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ONELAN Shortlisted for AV Award 2014

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ONELAN has been shortlisted as a finalist in the AV Awards 2014 in the Digital Signage Project of the Year category for two projects: with Vanti for the Library of Birmingham and with Allen Creative for the Tesco Café Digital Menu Solution.

The new Library of Birmingham wanted to combine its 400,000 publicly available books and assets with both access to and interaction with new technology - allowing the public access to as many of the Library's resources as possible. In partnership with the REP Theatre, the Library also wanted to position itself as a leading events hub in the West Midlands region.

This project demonstrates how effectively ONELAN’s digital signage has been used to transform the library and enable interaction with resources by thousands of individuals with different requirements.

Tesco's objective was to modernize its outdated in-store dining areas, and to create the experience of a premium café. It wanted the look and feel to be more contemporary incorporating theatre style cooking and providing better facilities for families. Digital signage from ONELAN is a critical element in achieving this new premium café experience.

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