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Wednesday, 17 December 2014

In order to enable efficient two-way communication with the campus, Mahidol adopted CAYIN digital signage solutions and built a digital information network in its medical center. With the use of digital technology, the limits of traditional learning can easily be transcended. The importance of exchanging knowledge and international data-sharing can also be cultivated by creating dynamic and interactive multimedia learning environments.

Provided by CAYIN Technology Ltd.

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Friday, 18 July 2014

As a new student, there is nothing worse than being late to class because you could not find the room. Digital signage technology can dramatically cut down on lost campus-goers with wayfinding integration.

Provided by Industry Weapon, Inc.

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Wednesday, 11 April 2012
Starting a new interactive digital signage project from scratch can seem like a colossal task. Where do you begin? Googling “large touch screen” will only bring up the ubiquitous “we offer interactive solutions,” which can make even the most prolific end user tremble in frustration. So what has influenced us to trade in the old woolly mammoth digital signage for this new-age technology?

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Provided by Horizon Display
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Friday, 23 March 2012
Bulletin boards play an important role in the transmission of information throughout a campus. It is widely used to announce school’s policies, promote academic seminars,and recognize outstanding performances of students and the faculty.

However, due to limited space, lots of important information can’t be transmitted to students, faculty, visitors, and parents effectively. The school consulted VCHENG Technology, CAYIN’s certified reseller in Taiwan, and successfully leveraged the latest digital technology to create a timely paperless information channel.

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Provided by Cayin Technology Co., Ltd.
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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, 07 December 2011
Two companies—Sherlock Systems and HDDS Design—that would normally have considered each other competitors five years ago are now partners. Dave Sallander, president and CEO of Sherlock Systems and Robert Nishida, president and owner of HDDS Design talk about their business relationship and offer advice on getting the most out of partnering opportunities.

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Sponsored by Ingram Micro
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Tuesday, 11 October 2011
Following the tragedy at Virginia Tech University, WVU Television Productions personnel was tasked to develop a 24/7/365 information and emergency alert network that would span two WVU campuses in Morgantown, West Virginia, with both indoor and outdoor deployments. The WVU team immediately set out to create an innovative digital signage system that would assist in protecting the nearly 29,000 students and 7,900 faculty and staff members in the event of a campus emergency, as well as provide current information to the campuses. The system, which runs on X2O Media’s Xpresenter™ platform, gives WVU a robust model both for emergency alert notifications and for providing targeted and timely content over a reliable, redundant cross-campus digital signage network.

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Sponsored by X20 Media
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Friday, 30 September 2011
Besides public places, such as airports and shopping malls, digital signage is making a big splash in the halls of academia. Educational institutions have a wide variety of informational content that they need to convey to students. This white paper, sponsored by C-nario, discusses the benefits of digital signage on campus, including:

  • Communication of important information           
  • Wayfinding
  • Advertising
  • Dynamic content such as inclement weather updates

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Monday, 08 August 2011
CAYIN digital signage solution creates modern learning environment for BarcelonaTech in Spain
TAIPEI, TAIWAN, - CAYIN’s digital signage players empower 15 LCD screens in BarcelonaTech (UPC). This project was conducted and implemented by PGN and imaginArt, CAYIN’s premium partners in Spain. The new digital screen network has created a paperless environment and provides updated information to students and visitors while simplifying daily operation at the same time.

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Sponsored by Cayin Technology Co. Ltd.
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Tuesday, 07 June 2011
Judson ISD is a 21,000 student school district located in the outskirts of San Antonio, Texas. Rapid population growth in the San Antonio area has swelled student enrollment in the district. At the same time, the district has placed a high priority on integrating technology and learning. With tight budgets and limited IT staff, Judson needed a computing solution that was simple to deploy, affordable to purchase, and easy to manage.

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Tuesday, 03 May 2011

When officials realized that video had become the pervasive method of communication with students, faculty and staff, they teamed up with Cisco to integrate video throughout the campus. The challenge was to seamlessly integrate with the existing network infrastructure and provide enterprise-class features, such as management and scalability. This case study discusses how the WTAMU and Cisco partnership resulted in:

Expanded emergency notification coverage area
Enhanced student engagement
Increased capacity for long-distance learning

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Sponsored by Cisco Systems Inc.

