Digital Signage, Video Walls, Wayfinding, Kiosks, Employee Desktop and Mobile Devices
Engage passengers, employees, and manage facilities more efficiently with digital signage designed for the travel industry. Display real-time airline and ground transportation schedules, baggage claim information, city points of interest, restaurants, and other real-time data such as news, social media, weather, and safety. One easy-to-use platform gives you the flexibility to display key information on digital signage dashboards, video walls, self-service kiosks, wayfinding directories, and mobile devices.
Our Implementation Services
ConnectedSign specializes in digital signage applications for the travel industry. Our team is experienced with leveraging content from multiple data systems and ensuring security protocols are in place. We configure your digital signage applications, incorporating visual assets, content, and data. We set up, test, and label player devices ensuring everything will work smoothly once it arrives at your location. Utilizing one platform, with enterprise governance, you can easily manage a visual communications network that supports digital signage displays, video walls, kiosks, wayfinding directories, employee desktops and mobile devices.
Integrate with your data systems to provide passengers with real-time updates on the status of their flights, baggage and gates.
Utilize a variety of video wall configurations to deliver high-impact passenger and promotional information.
Leverage interactive, dynamic and mobile wayfinding applications to improve how passengers navigate your facility.
Include interactive directories throughout your facility to improve how passengers find the information they need.
Drive ancillary revenue by offering your sponsorship partners an impactful advertising opportunities on your facility’s screens.
Use employee-facing screens to increase engagement, reinforce company values, recognize top performers and more.
With an easy-to-use interface and advanced feature-set, you will have the power to communicate better than ever.
Use one software platform to manage as many digital signage applications as you need—across as many screens as you have.
Enable multiple people and departments to contribute and edit content, ensuring only relevant information displays on your screens.
Ease of use
A drag-and-drop interface simplifies digital content scheduling and management, regardless of how many endpoints you support.
Get access to hundreds of configurable apps, templates, plugins and content pieces that make it easy to customize your network.
Multiple platform support
Our software supports multiple player devices, including IOS, BrightSign and Windows, making it easier to display your content.
Built-in touchscreen functionality allows users to create items like interactive directories, wayfinding experiences, multipage functionality and more.
Key Software Features & Integrations
Our software can connect to many endpoints to visually stream and showcase your information on your display(s). Check out some of our top key features and integrations below.
Images, Videos, HTML pages
Microsoft Exchange Integration
Google Calendar Integrations
Live TV & Emergency Messaging
Meeting Room Scheduling
Popular Digital Signage Applications
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With our firm belief to walk with our customers every step of the way, we are trusted by great customers such as Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, IMI, Southern Airways Express, St. Louis Lambert International Airport, McCarran International Airport, and many more.
Transportation Digital Signage FAQs
The travel industry is constantly trying to find ways to serve their customers faster and more productively. Digital signage offers significant ways for every facet of the industry to increase their service while branding their company in a stronger way.
Not sure how digital signage can be used in the travel industry? Read on!
Attractions - Zoos, amusement parks, museums, and more can use digital signage. From wayfinding to branding to promoting on-site restaurants and shops, digital signage contributes positively to the visitors' experiences. A side benefit is, by using the signage to market sales and discounts, digital signage can help accomplish other goals like increasing revenue and donations, and encouraging multiple visits
Cities - Cities can use digital signage for wayfinding, teaching visitors about its history, and promoting shops and events. They can even sell advertising space to vendors wanting to catch tourists' eyes.
Hotels - Check in and out with digital signage instead of standing in line waiting for your room. Signage can also inform guests about pool and restaurant open and close times, property information, and other important policies.
Casinos - Casinos are also members of the travel industry that can benefit from digital signage. Welcoming large groups to the casino, wayfinding, show times, promotions, dining, and other announcements can be displayed on the screens, along with day trip information and flight status updates.
Food and Drink - Restaurants and bars popular with travelers can use digital signage to their advantage, too. Showcase happy hour deals, daily specials, and wait times with large screens at the entrance. The display's rich graphics can show photos of food to tempt their appetites and increase their order size.
These examples are just a handful of the most popular and proven ways to use digital signage in the travel industry.
Fewer places have more hustle and bustle than an airport. Flights, crew, passengers, and airport employees all trying to get somewhere with a minimum of stress and delay. It's easy to see why airports specifically benefit from the features of digital signage. Four of the biggest advantages are:
Saves passengers time. Large screens that are in high traffic, central areas of the airport make it easy for passengers to find their gates. This saves them from having to ask someone for assistance or from taking precious time to stop and look at their smartphone. Digital signage can be the tool that helps people make their flights instead of missing them because they can't figure out where to go.
Offers quick updates. If you've ever flown, you know that flights can be delayed, canceled, or move gates. Digital signage offers the ability to change its content within minutes. That way, passengers can be confident they are reading up-to-the-second and accurate information they need to be on their way.
Visually appealing. Airports pride themselves on sleek, modern design. Digital signage fits this picture perfectly. With enormous, brilliantly clear screens, a single screen or a bank of screens looks current. In addition to being broadly appealing, the graphics and high-quality content draw passengers' eyes to share information that helps them through their journeys.
Provides local updates if needed. In the baggage claim area or near the exit, digital signage prepares travelers who are at their final destinations. Traffic information, weather, and other local news can be shared on the screens to help them make decisions and plan their schedules even after they leave the airport. This positively impacts the overall passenger experience.