The National Exhibition Centre uses Dynamax’s POVng for its new bus shelter displays

NEC bus stop display controlled by Dynamax's on-premise application

NEC bus stop display controlled by Dynamax's on-premise application

After successfully powering the LG Arena for three years, POVng- Dynamax’s enterprise on-premise digital signage software has been chosen again by the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) to disseminate real-time information and adverts on its bus shelters displays located across the NEC estate.

Connected via a wireless network, the screens are used to show shuttle bus timetables, relevant visitor information to their visit and carry advertising. Location, date and time are also displayed as part of enhancing visitor way-finding across the 610 acre site. The bus shelter displays are at  key locations throughout the estate, giving way to repeated and longer exposures to the displayed messages and a lower perceived wait time for those catching the various buses across the site.

Dynamax’s digital signage software has been chosen by the NEC due to its proven reliability and stability that have enabled some of the world’s largest media owners, like Clear Channel and JCDecaux to build solid and profitable digital signage networks.

Howard Smith, Dynamax’s Director said ‘’We are delighted to have been part of this project. Our POVng content

Piazza bus stop display powered by Dynamax’s POVng

distribution and scheduling software integrated perfectly with the NEC’s existing hardware, monitoring and creative requirements, making a  key contribution to this new visitor information and way-finding system.’’

David Hart, Project Manager at the NEC, said: “Dynamax’s open approach to linking technologies together, such as XML and Flash, means we now have the flexibility to update the bus times, locations and visitor information simultaneously, resulting in an enhanced experience for our customers.”

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About the NEC

The NEC occupies a 610 acre site in the borough of Solihull, just eight miles from Birmingham City Centre and offers unrivalled flexibility across more than 186,000 square metres of covered exhibition space through 20 interconnecting halls, around 167 acres of hard standing and 75 acres of woodland.

Welcoming around 2.1 million visitors each year, to a diverse range of around 138 trade and consumer events, the venue couldn’t be better placed with complete connectivity to the national transport infrastructure – including direct access to the UK motorway network and a physical connection to Birmingham International Airport and railway station.

As the NEC site’s masterplan continues to be progressed, the company welcomed news that its casino partner for the leisure and entertainment complex, Resorts World at the NEC, Genting UK was awarded the large casino licence. Subject to planning permission, the NEC looks forward to the opening around early 2014, which will make the site a 24/7 visitor destination.

Visit the NEC online: www.thenec.co.uk  and find out what’s on at www.thenec.co.uk/whatson

About Dynamax

Dynamax Technologies is a leading designer of digital out-of-home communication networks whose enterprise- on- premise product is used by large media owners like JCDecaux, Clear Channel. Having recently launched a cloud- based application, Dynamax’s solutions enable organisations of various sizes to communicate with over 30 million consumers every week, all around the world.

For more information please visit www.dynamaxworld.com and www.digitalsignage.net

Source: Dynamax Technologies