Are media players or digital signage software included with the display units? Solutions can be incredibly robust and we set up every customer for success based on their unique needs and budget. We work with all major players that have SoC and stand-alone media players. We can also help you set up the media player and train you on the content management system (CMS), or we can manage that process for you.
Can indoor digital signs have a touch screen? Absolutely. We have solutions that can be field upgraded to touch screen kiosks. Most peripheral items are all USB interfaces. For example, if you are uncertain if the kiosks will be located in an area that will support touch interaction, we can leave them out in the initial production phase. If a year into the deployment of the kiosk you want to integrate touch, we can do that within a few hours on-site.
Do indoor digital signage need to have high brightness like outdoor displays? No, interior signage varies. For instance, you wouldn’t want a standard brightness LCD in an atrium with a significant amount of ambient light. It would appear to be dim. In these circumstances, 700 nit would be plenty. On the opposing side, if you have a meeting room wayfinding display, 300 nit is more than enough.
What type of TVs or display screens are best for indoor signage? Indoor screens, when looking at just hardware, are essentially all the same. The only thing that separates our indoor signage solutions from a Samsung TV you would purchase at Best Buy is the onboard operating system (SoC) and commercial components to last longer than a few years.
Does Keyser offer installation or maintenance of indoor digital signage? Yes. We offer the full spectrum of install and service, including running data and power to the install location, setup internet, firewalls, and all cloud-based licensing.