Empire Digital Signs

Choosing the Right Digital Signage

Are you thinking about implementing digital signage but aren’t sure where to start? You’ve come to the right place!

It’s important to understand that digital signage can range immensely in price. You can be looking anywhere from $1,000 to tens of thousands for a single screen, so it’s important to narrow down what it is you’re looking for. This takes into consideration size, interactivity/non-interactivity, features, enclosures, and more.


Hospital Wayfinding, Interactive Hospital Wayfinding

Interactive Hospital Wayfinding

All hospitals have one thing in common: visitors, often times anxious, trying to navigate a large facility. This anxiety is augmented when it is combined with the feeling of being disoriented. Hospitals are one of the most confusing buildings to navigate for a lot of patients and their families.


library digital signage

The Evolution of Libraries with the Assistance of Digital Signage

Digital Signage and Interactive System Networks – Tools for Helping Your Library Evolve

We’ve already established in an earlier blog that deploying digital signage in your library offers a convenient and effective means for communicating current news and events to your visitors in a dynamic and relevant manner. It’s not only far more engaging, it saves you time and money from printing flyers and posters; but all your systems can be updated instantly in the cloud from a computer located anywhere. Adding touch capability to your screen provides interactive access to wayfinding maps, encourages event registration, and serves up your catalog database and other online resources. This wide range of capabilities might make for an easy justification to deploy digital signage, yet we are just crossing the boundary line into a landscape where libraries are becoming leaders in creating novel applications for digital displays. […]Facebooktwitterpinterestlinkedin

Library Digital Signage

Making a Case for Library Digital Signage

Making a Case for Library Digital Signage:

If you were walk around New York City, you’d notice how advanced the entire city is, not just Times Square. It seems as though every bodega on the corner has a digital menu board. Our company is based in a smaller city, so while most people are coming around to digital signage, it certainly isn’t commonplace just yet. So you can imagine our surprise when libraries were some of the first organizations coming to us for not only standard digital signage, but interactive. […]Facebooktwitterpinterestlinkedin