Interactive Digital Signage

Libraries have undergone a digital awakening, and see the need for interactive hubs used for finding information, staying involved and aware, as well as locating and checking out books.

So, let’s talk about the elephant in the room: interactive kiosksWith the help of our professional content creation team, we have been installing touchscreen kiosks in libraries all over: from Cleveland, Ohio, to Providence, Rhode Island, and many more. Learn how Empire Digital Signs has made its mark when it comes to these interactive touchscreen systems by looking a little deeper into what exactly they’re capable of:

Digital Signage and Interactive System Networks – Tools for Helping Your Library Evolve

We've already established in an earlier blog that deploying digital signage in your library offers a convenient and effective means for communicating current news and events to your visitors in a dynamic and relevant manner. It’s not only far more engaging, it saves you time and money from printing flyers and posters; but all your systems can be updated instantly in the cloud from a computer located anywhere. Adding touch capability to your screen provides interactive access to wayfinding maps, encourages event registration, and serves up your catalog database and other online resources. This wide range of capabilities might make for an easy justification to deploy digital signage, yet we are just crossing the boundary line into a landscape where libraries are becoming leaders in creating novel applications for digital displays.

INTERACTIVE SOLUTIONS FOR NYSCATE 2016

The NYS Association for Computers and Technologies in Education conference is an annual event taking place in Rochester, NY. Based off the name alone, it's quite obvious that the organization is eager to learn about emerging technologies and how they can be applied in an education setting.

HYBRID SIGNAGE: PRINT AND DIGITAL- NO ONE SAID YOU HAVE TO CHOOSE.

A tale as old as the 1990’s- print versus digital. There are the print-devotees who stay true to their roots and there are the techies- who are convinced that print will someday be a thing of the past.