The new real-time digital information displays will provide increased messaging flexibility and provide a better customer experience. - Connectpoint

The new real-time digital information displays will provide increased messaging flexibility and provide a better customer experience.

Connectpoint

Seattle’s King County Metro Transit has awarded Connectpoint a five-year contract to deploy hundreds of “smart city” digital signs.

Connectpoint’s cloud-based management system, CPAM, designed specifically for the transit industry, will be implemented across all new digital information displays for the agency’s RapidRide stations and transit centers — including Connectpoint’s latest 42” Digital Bus Stop.

The new real-time information signage from Connectpoint will provide increased messaging flexibility, enhance King County Metro’s overall communications strategy, and provide a better customer experience.

The Connectpoint Digital Bus Stop will supplement King County Metro’s current static passenger information across the agency’s 215 bus lines. The 13-, 32-, and 42inch displays will be installed at highly-trafficked bus stops, transit centers, and corridors across the city.

All digital signage will include a push-to-talk system to enable audible announcements that can be queued for sequential delivery and supplemented with pre-recorded messages and tones. 

System health, power, and content across digital signage is managed remotely by Connectpoint's CPAM, which can be accessed from any mobile device for on-the-go changes and performance visibility and can be converted into an emergency message system.

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