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  • OPS Media Player for the Digital Classroom : Let Kids See, Touch and Learn
  • Multiple Display Forms Interactive “Mirror” : Exploring a New Shopping Experience
  • Digi Signage / Info Display / Narrow Casting / Streaming
  • Interactive Digital Signage in a Shopping Mall

    Nowadays, digital signage is everywhere. It has become a popular marketing tool which can provide real time information, advertising and messages in rich multimedia formats to attract consumers. Interactive digital signage allows consumers to interact with the signage to enhance customer engagement and in-store sales. Among all public places, shopping malls are one of the ideal venues to utilize interactive digital signage.

  • Dazzling Christmas LED Walls in Brussels

    IDklic, a Belgian company specialized in Digital media, and a full-service provider for digital signage solutions, they managed and distributed the content on the LED walls for Christmas Market in Brussels.

  • Passenger Information Display System (PIDS) for Railway Stations

    Passenger Information Display Systems (PIDS) are digital information systems which display real-time information for passengers. Train operating companies are constantly striving to improve passenger satisfaction by offering more than just arrival and departure times. They also offer news and entertainment content as well as safety and emergency announcements and much more. These days, advertising is an important revenue stream for train operators, and that’s why PIDS are becoming more and more indispensable. A national train operator in Belgium was looking for an effective solution to upgrade their existing and outdated passenger information system whilst providing extra value to their customer experience.
     

  • Flight Information Display System (FIDS) for Airports

    Flight Information Display Systems (FIDS) help improve communications and keep passengers constantly informed of travel information. To manage the heavy and ever increasing passenger traffic, an airport in the Middle-East needed terminal-wide FIDS that broadcasted information from a constantly updated database to numerous multimedia displays placed strategically throughout passenger facilities.

  • Inurface Media Installs Digital Menu & Ferry Information Boards for Stena Line

    Project Introduction:
    Stena Line, an ABTA member, is an international transport and travel service company and one of the world’s leading ferry operators which operates in three business areas: Scandinavia, the North Sea and the Irish Sea with a network of 18 strategically located ferry routes in Europe. Stena Line has a modern fleet with a total of 35 vessels including fast ferries (Stena HSS), traditional combi-ferries, RoPax ferries for freight and passengers, and pure cargo ships, it’s a stable and profitable group and is committed to providing passengers with the best service and experience possible. During 2009, approximately 15.4 million passengers traveled with Stena Line. 3.3 million cars and 1.6 million freight units were transported during the same period. Inurface media was asked to provide a menu board solution for their two latest Superfast ferries, Superfast VII and Superfast VIII, following a £26 million refurbishment. Stena Line needed a flexible solution which allowed either the remote IT department or onboard customer service team to update the menu boards with the latest information.
     

  • Real Time Display and Branding Communication

    One of our Chinese customers was working with a chain of automotive maintenance centers in Shanghai to revamp its digital signage system.Their earlier media player solution used commercial grade computers, and their frustrations with the short product life cycles sent the system integrator seeking a more rugged and enduring solution.Advantech’s digital signage media players met all requirements for high-definition video and real time information delivery as well as long product life, all at an impressively affordable price.

  • Fast Food Chain’s Multimedia eMenu Delights Guests

    A global fast food giant, as part of their branding strategy, was revamping the digital signage systems at their restaurants in China, starting with their chain outlets in Shanghai. Their original digital signage platform was powered by commercial-grade PCs, with attendant frequent downtime and short product lifecycles. To overcome these frustrations, the fast food chain sought systems with greater reliability, and opted to install industrial-grade signage players instead. They also hoped that the upgrade could include support for full-HD video playback as well as content in other formats, including Flash, scrolling marquees, and hi-res images, all of which they intended to use to enhance presentation of their brand image.

  • Digital Signage Display Showcases Upscale Cosmetics Advertising in Singapore

    In cosmetics, brand loyalty is built by offering unique, high quality products to the consumer and showcased in a fashion that accentuates beauty. From the models chosen to display the cosmetic products down to the retail shop displays, everything must look sleek and elegant. At the heart of Orchard Road in Singapore is the Paragon, a choice destination for up-market shoppers, with six levels of designer and luxury boutiques, shops, and cafes.

  • Pharmaceutical / Medical / Healthcare
  • Palm-size Fanless System for Medical Nursing Cart

    Smallest Embedded Box PC Saves Power, Space, and Costs Area: USA, Project: Advantech rolled out the world’s smallest embedded box PC at the very beginning of 2012. Dubbed the ARK-1120, it features a palm-print size of 133.8 x 43.1 x 94.2 mm (W x H x D) and weighs only 0.8 kg. Small yet impressive, its CPU runs at above-average speed yet with much reduced power consumption. This mini killer product received its first order from a medical cart supplier based in the USA. This medical cart maker’s previous solutions used a laptop bolted to the top of the cart, or a commercial PC placed in the cart cabinet, with a matched monitor on the desk. Both laptops and commercial PCs are space-consuming, however, and difficult to secure to mobile carts, and their product service cycles are of short duration, which meant they had to be replaced every two or three years.