Digital signs do more than display advertisements — they provide an array of communication possibilities. From crime fighting alerts to up-to-the-minute weather advisories, or even a last minute fundraiser for a local charity. Digital signs can offer more flexibility than other mediums. Today, experts estimate that 90 percent of adults see an out-of-home sign in their area every month. They reach the public much more reliably than television, radio and print content.
These small signs are equipped with ambient light sensors to ensure the least amount of brightness (Nits) needed for existing time of day and weather conditions. We install automatic emergency off switches in case of malfunction. At night, our displays run lower than 500 Nits — to ensure no significant brightness to impact drivers.
When four children from Middleton, Wisconsin went missing, digital message boards displayed AMBER Alerts to help find them. Days later, the children were found. According to police, they recovered the children thanks to a motorist who recognized them from the AMBER Alert.
While serving a 19.5-year sentence, drug kingpin David Green escaped from prison in Elkton, Ohio. America’s Most Wanted teamed up with the Outdoor Advertising Association of America to alert the public. The two organizations broadcasted wanted posters on several digital signs through the Cleveland area to alert the public and help catch this criminal.
Our company adheres to the strict standards put forth by the Outdoor Advertising Association of America, including all state requirements that regulate signage including digital signage.