The evolution of video walls

Video walls are quickly becoming commonplace in the digital signage industry. Their popularity in airports, restaurants, shopping malls, hotels, sports bars, exhibitions and other high-traffic environments is causing a jump in digital signage hardware sales.

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LED systems for channel letters

Over the past 10 years, there has been a major shift in the sign industry, with light-emitting diodes (LEDs) becoming the preferred method for illuminating channel letters, lightboxes, pylon signs, cabinets and other sign products.

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Providing guidance through the abilities centre

The Abilities Centre, a new multi-purpose facility in Whitby, Ont., has been designed to provide full accessibility for people of all ages and abilities. In the works for approximately a decade before opening in June 2012, it represents an ambitious hope to change Canada’s social fabric through inclusiveness.

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Reviewing Toronto’s regulations

Toronto’s sign bylaw unit is currently reviewing its municipal regulations, particularly those relating to electronic message centres (EMCs) and other forms of outdoor illuminated and digital signs and billboards. This process has involved collecting public and industry input with regard to potential bylaw changes for both first-party and third-party signage, as well as traffic safety implications.

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