SENSUS, in partnership with ONELAN completed two digital signage projects at The Ontario Association of Architects (OAA) this year.
The first digital signage project was a 3×2 video wall in their open concept lunchroom. This video wall is used for company meetings, presentations, movie nights, and to display entertainment for staff to enjoy while on lunch or breaks.
This 3×2 video wall utilizes a Micron frame that completes a clean/modern look and feel to the installation of the six thin bezel commercial monitors.
The second digital signage project is in the same open concept lunchroom, but on the longer wall. This beautiful 8×1 video wall also utilizes the Micron framing system that houses eight 49” Philips commercial monitors.
This wall’s purpose is to showcase various designs and work done by the members of the Ontario Association of Architects as an alternative to hanging hundreds of framed images on the wall for a nice clean, modern finish.
This video wall is powered by ONELAN’s Content Management System (CMS-LITE-25) and can support up to 25 channels for possible future expansion. The OAA is being fully trained on how to use ONELAN’s software to be able to manage the system on their own.
We love seeing creative uses for digital signage at SENSUS. These spaces look amazing! SENSUS would love to hear about your digital signage vision. We’d love to help you make it a reality. firstname.lastname@example.org
About: Ontario Association of Architects (OAA)
Founded in 1889, the Ontario Association of Architects is a self-regulating organization governed by the Architects Act, which is a statute of the Government of Ontario. The Association is dedicated to promoting and increasing the knowledge, skill and proficiency of its members, and administering the Architects Act, to serve and protect the public interest.
At the end of December 2019, the OAA included 4,300 Architects, 131 Licensed Technologists OAA, 49 Non-Practicing Architects, 1,716 Intern Architects, 326 Life Members, 214 Retired Members, 819 Student Associates and 35 Honorary Members for a total of 7,590 people. There are 1911 architectural practices in Ontario.