In a time of increasing French DOOH activity driven by major initiatives in almost every venue, BroadSign is anticipating a future trend of continued growth. The company brought on a
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Advertime, with whom BroadSign has a seven-year partnership, operates OXIALIVE’s network of 130 digital screens that generate a daily audience of more than 2.5 million viewers and feature interactive campaigns. Advertime naturally recommended that the agency use BroadSign to power its smart city digital signage projects.
OXIALIVE’s smart urban furniture initiatives consist of equipping communes with informational screens. The cities of Lambersart and Coudekerque-Branche have three and six LED screens respectively, and manage the dissemination of their own informative local messaging from cultural event notices to real-time security information such as air quality and weather alerts.
“Broadsign’s platform allows us to implement a new vehicle for ultra-responsive communication and offers unprecedented flexibility for OXIALIVE’s interactive content,” said OXIALIVE Director,
In promotion of its newly weighted presence in the French space, BroadSign will be participating at the 2013 Viscom Paris trade show. You can register for a free trial of BroadSign’s software platform, BroadSign X, at http://broadsign.com/fr/version-dessai-gratuite.
BroadSign’s constant growth, extensive network and dedication to predicting and responding to industry trends make its digital signage solutions a safe bet for the future of networks with even the most complex of requirements.
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