One of the biggest markers of our increasingly digitalized world is the proliferation of digital signage. We see them everywhere – walking down the street, driving in our cars, dashing to the gate at the airport – and there are few things that will grab a consumer’s attention more than a large, colorful digital display. Digital Visual Solutions (DVS) understands the power of digital signage and is now using IoT technology to offer all the pieces of the puzzle companies and other stakeholders need to digitally communicate their messaging through rich imagery and engaging content that can be switched up and responsive in seconds.
As the use of IoT technology in digital signage quickly gathers steam, it’s clear the market for both indoor and outdoor digital displays is diverse and growing.
Indoors, everything from informational displays in shopping malls to digital self-serve kiosks are being connected. Outdoors, there are the usual suspects – highway billboards that can be changed and updated swiftly and the massive digital signs we see in places like Times Square. But there are also things like displays at ATMs, roadside alerts and emergency messages for motorists, public transport schedules with real-time updates, and time-sensitive promotions at brick-and-mortar retail shops where connecting digital signage can be crucial.
About fifteen years ago Per Wahrolén saw the digital writing on the wall, founding Digital Visual Solutions in order to offer customers a wide range of digital signs, from smalls ones like you might see outside a conference room to the massive ones you drive by on the highway.