These days, many parts of the economy and day-to-day life begin to come back to normal after the COVID 19 “lockdown”. As a result, we are seeing an increase in requests from property managers to modify their touchscreen kiosks’ functionality. As the world has entered the “new normal” life, property managers are seeking to meet the safety guidelines.read on
It is no surprise to those in the industry that customers expend a great deal of effort on the decision of when and how to implement digital signage and which hardware to purchase.
Planning and budgeting, sometimes years in advance.
Interviewing various providers, either informally or through a formal Request for Proposal (RFP) process and even set up an internal “user group” or committee to advise on the types of features and functionality being sought.read on
youRhere Inc. provides unique digital interactive informational signage
Available hardware includes screens from 17 to 70 inches, and software has improved as well. It’s so easy to use that property management usually makes changes themselves. And tenants and visitors are supplied with information ranging from local transit feeds, mapping of the surrounding area and amenities, building news,
Toronto, Ontario – youRhere Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed the installation of four interactive directories at Scotia Plaza, located at 40 King Street West in the heart of Toronto’s financial district.
The directories, two on the main level and two on the concourse level, utilize 42” interactive PCAP screens, flush-mounted with stainless steel framing,
Ottawa, Ontario – youRhere Inc. is pleased to announce that it has completed the installation of eight interactive directory screens at St. Laurent in Ottawa, Ontario. The directories are displayed on 55” touchscreens housed in four enclosures, custom-designed to complement the Centre’s recently completed renovations. Each directory provides visitors to the Centre with a wealth of information about the mall,read on