giant Crocus Group is making a major commitment to digital signage for way-finding, with 25 large screens already installed and another two dozen planned.
Crocus has placed the portrait-format Full HD displays in four Moscow shopping centres and the Crocus City Hall concert facility.
Driven by Scala software, with an individual media player each, they are centrally managed and linked to the same database that drives the group’s Web activity.
The customer interface with the displays...
A large healthcare digital signage network has been installed across 20 locations by Region Hovedstaden, the health authority for the area of Denmark including the capital Copenhagen.
Using about 520 screens, the network – called Info-TV – is part of a broader programme to improve patient satisfaction.
The 42- and 55-inch displays in waiting rooms show information ranging from national and regional healthcare issues to facility- and department-specific spots.
“We are managing 500 discrete playlists...
Fast-growing British digital signage operator Amscreen is moving into a new area of retail – charity shops.
It will supply 150 stores operated by Age UK, the leading British charity helping older people, with its small screens and OptimEyes facial recognition technology.
The displays will show live news and weather as well as information on the services provided by Age UK, which was formed by the merger of Help the Aged and Age Concern.
Charity shops are now a major presence on the British high str...
Outdoor media owner JCDecaux has launched a third super-sized screen installation at London’s Liverpool Street railway station, a busy hub for commuters going in and out of the financial district.