DART expands customer connectivity options with digital kiosks

Posted on October 30, 2018

DART’s digital kiosk platform (rendering shown) will provide local content, real-time information and connectivity. Image: DART
DART’s digital kiosk platform (rendering shown) will provide local content, real-time information and connectivity. Image: DART
With a continued focus on enhancing customer Mobility as a Service (MaaS) opportunities, Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is contracting with Landmark Infrastructure Partners LP to develop a smart media and communications digital platform, which will include the deployment of content-rich kiosks at strategic high-traffic locations throughout the DART network.

With Landmark’s operating partner, Smart City Media, DART’s digital kiosk platform will provide local content, real-time information and connectivity that enhances the overall experience for DART customers. Additionally, the kiosks will provide digital advertising, public Wi-Fi, emergency notification, and cameras for safety and security.

“The DART project is a great example of an innovative ‘smart city’ deployment, providing multiple benefits ranging from connectivity infrastructure solutions with local content and real-time data delivery to important safety and security features.,” said Tim Brazy, CEO of the partnership’s general partner. “We believe the Landmark FlexGrid™ solution will play an increasingly important role in these large city developments.”

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