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.


Portland Trail Blazers: Omnivex Corporation

Originally posted on 27 Mar 2012

Objective of the Project:

Customer Overview:
The Rose Garden is a $267 million, multi-purpose arena that opened in the fall of 1995. The arena is part of The Rose Quarter in Portland, Oregon and home to Portland Trail Blazers NBA franchise. The Rose Quarter includes the 20,000-seat Rose Garden, 12,000-seat Memorial Coliseum, 6,500-seat Theater of the Clouds, 40,000-square foot Exhibit Hall and the Rose Quarter Commons all of which is managed by AEG Facilities. The Rose Garden, which is owned by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, is the main indoor sports arena in Oregon. It is the host venue for many large indoor events, including ice hockey, rodeos, circuses, conventions, ice shows, and concerts. Ovations Food Services is the official food and beverage concessionaire for the Rose Quarter venues.

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Scalable, Flexible Digital Content Delivery makes Popstar Networks, featuring AOPen Media Players, the Ideal Co-Stars for Cinema Scene Marketing

Originally posted on 11 Apr 2012

 

Objective of the Project:

Cinema Scene Marketing, one of the nation’s leading providers of in-lobby media and promotions, uses Popstar Networks to provide digital signage software and digital media services in support of Cinema Scene’s growing Lobby Digital Media Network – currently boasting more than 600 displays in more than 200 theater locations nationwide.

Douglas College Video Wall Installation Project: Peerless-AV

Originally posted on 05 Dec 2012

Objective of the Project

The open air atrium of the Campus Centre at the New Westminster Campus of Douglas College in Vancouver, BC, is the heart of student life and the visual centerpiece of the campus. Three floors of open air and natural light provide a framework for casual and formal meetings as well as easy access to campus business and student support services. As the administration began planning renovation of the facility and an update to the centre’s architecture, they quickly realized a large-scale presentation system would be needed to facilitate communication with visitors to the building. A few discreet video monitors were not going to cut it – this job was going to require something extraordinary.

NAIT – Campus Communications Digital Signage | Capital Networks Limited

Originally posted on 28 Jan 2013

Objective of the Project

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology is a post-secondary education learning center offering more than 250 programs, including 35 apprenticeship trades, and more than 1,400 continuing education courses. NAIT is the largest apprenticeship trainer in Canada with nine schools spread over three cumpuses, and provides course-specific instruction to more than 84,400 students each year.

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CBC News Express | Capital Networks Limited


Originally posted on 28 Jan 2013

Objective of the Project:

CBC/Radio-Canada is Canada’s national public broadcaster and one of its largest cultural institutions. The Corporation is a leader in reaching Canadians on new platforms and delivers a comprehensive range of radio, television, internet, and satellite-based services.

CBC is dedicated to delivering its news journalism to a wide audience, exploiting new and innovative new media – such as digital signage – to connect with people no matter where they are.CBC rolled-out its CBC News Express broadcast service to six major airports across Canada – including Toronto Pearson International Airport, the busiest in Canada – to ensure that critical news and weather reports are available to the thousands of people who pass through the country’s airports each day.CBC was replacing a previous system and needed a solution with advanced content management capabilities that would be able to support the expansion across multiple airports.

Outcome of the Project:

The Audience software platform enables CBC News Express to present the latest video content and live data feeds for up-to-the minute local and national news, weather, business and sports updates.

Because the Audience solution is an open system that integrates easily with existing hardware and software, the CBC didn’t have to ‘rip and replace’ its entire infrastructure, which helped minimize costs.

Robert Bishop, Executive Producer at CBC commented: “As Canada’s national broadcaster, CBC takes the management of public dollars extremely seriously. And, CBC News Express is an important source of commercial revenue for the Corporation. Similarly, we can’t compromise quality for cost because we have a reputation for delivering technologically advanced broadcasts across every medium. After a rigorous selection process, we chose Capital Networks as our digital signage partner because it delivers on both these points: the solution is cost-effective because it’s so scalable and open; and the quality of broadcast is second to none, as is content management.”

“Capital Networks bridges the gap between digital signage and broadcasting,” Bishop continued. “Most companies fall into one category – digital signage vendor or broadcasting production – but Capital Networks has a solid history in both. Its Audience solution ensures that our programming is really sophisticated in terms of layout and design and meets our need for flexibility and rapid delivery in a rapidly changing news environment.”

Because the Audience software platform is highly scalable and open it permitted CBC to replace the previous installation at an affordable price while also providing the opportunity for planned future installations at additional locations.

The digital signage network has become an important source of revenue and has created new sponsorship opportunities through the readily customizable scheduling found in the Audience platform.

Switching to the Audience platform provided the CBC with improved flexibility to transition to live breaking news programming across the entire network.

Case Study: JFK Airport | ITSEnclosures

Originally posted on 11 Jul 2013

The New York-New Jersey Port Authority (NYNJPA) is recognized as one of the nation’s most preeminent transportation and public planning authorities. With digital signage becoming more popular in the transportation industry, the NYNJPA was faced with the need to bring up to date information to the passengers of the JFK Airport Sky Train. The NYNJPA was interested in upgrading to large flat panel LCD’s to better inform their commuters of scheduling information and travel alerts. The ability to quickly change content also sparked their interest in running multiple advertisements. However, there were a number of factors to consider; potential vandalism, weather conditions, display visibility and functionality.

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Coppell School District – Kramer Electronics

Originally posted on 14 Apr 2014

Project Objective:

New Tech High @ Coppell, located in Coppell, Texas is a unique school concept that is centered around a Project Based Learning environment for students. This concept is part of the New Tech Foundation based out of California. This school is currently made up of freshman and sophomore students, but will grow to approximately 500 students. Additionally at this school every student has their own laptop for 1:1 computing. The school district was looking for high visibility technology project to highlight the school’s special capabilities. A nine screen video wall presentation was decided on as the perfect solution. It was to be located right at the front entrance of the school, adjacent to a huge open student lounge that is used for studying, etc.

Larnaca Airport – Kramer Electronics

Originally posted on 14 Apr 2014

Objective of Project:

The Republic of Cyprus decided to build a new airport in Cyprus, called the Larnaca International Airport, in order to respond to new security requirements and to welcome the new generation of aircraft conceived to maintain aging facilities and to operate with lower carbon footprints. In this context, the goal was to build a state of the art media showcase in order to give a pleasant experience to the potential 5 million passengers who travel through Larnaca Airport each year, and to use the renovation opportunity to build the most modern approaches for airport sales and advertising.

BP Gas Station – Kramer Electronics

Originally posted on 14 Apr 2014

Objective of Project:

BP is a global gasoline provider with hundreds of thousands of gas pumps. It is one of the ten biggest corporations in the world. The challenge was to install video screens at the pumps This would allow the energy company to capitalize on their captive audience by delivering real-time information including news, promotions, and advertising.

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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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