The Tzu Chi cultural center implements DT Research MS2800Ns Multi-Screen Appliances for its lobby.
By embracing digital signage solutions in its lobby, the Tzu Chi culture center successfully bridged the gap between traditional art and modern technology.
The dynamic displays transformed the lobby into an interactive and immersive visuals space, enhancing visitor engagement, and visual experience and
creating a lasting impression. The success of this digital signage implementation serves as a testament to the power of technology in enriching cultural
experiences and building stronger connections with audiences.
The University of Malaysia has set up five 46” LCD’s
connected with DT Research’s MS600 Multi Screen Signage Appliance which consists of
the MS media player and the WebDT Content Manger software. With this complete
system, the school staff can create, manage, and publish the dynamic messages
through the Internet or Intranet from any location and at any time. This efficient
new system is now installed in the high-traffic main lobby to display the
university's program schedule, announcements, events, and checking time tables.
With DT Research Signage System, students will be able to
get academic study calendar information through the digital signage kiosks, and will
be able to check the information regarding to academic such as programs, exam
results, student fees, etc.
With a spread-out audience across many buildings on
campus, the CTC needed a system that would efficiently and reliably communicate to
students and faculty. With the DT Research Signage Appliances and WebDT Content
Manager software, the IT staff was able to quickly set up a system that delivers.
Connected to existing displays, the signage appliances provide a way to get
information on library hours, class schedules, campus safety messages, room changes,
financial aid, weather, parking, and the school calendar to the entire student body
and faculty. With the UrgentCAST feature in WCM, scheduled information can be
interrupted with urgent messages, such as approaching storms or evacuation notices
in a visual form.
The Carlson School of Management at the University of
Minnesota uses the DT Research 47” display with integrated DT Research Signage
Appliance and IR touch providing instant information access to students and visitors
on the main lobby and other public areas.