digital screens in government building


Governments can streamline operations and reduce operating costs with digital communications


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Whether you are a small town or a large city, the applications for digital communications are numerous, and the advantages are significant. By replacing static signs with a network of digital screens and interactive kiosks, governments can streamline operations and reduce operating costs both now and in the future. A digital signage network is a cost-effective infrastructure that can support multiple departments and applications. Potential applications in government facilities extend far beyond a network of digital signs and include other areas such as self-service kiosks, interactive wayfinding stations, emergency notifications, and visitor communications. .

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Share wait-times and other key information on digital signage.

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Make navigation easy with interactive wayfinding and digital signs.

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Share real-time information (arrival/departure times, cancellations, delays, etc.)

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Connect digital signage to backend systems and alarms.


Share real-time information.

Improve visitor and employee experience by sharing real-time information on digital screens and mobile phones. Highlight important news, wait times, scheduling information, health & safety rules, and more.

  • Real-time information
  • Wait times
  • Personalize messages
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digital screens in government building


Make navigation easy.

Ensure navigating large hospital campuses and multi-floor buildings is easy with interactive wayfinding and digital signs. Incorporate conditional formatting to direct traffic flow based on time, date, or emergency status.

  • Mobile friendly
  • Integrate sensors
  • Conditional formatting


Connect digital signage to back-end systems.

Customize your digital screens by location to reflect facility or event information. Integrate emergency notification or security systems and utilize screens to share critical information.

  • Integrate with a variety of back-end systems
  • Adjust information by location/screen
  • Share critical information
digital screens in government building

Wake County

Wake County is the second-most populous County in North Carolina and one the fastest growing in the nation. To keep pace with growth, Wake County government planned a new criminal courthouse and records building. The building, named the Justice Center, was designed with safety and customer service elements. To ease wayfinding Wake County planned a system of digital signage that would move the public through the building quickly and efficiently. The Omnivex signage has received a number of positive comments and accolades from the public and Wake County recently won an achievement award from the National Association of Counties for the installation. Wake County has set a new standard for public buildings and plans to further extend digital signage into other areas and venues in the county.

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