Going to Extremes with Digital Displays

How to take on the AV industry’s biggest challenges
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The immersive digital experience has become part of modern life, from retail and advertising to transportation and entertainment. While many AV integrators have mastered those indoor, controlled environments, the next frontier is wide open and already joining the digital-display revolution.

What makes these out-of-the-box, typically outdoor AV applications challenging are the many variables that integrators and end users simply can’t control.

Dust and dirt blowing in dry climates or from nearby construction sites, or the spongy air of high-humidity regions—not to mention curious insects and critters that can wreak havoc—can mean failure for digital signage and display installations.

Predicting the whim of natural elements isn’t possible, but creating an installation that resists potential challenges is a solution more possible than you might think. Displays that can handle extremes in weather and other harsh conditions, operating down to -40 degrees and up to +140 degrees Fahrenheit, are already on the market for the most daring applications.

Learn how to get started specifying digital displays in tough outdoor and hybrid conditions now from Peerless-AV.

How to Take Digital Signage Outdoors
Here’s where to begin. From ventilation and heat management to what IP ratings mean, learn all you need to know to conquer the elements without enclosures, glare or electronics damage.

Case Study: Daytona International Speedway Goes Digital
As part of its $400 million Daytona Rising renovation project, the Daytona International Speedway completed what could be the largest single deployment of outdoor displays in history. Read how more than 800 digital displays now bring racing fans closer to the action than ever.

Case Study: D.C. Metrorail Keeps Passengers Informed

When the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority embarked on a campaign to keep passengers aware of potential travel impacts on its D.C.-area Metrorail lines, subterranean grit and grime were part of the growing process. Now, 110 displays inside and outside Metrorail stations are keeping travelers up to the minute on their commutes.

Volta Digital Hybrid Charging Stations
Volta wanted to combine digital signage displays with its electric vehicle charging stations to create the ultimate revenue generating, advertising solution.

Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Emerge as New Opportunity
As the market for electric vehicles grows, so do the opportunities for integrators to specify digital displays for charging stations. Get the facts about this emerging market in this white paper.

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