From the rough North Sea to an exotic Spanish Aquarium, AOPEN has proven itself very versatile when it comes to digital signage hardware and communications technology solutions all over the world. AOPEN has been involved in exciting and often challenging projects the past few years, which has led to great material on how to enhance the engagement with your audience and increase stability in any situation, commercial or otherwise.
These customer successes are great examples of how AOPEN can improve a variety of environments whether your business operates in healthcare, hospitality, transportation, security or education; AOPEN solutions will enable you to turn concepts into reality.
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KPN, main sponsor of the Rijksmuseum, decided to bring paintings to the public during the 1 year anniversary of the newly renovated museum. From 13 to 19 April 2014 paintings from the famous gallery literally came to life via 86 digital displays that were positioned around 16 metro stations in Amsterdam and Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Passers-by could even put themselves in one of the paintings via a selfie taken from the integrated video-camera, and then share the image via social media.
FCBotiga Megastore creates a unique experience both in terms of innovation and technology, offering its customers a seamless digital experience and the chance to instantly see and buy the finished product.
With the redesign of the shop in December 2013 the store is now much bigger with a lot of nifty technology that integrates perfectly with the stunning interior design elements. A sixteen meter-wide LED screen takes center stage like a football arena with a stadium shaped staircase.
Eye-catching product presentation in-store. Inglot is known for its wide range of colours and for creating exciting ways for cosmetics to be packaged and applied.
Beautiful presentation is vital for beauty products, which is why Inglot turned to technology, seeking AOPEN’s advice on the latest ways to present products and carry out innovative in-store marketing through digital communications.
For corporate communications, CROC, a leading systems integrator in Russia, uses information displays controlled by AOPEN Digital Engine media players.
Twelve screens located in elevator halls on three most crowded floors display important information: company news, upcoming events, staff programs, etc. All this is done to improve staff involvement in corporate projects and communication between departments and to give office visitors an insight into the company's activities.
Visiting an aquarium is both fun and educative. Visitors will see all kind of sea animals, and natural human curiosity will make them want to know more about what they see. With display signs limiting the amount of words you can place on a sign, Palma Aquarium Mallorca found the right solution by installing AOPEN all-in-one touch displays.
Next to a sea of information the environment itself tends to be dimly lit. Therefore the management sought for an ‘out of the box’ digital communications solution to give its customers the maximum information in an easy-to-read format.
AOPEN’s Digital Engine on speedboats endures extreme conditions that would cripple almost any technology.
BMO Offshore is a strongly data-driven organization that provides deep operational information based on the on-board measurement system that it installs on each client’s boats, using the innovative Vessel Black Box solution including the AOPEN Digital Engine computing device.
Bedshed, a bedding and bedroom furniture specialist in Australia, is one retailer keen to ride the new technology wave of digital in-store communication.
After extensive consultation, a solution was designed to run on internet-enabled touch screen kiosks provided by AOPEN using the OpenSign platform.
Shopping center Rotterdam Alexandrium uses interactive digital wayfinding. With such a large ground of shopping space, the management of Rotterdam Alexandrium decided to give innovation such as digital signage and wayfinding a place in this modern shopping center.
Bolsa de Madrid (Madrid Stock Exchange) is the largest of Spain’s four stock exchanges. When it comes to the trading of stocks and bonds, nothing is more important than real-time information.
This flow of information can’t be disrupted; therefore a new and more sophisticated system was built and implemented.
Garmin international is a marketleader in navigation and communications systems for the airforce, automotive, watersport and outdoor sectors. They are innovators in their area of expertise and this is also shown in their promotional activities. The company installed a digital signage solution in the window of one of their stores in Moscow, Russia.
Baricentro Barcelona is a state-of-the-art shopping center which has chosen to integrate Digital Signage wayfinding into its retail concept.
Sporthaus Schuster is a sport shop in Germany with its headquarters in Munich, famous for its competence and authentic look and feel. With renovations coming up, Sporthaus Schuster decided to integrate Digital Signage into its retail concept with the help of AOPEN.
Transports Metropolitans de Barcelona (TMB) is Catalonia’s main public transport operator in Barcelona, covering the buses and metro network services in the city. With thousands of passengers a day riding the bus and metro networks in Barcelona, TMB provides users with real time public transport information along with general and practical information to enrich the journey.
Wendy’s is an international fast food chain restaurant with over 6,600 restaurants worldwide, with its main establishments across the US. In 2011 Wendy’s celebrated the opening of its flagship restaurant located in Moscow’s historic Arbat District. To enhance and coordinate their promotions, Wendy’s decided to implement digital menu boards throughout their chain with the help of AOPEN.