Digital Signage Displays In Railway, Airport And Shopping Centre Concourses
In public concourses at railway stations, airports and shopping centres,
the nature of digital signage and its locations have become crucial in drawing peoples' attention to essential information and advertising. The traditional combination of temporary notice boards and posters combined with numerous fixed displays and advertising hoardings, is becoming replaced with free standing totem and wall mounted digital LED and LCD signage. Digital signs offer ease in updating over the network, and draw attention of the public through the appeal of being electronic posters in the same vertical format.
The robust Lobbysign lends itself well to the bustling environment of the busy concourse, where the footfall is high and safety is of great importance. The Lobbysign screen and inbuilt pc are well protected by a high impact perspex front cover and powder coated aluminium and steel housing.
The contemporary design of Lobbysign LCD and LED signs, whether free standing or wall mounted, makes looking at information and posters pleasing and appealing. It draws people to information for the second or two needed to grasp attention. The free standing Lobbysign digital display totem communicates at head height, precisely where messages are best taken notice of.
The Lobbysign digital sign has a professional feel and is a focal point, positioned either near the entrance, along walkways or in food courts and atriums, where members of the public either gather or pass through. It will convey an important message or advertisement in the moment required to focus the concentration of passers by.
LobbysignLCD notices and announcements are supported and enhanced by images and video clips, whilst the Lobbysign LED display uses a dot matrix format to show high impact text. Advertisements can be timed to a second and notices can be scheduled to appear when needed then disappear, to be replaced with further digital signage advertising or information. Programming is simply done either over the network or locally with a keyboard or memory stick.