GOVERNMENT DIGITAL SIGNAGE EMPOWERS INSTITUTIONS AND AGENCIES TO IMPROVE THE PUBLIC AND EMPLOYEE’S EXPERIENCE
Government needs a versatile communication solution delivering the features government needs to communicate.
WHY GOVERNMENT FACILITIES USE DIGITAL SIGNAGE ?
Take the example of a city like Calgary or Geneva that uses digital signage to communicate with their visitors and employees.
A city manages several tens or hundreds of premises accessible to the public such as museums, libraries, schools, police and any other building in the service of the city.
Navori QL digital signage software allows the central administration to communicate messages across all facilities, while each site can enrich the program with content specific to the activity of each site.
Frequently Asked Questions
Digital signage for government can be used for communication, for emergency alerts, and for audience engagement, to both the public and in government offices and government facilities alike. Digital signage displays deliver relevant information based on a screen’s location, its use case, or its target audience.
Any group or organization that needs to communicate with the public or staff can benefit from digital signage. Eliminate the need (and the wait) involved in printing traditional signs for staff and visitors – go digital instead! Digital messaging can be in the form of general information and schedules, to display emergency alerts, as wayfinding for people in search of services, and for health and safety notices for both visitors or staff.
Display announcements, community updates, schedules, social media updates and other live information that is updated in real time. You may also include weather forecasts, promote local sporting events, entertainment venues and more.
- Administrative offices
- Lobbies and hallways
- Arenas and fitness centers
- Armed forces recruitment offices
- City hall
- Community centers
- Employment centers
- Interpretation centers
- Police / Fire and Rescue stations
- Public health offices
- Public libraries
- Public transit offices
- Vehicle registration centers
- Waste and recycling centers