Digital Signage for Government Institutions

Improving the visitor experience through the usage of digital signage for government institutions helps cover a significant roadblock by proactively attending to the everyday needs of your citizens.

Improving the visitor experience through the usage of digital signage for government institutions helps cover a significant roadblock by proactively attending to the everyday needs of your citizens. Integrating new digital signage solutions is the perfect way to create accessibility for all, a feat that OpenEye Global has had massive success with across multiple projects.

Competency is one of the essential qualities that a government body must express to earn trust and confidence in its constituents. Attaining a sufficient level of public competence is, unfortunately, a challenging task unto itself. It’s the responsibility of the government to attend to the needs of its people. By that measure, they need to be empowered to provide better public access to services, information, direction, assistance, and education.

For many people, the machinations of the governmental machine are obscure and difficult to comprehend. This is primarily because much of a government’s physical location does not necessarily simplify how information is conveyed. Knowing how best to execute a detailed digital signage initiative and renovate your government building’s physical space to address concerns and communicate effectively with the public is a crucial skill that we’ve harnessed through real-world experience.

How Can Digital Signage Enhance Your Space?

Empowering agencies at the federal, state, and local levels determine how comprehensive their digital signage solutions can address frequent issues. The layout of a government building may not be intuitive for a large section of your citizen demographic, leading to confusion and individuals becoming lost. Relevant information needs to be conveyed through an easily understood medium. Communications need to be seamlessly integrated, and so on. With OpenEye Global’s collaborative approach, we can identify and develop tailored solutions to help optimize your facility’s infrastructure with fully integrated hardware and software.


A lost visitor is an unhappy visitor. Government buildings are labyrinths filled with hundreds of rooms, spaces, areas, and departments that must be lucid to the average visitor. A digital wayfinding solution introduces enhanced interactive options that help provide direct navigational guidance, assisting visitors to reach their desired destinations more quickly with greater accuracy.

Court Dockets

A daily schedule within a courthouse can be obtuse and complex. A digital signage solution reduces the time and effort it takes for visitors to find relevant information for ongoing proceedings, such as case numbers, court times, and so on.

Informational Displays

Government bodies have a lot of projects in the works. An educational display offers a dynamic platform to quickly educate the public and staff on scheduled events, projects, initiatives, and more. Entertainment integration can help reduce an individual’s perceived wait time and stress levels, alleviating what would otherwise be an uncomfortable experience.

Emergency Alerts

Emergencies need clear, concise communication to ensure safety and organization. In a dangerous occurrence, such as a fire hazard or similar event, digital signage across your facility can override standard content to warn staff and visitors, providing evacuation procedures for orderly movement.

Sitewide Communication

Announcements, laws, regulations, rules, and more can be easily shared across all facility digital signage instantly. The proper delivery of salient, valuable information keeps both visitors and staff informed on important content.

What we’ve mentioned is just a sampling of the potential for digital signage for government institutions. Visit OpenEye Global’s contact page or give us a call at (732) 407-5018 for more information.

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