Research suggests that only 10% of people remember what they hear, and 20% remember what they read, but 80% remember what they see and do. This is why K-12 school districts are investing a significant portion of their ed-tech budgets on visual display technologies. Read more about how K-12 decision makers can address digital and budget concerns, so the solutions they buy will meet their needs for today and well into the future.
Retailers have long relied on in-store advertising and signage to attract customers, promote individual products and product lines, and highlight sales and other offers. Although these promotional methods help drive sales and boost revenue streams, maintaining traditional, non-digital in-store displays poses significant challenges, particularly for large-scale retailers with multiple stores. Learn more about new standards in retail to help products shine to their fullest in this new whitepaper.
Projection mapping isn’t just for big-budget sports events anymore. A growing number of churches around the world are using multimedia projectors to transform their sanctuaries and multipurpose rooms into immersive experiences for the senses, bringing home their spiritual messages with unforgettable symphonies of light and sound. Read more about how churches are creating a new experience.
According to a study published by Pew Research Center, consumers prefer brick-and-mortar stores, but a growing number of people report an increase in regular online shopping; 43% do so weekly or a few times per month. Traditional retailers face both a threat and an opportunity with these changing trends. Read about these trends in this NEC whitepaper.
Digital technologies do more than improve the overall classroom experience. They also enable institutions and teachers to better serve individual students, using interactive and personal devices to customize learning on a one-to-one level. Although educators have made great strides in raising the standard for education, their efforts have not fully achieved the goal of building a robust 21st-century learning infrastructure. Learn more about what educators are doing to improve this environment.
When walking past a digital display in a retail location, a consumer may see an ad for a product of interest. They may spend a few moments looking at the screen before deciding to find the item in the store and buy it. Retailers understand that such a seemingly simple action can take an enormous amount of effort behind the scenes. Learn more about the defining factors that go into creating captivating signage in this article.
A house of worship’s purpose is to bring people together to share a positive message. When a facility is able to serve its members more effectively using technology, it translates to higher attendance and positive word-of-mouth – keeping current members coming back and encouraging new ones to join. There are many technologies to consider when outfitting your HoW. Learn more here.
As technology evolves, university communication methods have progressed from simple bulletin boards in student centers to high-tech ways to convey a message, including digital signage. Digital signage technology is now a common sight on university campuses – and for good reason. Read on!
Today’s K-12 and college students grew up with personal technology in their hands, so they already have the fluency needed to make use of these solutions during their educational journey. School districts across the country have given the green light to technologies that support this digital form of learning. See how schools can better connect students and the curriculum in this article.
The use of digital signage in the restaurant space has been growing exponentially as operators realize the flexibility, marketing and branding opportunities it provides. But there are more important reasons to deploy digital signage for your brand. Learn more in this report from NEC.
Millennials have been the largest age group driving an increase in visits and profits for fast casual restaurants and more than 1/5 of Gen Z’s budget goes toward food. To attract these customers, brands must focus their efforts on how they market to millennials and Gen Z, especially in an age of increased competition. Read more in this report from NEC.
NEC Display’s Richard Ventura and partners discuss industry trends and events, including the NEC Display Partner Showcase during New York Digital Signage Week, as well as NEC’s partnership with Mercy Ships
Annual revenues for IoT is expected to exceed $470B by 2020. By pairing IoT devices with digital signage, manufacturers, shippers, and other enterprises will be able to quickly economize their logistics. Learn more in this new NEC report.
Maintaining safety and security are important in any environment, but transportation professionals have particular challenges associated with ensuring travelers stay safe. Transit hubs are often crowded, and there are varied passenger screening processes. See how you can use digital signage to keep travelers safe in this NEC report.
Using LED displays to communicate with passengers allows real-time information to be distributed, promoting safety and creating better-informed travelers