The first phase of the project, in Bilbao, has already been completed. Thirteen Samsung screens were installed campus-wide, displaying information about various events on campus, as well as information about current weather, sports and general news, emergency alerts and public safety information. The second phase is planned to begin in the near future, and it will include expansion of the digital signage network to the university’s campus in San Sebastian.
“Education is one of our major strategic target markets, and we are pleased that the University of Deusto decided to use our solutions as the software infrastructure for its digital signage network,” said Tamir Ginat, C-nario’s CEO. “An increasing number of higher education institutions are becoming aware of the great benefits of digital signage, and we are well positioned to meet this growing demand.”
This prestigious piece of business proves to be indicative of C-nario’s current success in the digital signage market, after having announced their new affiliation with Hublot stores worldwide earlier this month.
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