Topic : Daktronics

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Digital Signage Advances Help Deliver Info to Riders in Real Time

Management & Operations| February 28, 2017

Improvements on tap include readability, customization, and solar-powered products, while passenger information display options range from service arrival times and weather updates to surveillance footage.

Daktronics announces $3.2M NYCT signage order

Rail| October 7, 2015

The multi-colored LED displays, part of the subway system’s Public Address Customer Information System, will feature next train arrival and destination information as well as graphical information. A text to speech function aids visually impaired transit riders with clear and easy to access messaging.

Rail| August 7, 2015

Coveted SBB infrastructure award bestowed upon Daktronics

Daktronics partnered with Swiss travel and transport company, SBB to install 50 LED video displays – a total of 475 square metres – throughout 17 railway stations across Switzerland.

Security and Safety | March 30, 2015

New Technology Raises the Bar for Digital Signage

From clearer and brighter screens that adapt upon light exposure to multi-functional devices that reduce cost and effort, innovative operational ideas for the transit industry have emerged.

Bus| August 17, 2012

Digital Signage Trends Take Hold for Transit

As technology evolves even more quickly, companies look into the future for ways to develop better products, such as infotainment systems and information kiosks to better serve their customers.

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