DE Series



eTILE Series


  • Commercial grade 24/7 performance
  • Solid-state fanless devices
  • The right partner for digital signage, POS and kiosk

Device Features

  • UHD for amazing graphics
  • Ultra-thin to fit in kiosks
  • AC Power Auto Recovery

Rich in history, the Queen Mary dominated transatlantic passenger transportation before the jet age circa late 1950s. Long retired from sailing the seas, the interior has been well preserved to its former glory of pleasure cruises for royalty, dignitaries, and celebrities and now serves as a unique museum including a venue for guests to celebrate special occasions and/or stay aboard.

Deploying digital signage in a museum might be a challenge in itself. Add to this task the blending of art deco with today’s technology and it becomes quite an undertaking. The Queen Mary and Evolution Hospitality wanted a unique method for educating and informing visitors to replace signage from the 1970s retrofit when the ship arrived in Long Beach. The signage was tired and outdated and didn’t fit the richness of the interior.

The Queen Mary chose Insteo with AOPEN Digital Engines to help modernise and engage with visitors of this majestic ocean liner all while preserving its charm. Working in conjunction with the Queen Mary IT staff, we selected locations for the cabinets that would provide the best placement for visitors, but also minimise the impact of cable runs.