As they embark on their digital transformation, local authorities are adapting their operations to meet the expectations of their constituents. Today’s customers demand greater proximity and simplicity.
A wide range of measures have been taken to improve public service. And the digitalization of communication media is one of them:
- Both in town (billboards and totems),
- and in public buildings (touch-screen terminals and wall-mounted displays).
Contribute to public information and service
Communicate with citizens in real time
The advantages of digital signage (vs. “classic” signage) are numerous. However, for utilities, one of these is a major asset. It’s all about updating information in real time.
It can be updated and distributed instantly. And from a single computer to a multitude of connected screens.
This fleet of digital screens, spread throughout the city, is an official information medium. They make information more visible from public spaces, and improve the effectiveness of communication in and around the city.
For example, in the event of a crisis (extreme weather event, serious incident, etc.), the population is quickly alerted. During the alert, safety instructions and developments in the situation are broadcast continuously.
Distribute your news and simplify administrative procedures
On a daily basis,outdoor digital signage contributes to the general information of people.
Finally, in their indoor version (in town halls and other public buildings), connected screens are an integral part of local authorities’ digitalization process. Installed in public areas, they provide free access to online resources and procedures…
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