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Tuesday, 30 November 2010

As online learning and distance education becomes more popular, interactive whiteboards are becoming more common. In addition to showing typical types of information, such as handwritten notes, electronic whiteboards also can play music and video files and open presentations such as PowerPoint files and electronic books. Benefits of interactive whiteboards include:

  • More interactive, two-way communication between students and teachers
  • Electronic media can be annotated or hyperlinked, creating a more dynamic experience
  • More control of the presentation by teachers

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Friday, 16 July 2010

Digital screens are changing the ways in which educational facilities communicate. With digital signage, schools can reach students, faculty and staff with consistent, relevant messaging, quickly. Additionally, digital signage can generate revenue for students, as advertisers use the screens to reach the coveted 18- to 24-year-old demographic. In this guide, learn:

  • How to most effectively deploy digital signage on campus
  • Content best practices
  • Project management plans
  • Maximizing the value of the signage

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Wednesday, 30 June 2010

Communication is a vital part of keeping college students, staff and faculty safe on campus. Digital signage offers a way to present information quickly across an entire campus. In case of fire, severe weather or hostile situation, digital signage can share breaking news and offer life-saving details. However, to ensure the most effective digital signage system, it's important to consider:

  • Compatibility. Many departments might purchase their own digital signage systems, but the signage must be able to display messages campus-wide.
  • Cost. Universities must choose whether to upgrade the entire system or purchase a product that ensures digital signage is compatible across the campus.

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Monday, 21 June 2010

Villanova University wanted to disseminate information to students, staff and faculty in an attractive and timely manner. Rise Display's digital signage system offered a solution. Now, university administrators can control the composition and timing of all content. Paper postings have been limited, and the volume of e-mails has dropped. In addition to displaying information about campus events, schedules and emergency notifications, the system also features advertising from local merchants that accept the school's debit card.

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Monday, 21 June 2010

The Blake School, a private college preparatory school in the Minneapolis metropolitan area, was looking for a way to improve internal communications with students and parents across all three campuses. The system needed to support multiple display screens, and all the screens had to be managed from a central location. The school chose Rise Display because of its subscription-based option and its automatic upgrades. Now, the digital signage displays news for and about all grade levels, an automatic weather feed, a calendar for campus-specific events and a campus-specific news screen.

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Monday, 21 June 2010

Metropolitan Community College serves approximately 5,000 commuter students. Catching their attention to convey important information isn't always easy, but Rise Display's digital signage offered a solution. The company placed LCD monitors in key locations, and the system is updated and kept current by one gatekeeper. The school can now communicate more efficiently and effectively with its student population, helping to keep them engaged with campus life.

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Monday, 21 June 2010

The Julliard School wanted to add digital signage to its lobby to communicate with internal and on-campus audiences about events, news and weather. However, the first system the school implemented was too complex. Rise Display's combination of high-end display hardware and Web-based sign content management software offered the simplicity Julliard needed. The software, which was easier to implement and use, has enhanced communication with students and staff, without requiring a significant learning curve.

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Monday, 21 June 2010

The College of William and Mary's Mason School of Business needed a room that would serve as both a financial market lab and as a lecture space. Rise Display created a digital signage network that presents news stations, stock and bond market graphs, foreign currency exchange rates and historical stock and bond market graphs. Students learn how to work with visual distraction, while professors can program relevant data, enhancing the learning experience.

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Tuesday, 15 June 2010
Today's 3G and emerging 4G-based cellular networks make digital signage more cost-effective, practical and flexible. Digital signage networks that run on cellular-based Internet support provide all the capabilities of a hardwired network without its inherent limitations. And the advent of 4G promises to bring a new level of content to networks, including increased broadband, interactivity and on-demand video. Learn how to harness the power of 3G and 4G cellular-based digital signage, including:
  • The key business advantages
  • How cellular-based digital signage works in specific verticals
  • The cast of carriers

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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
Employee training is a necessity. However, it often requires large expenses—in both travel fare and workplace disruptions. Interactive distance learning virtually eliminates both costs. 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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