Located in Harlem, New York City, the Studio Museum has installed powerful DT Research Signage Systems including Signage Appliances and WebDT Content Manager Software throughout the museum and lobby to provide instant information to visitors about all programs and schedules. The Signage Systems are also pared 42” and 52” LCD monitors and wireless keyboards in the conference rooms and education labs used for classes and staff meetings. Other areas that installed the Signage System are the Museum store for announcements, advertising and book information, and in the front window of the museum showing images of artworks and events.
With DT Research Signage System, the company can efficiently deliver the stunning visual experience to the visitors, and its IT staff can also easily to create, manage, publish via Internet or Intranet and play playlists with dynamic content from any location and at any time, which saves the time and human force from the onsite maintenance.
The 2010 World Expo Shanghai is the world’s largest international fair and exposition. Over 190 countries and 50 international organizations showcase their cultures and innovations, attracting more than 500,000 visitors daily. The Future Pavilion in the Expo chose the DT Research Signage Appliances and WebDT Content Manager software to deliver high-quality dynamic media content while communicating with the server for continuous updates..
Cadbury World, one of the largest paid indoor visitor attractions in the UK, has deployed the WebDT digital signage solution. Installed by VAR partner X2 Computing, the system is enhancing the visitor experience by providing up to the minute information on ticket sales and admission times, reducing administration costs and increasing revenues by advertising additional on and offsite attractions. Cadbury selected the WebDT system as they are able to retain full control of content management and realize a low cost of ownership.
Waitrose, a UK grocery chain, has installed the WebDT 1200 in 116 shops for customer point-of-service applications through partner X2 Computing. The 12” touch screens allow customers to check-out handhelds scanners to use while shopping, and can also be used for advertising and promotions when not being used to register scanners. The new touch screen displays will provide clear, accessible information that is easier to read and enables Waitrose to meet its continuous program to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA), and to identify ways to further improve access.