Digital signage kiosks remain very popular

Museums need to ensure that they convey information to their audience as accurately and efficiently as possible. The information also needs to be communicated in a way that both educates and develops the audiences interest.

Fengshilcd high brightness lcd kiosks and interactive touchscreen solutions have been used in many museums including the Science Museum, the National Army Museum, the Victoria & Albert Museum, the Natural History Museum and many more.

Ensuring the visitors experience is enhanced as much as possible is still an ongoing process. It has become apparent through Acante’s experience that interactive museum kiosks have helped museums to provide a more enjoyable learning experience which in turn has helped to provide the museum with better Value for Money for their visitors

Over the years, Fengshi digital signage has discovered that the most informative way of delivering information is through touchscreens and touch screen kiosk technology. This hands-on interactive format can be utilised to deliver a multitude of useful, educational, informative and usable information through a single interactive information touch screen kiosk solution.

LCD Display Kiosk technology allows museums to communicate with visitors via multiple applications whilst combining audio and video playback through interactive kiosk terminals, delivering key information in an exciting and informative way that is accessible to children and adults alike.

Interactive touch screen kiosks within museums offer a way of improving the visitors experience by delivering greater interactive information about a particular exhibit or exhibition. The kiosks could, for example, show textual information about a specific subject, as well as looped videos and changing images to further enhance the visitors understanding of the exhibit.

Videos can be very helpful in illustrating points of interest and images can help relay real life experiences to the audience.

In each case differing touchscreen solutions and touch screen kiosk terminals were implemented to ensure a best fit solution for the individual museum environment. Whether through the use of floor standing kiosks, wall mounted kiosks or touch screen LCDs and panel PCs.

In order to achieve maximum audience enhancement kiosk solutions need to be wheel chair friendly and usable by both children and adults alike. Fengshi’s range of interactive museum kiosks ensure DDA compliance as they are designed to be the right height and angle to allow for access by wheelchair users and children.

Interactive museum kiosk solutions have already changed the way in which museums and exhibitions deliver information to their audiences. Interactive touch screen technology is continuing to allow museums to vary the delivery content, help attract more visitors and ensure that the customer experience is continually improved.

Fengshi have a range of kiosks which have been developed over the years using feed back acquired from museums. Today our kiosk range and interactive touch screen solutions cater for every requirement no matter how bespoke.
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How digital signage helps businesses adapt to the “New Normal”

There is no question that businesses are feeling the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. Over the last few months, brands and consumers have had to adapt to change quicker than at any time in recent history. The way we do business is changing, and with no clear end in sight, companies must get creative and move fast as they prepare for the future.

From empty stadiums to curbside pickup, companies have had no choice but to go along for the ride. As states begin to lift restrictions, businesses must be strategic as they implement experiences that will give consumers the confidence to resume in-person commerce.

How lcd digital signage can help calm the storm
The implementation of traditional static signage has been vital in educating consumers about social distancing and good hygiene practices. The presence of these reminders has helped calm the many fears as consumers begin to move forward, resuming their normal activities. As health experts learn more about the virus, news and recommendations continue to change. Because of this, static signage is not a long term or cost-effective solution.

Modern digital signage has changed how we communicate with the masses. The evolution of both hardware and cloud-based CMS technologies has led to the development of new digital applications. These applications are helping businesses solve many of the current challenges that doing business in a worldwide pandemic creates.

LCD Digital signage helps businesses simplify tasks.
As businesses reopen, public health officials have asked companies to limit the number of customers allowed in their stores. To manage this, many have assigned dedicated employees to count customers as they come and go.

Access control widgets to help businesses simplify how they track and communicate to waiting customers are now being produced. With any mobile device, employees can easily +/- visitors as they come and go. Live numbers can then show on a nearby digital signage display to keep waiting customers informed. Once at maximum occupancy, on-screen messaging can instantly be triggered to show custom content to those waiting to enter. To further simplify, the ability to count customers and trigger content without the need of an employee is possible with minimal add ons to these kinds of developing solutions.

High Brightness Digital signage helps keep the curve flat

Offering personal protective equipment for customers is a great way to rebuild consumer confidence. Many digital signage providers now offer wellness kiosks that consolidate everything needed to both educate and protect customers.

With these kiosks, customers are encouraged to step up and receive a hands-free temperature reading. The results are then instantly visible on a built-in HD display.

Gloves, masks, and hand sanitizer are available directly within the kiosk to offer customers the tools and supplies they need to feel safe and protected.

Digital signage helps educate, remind, and inform.

We all know that practicing good hygiene is critical, but changing bad habits takes time and requires constant reminders.

With millions of highly visible displays around the world, digital signage continues to be the perfect channel to remind and educate the general public about the importance of social distancing and good hygiene.

Because many of these displays run on cloud-based content management systems, it’s easy to push updated and relevant content from anywhere.
There are many free COVID-19 digital signage templates available online that anyone can download to help educate and spread awareness.
Until a vaccine is readily available, the world must learn to adapt to this “new normal.” As we move forward, digital signage technology will continue to evolve into practical applications that give consumers the tools and confidence they need to enter back into the world.

Many countries enable touchscreen tech

Digital signage system supplier, which provides public information and wayfinding solutions for the Japanese mass transit sector and other municipal spaces, has installed interactive touchscreens in Shinto shrines in Japan, according to a press release.

They have developed a special, touch interactive digital signage system that can be operated remotely. A large touchscreen with high resolution that can withstand long-term use in all weather was essential. This was especially important for the application, as almost all are installed outdoors. Here, a highly reliable touchscreen technology that can perform well in any environment was essential.

The system is now installed outside in the grounds of over 20 Shinto shrines providing multilingual public information, educating overseas visitors how to behave appropriately during their visit.

People used projected capacitive technology touch sensors for the user interface of its public information display.