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As institutions take lessons from past emergency events, they struggle with improving time sensitive
response systems. In the event of a breaking news alert, universities need to connect to the entire
campus immediately and are looking at digital signage as a mainstream messaging system to
communicate with students, faculty and staff.
Identify key factors in deploying a digital signage campus
• How campuses create separately controlled systems to serve
day to day needs in individual locations but still control a mass
message during an emergency.
• Why a centralized digital signage platform is more effective for
delivering real time, system-wide messages.
• How initial emergency messages can be pre-loaded to display
at the push of a button during emergency situations such as fire
alarms, evacuations or severe weather alerts.
“A good campus-based digital signage messaging system must do two things: On a local
level it must function to allow individual departments the ability to provide an ongoing stream
of departmental messages as desired, and under certain conditions, it must be able to
communicate globally to the entire campus with simultaneous messages distributed to all
departments at the same time.”
— Blake Reeves, North American Channel Partner Manager, Capital Networks Limited
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