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The digital signage market will reach $26.7 billion by 2025, what does that mean?

The digital signage market is projected to grow by $6.71 billion by 2025 with the market’s growth momentum reaching 8.80% compound annual growth rate, according to a report from market research firm Technavio Insights. The report details statistical qualitative and quantitative data on hardware, software, and services, application, retail, QSR and restaurants, education, healthcare and others, according to a press release. The data revealed how regions across the world contribute to the market. Additional highlights include: The high growth of retail space is notably driving digital signage market growth. The foremost factor impeding market growth is the growing e-commerce market. AU Optronics, Daktronics, E Ink Holdings, HP, LG Electronics, NEC, Panasonic, Samsung Electronics, Sharp, Sony, and Screenage are a few of the key vendors in the digital signage market. 37% of the market’s growth will originate from Asian-Pacific countries during the forecast period. China and Japan are the key markets for digital signage in Asia-Pacific. The region has been recording a significant growth rate and is expected to offer several growth opportunities to market vendors during the forecast period. The digital signage market share growth by the hardware segment has been significant. Key drivers and trends There has been a negative impact on the market growth post-COVID-19, according to the report. Key factors such as the increasing adoption of digital signage in numerous service sectors and the high growth of DOOH signage are notably driving the market. However, improper digital signage implementation and cybersecurity issues are some challenges expected to impede

5 Reasons to Use Digital Signage in the Public Sector Offices

Whether it is the local post office, the district court, or the national library— public sectors, owing to their very nature of serving the public, have to rely on communication. However, in reality, public offices and institutions are hardly the places where you will find yourself receiving information effortlessly. The public sector has a thing or two to learn from the trailblazing world of the private sector. The merit of communication comes first on that list. While corporate offices are furnished with large digital signage displays at every nook and corner (disseminating information clearly and concisely), most public sector offices are still lagging as far as digitization is concerned. This post points out some of the umpteen ways in which digital signage can benefit the public sector. 5 most significant benefits of using digital signage in the public sector 1. Way-finding made easier   Public offices are busy places. Large public sector buildings are nothing short of a befuddling maze. Often it’s hard to figure out who is a staff and who is a visitor. Haven’t we all had the experience of running from cubicle-to-cubicle in search of a person of interest? Or simply running in circles throughout the building looking for a department? These are petty inconveniences that can be easily avoided. A simple digital signage solution can solve so many problems at one go. Authorities can deploy wayfinding digital signage at various locations like: Entry and exit gates Parking lots Lobby and reception Staircase and elevator zones Corridors leading to

Visual effect marketing of LCD advertising machine

Regarding the visual effect marketing of LCD advertising machines, I think all businesses are concerned about how to use LCD advertising mechanisms to make more attractive video content. If the LCD advertising machine does not have any video, just the combination of pictures and text, then it is like that people have no language but only action, and life will be boring without any color at all. The same is true of LCD advertising machines, lacking what is needed to effectively convey information. Dimensions, attractiveness and vitality. Whether you want to attract customers’ attention to the screen content or convey important information, video is more persuasive and attractive than text or static images. How to use the LCD advertising machine to achieve better results The simple explanation is that the video can better express the information to be conveyed, and it is also an effective and direct way to get the audience’s attention. According to a study, 100 people choose a comic and a video, and 85% of them will choose to watch the video. After understanding this, it is much more convenient to use the video marketing of the LCD advertising machine. Merchants can choose to use video marketing to stimulate potential customers when there is a lot of traffic, attract customers’ attention, and leave customers with a clear and unforgettable impression. When potential customers are curious about the video, they will naturally interact with the LCD advertising machine. During the process of interacting with the LCD advertising machine,

43 Inch Window Facing Display

43 Inch Window Facing Display

Product: 43 inch Window Facing Display
Model no.: 521XH
Installation time: 2021
Area: Belgium
Key features:
• 1920*1080 resolution
• 43″ 3000nits Super high brightness

• Automatic temperature control
• Integrated multiple CMS

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55 inch video wall

55 inch 3.5mm narrow bezel video wall study case in Germany

Product: 55 inch 3.5mm narrow bezel DID video wall
Installation time: 2021
Area: Germany
Key features:
• 55 inch 3.5mm narrow bezel video wall

• Original DID-LCD BOE panel
• Good white balance factory setting
• 4K resolution for the whole video wall screen
• Push out bracket, convenient for maintain service
• Daisy chain and DP loop support

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