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Monday, 20 February 2012
Network Rail is the government-created owner and operator of most of the rail infrastructure in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales).

Acquire Digital was given just three weeks to create the perfect solution for Network Rail. Tasked with creating an information point which would showcase current and planned workload for the whole of the UK to the company's board members, staff and visitors, Acquire enlisted the help of the Working Solutions design studio to collate client content before identifying and developing the best way to present technical information to an 'every day' kiosk audience.

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Provided by Acquire Digital
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Wednesday, 17 August 2011
Federal welfare reform legislation enacted in 1996 altered the nation's welfare program for families by imposing time limits on the receipt of cash assistance and stipulating work requirements. Moving people from welfare to work is a primary goal of the North Florida Workforce Development Board. Although the Board’s programs have dramatically reduced the number of welfare recipients in North Florida, individuals remaining on the rolls are reportedly even less skilled than those who have already left welfare and present unique and greater challenges. Aggressive outreach and recruitment, specialized testing and placement, comprehensive assessments and career planning, group support and frequent follow-up are all integral and promising elements of the intensive service strategy employed by NFWDB. Analysis of employability needs of recipients indicate access to technology is a major obstacle to finding employment for many individuals.

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Sponsored by Seepoint Technology
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Monday, 25 July 2011
To provide the citizens who are visiting the Legislative Assembly House with a tool which will allow them, through interactive digital signage presentation, to obtain information regarding the work of the Legislature.

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Sponsored by UCView
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
The University of Akron wanted to more effectively communicate and update their campus messages to meet the goals of a variety of university stakeholders, so they turned to Wireless Ronin Technologies to design and deploy a digital signage network. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
We examine digital signage deployments in nine different verticals that have seen financial success and ROI. Download Now.
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Wednesday, 12 May 2010
In China's Hunan Province, the Department of Science and Technology was looking for a way to make citizens more aware of the country's technological progress. ET Media used HD media players, a three-step encryptions system and Internet-based remote management to help inform citizens of high-tech offerings in the province. Download Now.
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Tuesday, 05 May 2009
Europe’s largest Ferris wheel deployed a digital messaging system to enhance the guest experience and increase promotional revenue by 30 percent. Find out what additional benefits operators of the London Eye realized by implementing this system in this case study from EnQii. Download now.
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Tuesday, 27 January 2009
When the government of Bermuda needed to get wayfinding and advertising information out to tourists, it decided to deploy digital displays outdoors. Tough display enclosures were needed —enclosures that could take sand and humidity. Find out how ITSENCLOSURES came to the rescue. Download now.
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Tuesday, 16 December 2008
Bermuda boasts one of the most well-traveled populations in the world. But with travel comes exchange rates, as well as duty taxes on any overseas items brought into the country. Find out how Livewire made this a self-service process. Download now.
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Tuesday, 24 June 2008
Jury duty can be drudgery for some, but Diebold Inc. has made it a little easier for jurors in Ann Arbor, Mich. Thanks to the Opteva 520, jurors can obtain their pay quickly and easily by redeeming prepaid cash cards at the Washtenaw County courthouse's ATM. Download now.
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Tuesday, 19 February 2008
With a statewide network of self-service stations, Michigan's DMV allows drivers to renew license tabs quickly, without having to line up for counter service at branch offices. The stations are installed at locations across the state and provide extended hours of operation; half are available 24/7. Diverting traffic to the ATM-styled stations saves counter staff time, allowing them to focus on customers with more complicated transactions. Download now.
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Tuesday, 19 December 2006
When Milwaukee police realized they spent too much time manually dispensing permits and processing ticket payments, they turned to Pay-Ease for a solution. See the case study here.
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Tuesday, 05 December 2006
The Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles tests drivers with kiosks. Find out how in this ELO case study. Download now.
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Monday, 15 May 2006
Free healthcare, health information, and voter registration! Not to worry, this offer isn’t spam in your mailbox or a cheesy infomercial. A well known organization is reaching out to patients by offering free healthcare, health information and promoting voter registration through waiting-room kiosks. Download now.
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Monday, 01 May 2006
The famous museum tapped the cutting-edge video engineering firm to provide an immersive user experience. Download now.
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Monday, 07 November 2005
The City of Milwaukee wanted to automate the collection of parking citation payments and sales of mandatory night street parking permit stickers. Pay-Ease Inc. served up a self-service solution that deployed kiosks into private sector retail venues for collecting parking payments and accepting payments for consumer and utility service bills, as well. Download now.
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