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Smart Expands Actalyst Digital Signage Solutions

Jul 13, 2006 8:00 AM


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Smart Technologies announces the continued expansion of its Actalyst interactive digital signage product line to include an overlay for 32in. flat-panel displays. The overlay fastens securely to LCD or plasma displays to create touch-enabled interactive surfaces. The new 32in. overlay, the smallest of the Actalyst interactive overlays, gives purchasers another option when space for digital signage is limited. Actalyst interactive overlays now range in size from 32in. to 65in. diagonally, and they can be oriented in portrait or landscape mode. Smart supports most 32in. digital displays, including those from NEC, Samsung, LG, Panasonic, and Toshiba, with others to follow.

Actalyst interactive digital signage combines with a flat-panel display to provide an increasingly popular way for people to find information in public places. They simply walk up to the product and use a finger to navigate multimedia content to find what they need. The overlay is ideal for interactive information stations in retail stores, office buildings, real-estate developments, museums, hotels, and shopping malls where people often need information, but may not need human assistance.

“Smart added the 32in. overlay in response to customer demand,” says Nancy Knowlton, Smart’s president and co-CEO. “The full line of Actalyst interactive overlays allows retailers, facility managers, exhibit designers, and others to bring high-impact interactive digital signage to virtually any public place.”



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