Digital Signage Projects and Case Studies

Our members create incredible work that solve complex problems. The following case studies were submitted by our membership. Click through these projects to see some examples of ways that members innovated solutions for their customers' projects! All members are invited to submit their project for inclusion.


Edsa Mall – Kramer Electronics

Originally posted  on 14 Apr 2014

Objective of Project:

One of the biggest mall chains in the world, boasting both the largest and second largest malls on earth, wanted to uplift the look of six large malls in the Philippines through high-end digital signage deployments. The malls had been using players on screen, but found this limited the number of screens to which they were able to deploy, due to the cost of player equipment, software licenses, as well as operations and management.

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BBVA Bancomer Digital Branch – BroadSign International, LLC

Originally posted on 14 Apr 2014

Objective of Project:

Kolo DS, together with BroadSign, developed Mexico’s first digital banking branch with a large format HD LED display. The BBVA Bancomer project won the 2013 Digital Screenmedia Association Excellence Award for the Best Financial Services Deployment in Digital Signage.

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Cleveland Convention Center – CastNET

Originally posted on 14 Apr 2014

Objective of Project:

Opening in June 2013, the new Cleveland Convention Center is a LEED-certified facility with a 225,000 sq. ft. exhibition hall. Connected to the convention center is the Global Center of Health Innovation which is a four-story office complex dedicated to displaying the future of health and healthcare technologies.

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Xcel Energy – CastNet

Originally posted on 14 Apr 2014

Objective of Project:

Xcel Energy is a utility holding company based in Minneapolis and serves more than 3.3 million electric customers and 1.8 million natural gas customers in parts of eight states. The company operates major generating facilities that use a variety of fuel sources including coal, natural gas, nuclear fuel, water, oil, refuse, wind, and sun.

Safety and effective employee communications are always priorities for power generating plants since accidents at a power plant can be catastrophic. One of Xcel’s plants, the Allen S. King Generating Station in Bayport, MN is using CastNET digital signage content management software to improve safety and employee communications.

Commenting on the CastNET digital signs, Carl Bagley, Manager of Regulatory Administration, said, “We have eight digital signs installed throughout the plant in locations where they are easily seen by the employees, such as the control room, the break rooms, next to the elevators, and in the office areas. The signs are used to primarily communicate all aspects of safety and environment concerns that the corporation wants the employees to know.”

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Terminal One Group, JFK – Parabit Systems

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Terminal One Group runs operations and passenger experiences at Terminal 1 at JFK Airport.

The state-of-the-art terminal is home of the world’s most prestigious airlines and processes over 7 million passengers annually. Eleven gates and two hard- stands are controlled by their own ramp control tower. The terminal is capable of servicing narrow body, wide body, new large aircraft (NLA), and Airbus A380. Terminal One offers one of the newest, most efficient, passenger friendly terminals at JFK today.

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Microsoft Retail Stores – YCD Multimedia

ycd_sponsorA company like Microsoft needs next to no introduction. As a global leader in software and electronics, Microsoft is a well-known industry giant.

From personal computers, to business network servers, Microsoft has been connecting users to high-quality electronics for many years; however, they did not have their own retail space until 2009. That year the very first Microsoft retail store was opened in Scottsdale, Arizona and since then another 75 retail locations have been established across the U.S.

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Famous Wax Museum Madame Tussauds Uses Enplug for Social Media Success

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Objective of Project:

Madame Tussauds, the international celebrity wax museum, was looking for a way to reach millennials through social media marketing. With existing displays in their Hollywood, Las Vegas, Washington D.C., and NYC locations, they wanted to showcase guests’ social media posts live, on the big screen. In order to do so, Madame Tussauds needed a digital signage software that included social media integrations.

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NYC Real Estate Firm Utilizes ESSENTIALCOM and Peerless-AV to Create a Transparent Lobby that Brings Outside Views In

The Challenge

In early-summer 2014, a New York City-based real estate company decided it was time to utilize the perfect marketing tool to engage their customers – the surrounding area. The company presumed the ideal way to do so would be to bring the outdoor scenic views inside. In order to bring the outdoors in, the real estate company wanted to create a transparent lobby in one of their buildings in Jersey City, New Jersey. Keeping their customers in mind, they wanted to focus on the idea that Jersey Ity is somewhat of a staple to most people looking to relocate to the area. It’s close enough to Manhattan to be able to enjoy the city life, while still keeping a slight distance from the hustle and bustle.

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Case Study – Improving Corporate Communications with Wireless Digital Signage

Originally posted on 31 Jul 2012

   

Mary Kay* broadcasts targeted messages to employees and visitors using the OpenService* solution running on Intel® processors


“We essentially created our own TV station, called ‘Inside MK TV’, which shares content from our corporate intranet.” Leigh Harrison, Manager of Employee Communications and Recognition, Mary Kay, Inc.

 

BUSINESS CHALLENGES

  • Deliver impactful, targeted messages: Send tailored information to intern
    al employees and job applicants.
  • Minimize IT department responsibility: Deploy a solution that wouldn’t create more work for IT.

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