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Luminator INFOtransit system is more than an LCD screen

Posted on October 14, 2014

Luminator’s INFOtransit system will be on display at the EXPO. The system uses High Bright TFT monitors designed for the transit industry.

INFOtransit can provide route listing and next stop information to the passenger, as well as rider alerts, public service announcements, video and static messages. An audio announcement feature can be added. In addition, optional security camera capabilities can be added to the INFOtransit system.

The system provides the benefit of return on investment opportunity to the transit authority by using the equipment for local advertising. Advertising can be location- or time-triggered to assure the largest impact for your advertisers. INFOtransit can enhance the ad card program or replace ad cards altogether. Changes can be made through wireless updates during pull in or while on route.

The user-friendly software allows the transit authority to control the information flow to the system and allows for quick updates as needed. A back-end system provides the ability to track advertising frequency.

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