Covid19 will increase use of digital display screens claims Mid West Displays
A leading supplier of digital display screens believes their use will increase in the 'new normal'.
By: Mid West Displays
A spokesperson said "Digital screens have been used to update communities throughout lockdown and beyond, and research suggests the public has are noticing the format more than before the pandemic began.
Many organisations now see that digital display screens can deliver dynamic messages that are much more noticeable than traditional printed media. The messaging can be updated easily to reflect changing situations, and the screens offer the space to deliver more detailed information than posters or signage."
"Organisations that had previously rarely considered using digital technology are now seeing its advantages. These include schools, restaurants, local authorities, salons etc – any place where Covid19 security messaging is required."
The company has extended their digital range to meet specific Covid situations. They have added facial recognition and temperature checking screens as well as a hand sanitiser stand which incorporates a digital display screen.
The available options include exterior totems and digital posters, high brightness screens for use in window displays and a range of screens for the interior with wall mounted and freestanding options.
The company added "In retail, businesses have to meet the challenges of restricted numbers allowed in store at any time and digital can offer some help – not just in messaging but in delivering important sales information quickly so that customers keep moving throughout the store. At checkout they can also help speed up the delivery process. Adapting touchscreen technology can also help customers browse and order on screen to speed up the purchasing process.
More information can be found at https://midwestdisplays.co.uk/
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