Primeview, the leading global provider of visual solutions, introduces a new variety of kiosk selections to further expand their digital-out-of-home (DOOH) product lineup.
“With the digital signage market exceedingly growing, the Primeview team is pleased to be proactive in expanding, innovating and engineering many new kiosks for a flexible amount of DOOH uses, from providing transit riders useful information at their fingertips to advertising the latest trends,” said Chanan Averbuch, EVP of the Americas, Primeview.
The Kiosk line-up includes both outdoor and indoor units targeted towards transit authorities, EV outdoor charging, outdoor communities, indoor charging, light rails and malls. These are all touch capable, cost-effective solutions with navigational High-Definition systems and media players with content management systems optional.
Primeview will be releasing several more outdoor digital displays such as bus shelters, urban panels, elevated transit kiosks, exterior display boxes and a revamped line-up of outdoor direct-view LED walls. These solutions can be applicable to a variety of applications requiring from IP55 to advanced IP68 outdoor ratings.
Primeview is a privately held global manufacturing company that was launched in 1997 specializing in advanced display solutions, with a focus on the industrial market. Primeview Americas manufactures on the most advanced ISO-certified production lines, maintaining high quality control standards to build products for the most demanding markets. Primeview Americas offers a true “one-stop shop” for display solutions, including digital signage, video conferencing systems, high-brightness displays, touchscreens, kiosks, weatherproof monitors, and specialty. The company’s solutions can be found in board rooms, museums, casinos, retail stores, hotels, and properties around the globe: ESPN studios, GE Healthcare, Microsoft, ABC studios, US NAVY, Lexus, Jaguar, Lacoste, H&M, IDF, Sandia and Revel casinos, NBC Broadcast Studios, Weather Channel, Disney Theme Parks, World War II Museum and The MOB Museum. For more information, please visit us at www.Primeview.biz or socialize with us on Facebook, YouTube, Twitter and Linked-in.