Trends in Digital Signage for Transit

DSF Board Member Paul Fleuranges is interviewed as part of this AV Network article about trends in transit communications and digital signage. The article is written by  Jim Beaugez.

“Instead of it being an add-on, we clearly see that digital signage technology is increasingly being integrated into the original scope of design so that its appearance within these busy environments is an expected and welcome addition,”

Paul J. Fleuranges as quoted in this article

Effects of the COVID-19 pandemic have rippled through virtually every industry, leaving many Americans jobless and prompting the declaration of a national emergency. But the coronavirus outbreak and subsequent curtailing of travel, both local and international, have exacted a particular devastation on the transportation industry.

The U.S. Transportation Security Administration (TSA) screened more than 2 million passengers on an average day in 2019. By April 14, 2020, one month after the State Department warned against international travel because of the risk of transmitting COVID-19, that number had dropped to just 88,000. New York City Subway ridership sunk by 90 percent … Read Full Article