Keywest Tech powers interactive wayfinding digital signage in Kansas

 
May 15, 2012

Keywest Technology recently announced that realty trust company CB Richard Ellis is employing its digital signage players, interactive digital signage software and content creation services for touchscreen digital signage directories located in two Overland Park, Kan., office buildings.

The office buildings, The Tower and Lighton One, are part of a business complex featuring upscale office space, reflecting pools, fountains and ample outdoor green space. The 32-inch LCD panels used to display the interactive digital directories are recessed into the wall and covered with etched smoked glass. The appearance and convenience of the directories help to create the professional ambience the realty trust wanted for the lobbies of the buildings, the company said.

Visitors can browse through the directories to find their destinations with the touch of a finger to the screen. Digital signage interactivity is managed securely over a network connection with Keywest Technology's MediaXtreme Interactive (I3) software.

"Office building directories are a terrific application for interactive digital signage systems," said Nick Nichols, Keywest Technology president, in the announcement. "Not only does interactive signage make changing listings fast and easy as tenants move in and out, but it also imparts the professional feel many leading companies are hoping to convey to visitors."

In both the Tower and Lighton One buildings, the interactive digital directories are strategically positioned to give visitors a convenient listing of tenants. Design and actual tenant listings for the digital directories were created by Keywest Technology's professional content development team. CB Richard Ellis personnel make changes to listings as needed.

At the heart of the digital directories is Keywest Technology's MediaXtreme I3 software, which provides an interactive editor that can be interfaced with sensory inputs. With MediaXtreme I3 software, it is possible to turn ordinary flat panels into targeted self-service directories and many other kiosks just by changing the content over a network connection, the company said.

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Topics: Digital Signage , Wayfinding / Information


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