Convention Centers Digital SignageConference Center Digital Signage simplifies providing access to a wide range of information and is an extremely cost effective way to manage the continuing changing information you need to make available.
Floor space is often difficult to navigate, despite a trade show and expo floor map. These floor maps are often not easy to use and while the trade show itself can be be difficult to negotiate at the best of times. Provide stressed or tired travelers who really do not want to thumb through a conference program with a better experience. Conference center digital signs helps guests and attendees navigate through winding hotel hallways, conference rooms and/or ballrooms.
Digital signage makes it simpler for people to avoid getting lost or mistakenly attend the wrong seminar, panel or conference session. Reduce the time hotel or conference centre staff spend answering visitor inquiries regarding how to get some where or for detail information and an event convention.
With our system you can create ads or information and have them live and viewable within minutes to hours. Our simple menu make is easy to select the times of day and the duration your information or ad gets displayed.
Conference Center Digital Signage can provide a better guest experience by:
- Helping visitors find their way with facility maps
- Display information about events
- Showcase menus and times for restaurants & cafes
- Showcase top news stories and live internet content
- Feature weather forecast, twitter or Facebook post
- Make visitors aware and staff of important messages
- Showcase weather forecast
- Generate ad income, by selling advertising space for local-area hotels and motels and other businesses
Convention Centers Digital Signage can be
- By Elevators
- Restaurants & cafes
- Outside meeting rooms & exhibit halls
- Facility retail establishments
To get startedFor additional details on a system to meet your needs or for a no obligation demonstration, call us at 780-701-1941 or toll free at 877-873-1784. Serving Edmonton and Western Canada.