Deimpacto remote management software allows you to disseminate the information and the content through this circuit's interactive totems which was installed in the main cities of Ecuador. About digital signage supports which are designed with the 55-inch Samsung monitor.

The company Deimpacto in Ecuador, has created a circuit of interactive totems, designed by Elesván Pérez Pupo, installed in the main cities of the country.

These totems integrated monitors of Samsung with capacitive touch screens of Displax they have a 55-inch format. This digital stand is made of lacquered steel and protected by an interactive safety glass screen.

Some devices for digital signage which are used with a double functionality: as tourist information and advertising medium.

In the screens of these totems digital is offers information organized by areas and categories, and that provides data about accommodation, restaurants...

The user can sign up to receive information that interests you. It also has a webcam that allows you to take a picture and send it by email to upload to social networks.

A second functionality with which is has installed this circuit of digital signage is as support of advertising by what in the third superior of the screen is issued videos and spots of advertising.

The Cabinet, which measured 240 centimeters in height can be brandear, becoming a powerful advertising medium. Advertisers can hire the lures front, rear, spots of one third of screen or full screen.

The software that incorporate these totems, works with Linux and has been developed by Deimpacto. Offers flexibility of formats, programming of content by display and management remote in time real, to customize the information.

The lighting has also been a factor to consider in its design which seeks to increase its visual impact.

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By • 5 Jan, 2016
• Section: Control, Digital signage, Display, Dynamic advertising, Networks

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