Digital signage systems which are installed in schools and universities as interactive service points offer many opportunities. They function as virtual site maps and floor plans with which each user can independently orientate and inform himself. Thanks to intuitive handling, the technophiles of the young generation quickly and easily locate the right room and the right event. For presentations or as a means of activating students, its usage during lessons is equally noteworthy.
When connected to school and university networks, the areas of application multiply: simple printouts of substitute's plans, room changes, sick notices, cafeteria meal schedules or important telephone numbers of those on duty on a pinboard are a thing of the past. With IDS, this information is available anytime it is needed.