Audience for
Digital Signage

With installations in over 40 countries, Audience software is used to create and control targeted digital signage displays in a variety of market segments including Education, Corporate, Municipal, Medical, Hospitality and Retail.

Digital Signage

Software for Digital Signage

From simple, very affordable, one screen displays to extensive worldwide networks that include dozens or even hundreds of screens, the Audience platform provides all the software tools needed to create, manage,and play out dynamic digital signage on any display device including LCD, Plasma, large LED displays and projectors up to full HD resolution.

Our clients install digital signage and use Audience software for many purposes including corporate communications, campus communications, emergency messaging, wayfinding, entertainment, brand building, advertising and interactive kiosk displays.

Audience for Android

Powered by the Android operating system, the new Audience for Android digital signage solution provides a high quality, low cost alternative to traditional PC based digital signage deployments.

Audience for Android
Audience in Action

ING Direct

ING use Audience digital signage, including a video wall, in the downtown Toronto ING Direct Café to both entertain and engage customers. A variety of location specific content is displayed including twitter posts, upcoming events, financial news and marketing messages promoting additional products and services offered by ING.

ING Direct

CBC News Express

CBC, Canada's national public broadcaster uses Audience to power its CBC News Express broadcast service to major airports across Canada. The Audience platform enables the CBC to present the latest video content and live data feeds for up to the minute local and national news, weather, business and sports updates to thousands of travellers each day. The highly scalable Audience platform allows CBC to easily expand into more airports and public spaces as the project continues to grow.

CBC News Express

Peel Regional Police

Peel Regional Police, the 3rd largest municipal force in Canada chose Audience software to run their digital signage communications network. Installed in 5 divisions and 8 community stations, the project was initiated as a means to enhance internal communications and public relations. The Audience platform is responsible for controlling both a public facing channel and a back-of-house internal channel, providing scheduling and content control to individual departments while maintaining the ability to post network wide, real time emergency messaging from one centralized location.

Peel Regional Police

Titan Canada - Dundas Square

Titan Canada is using the Audience software platform to power the extensive digital signage network on display at 10 Dundas East, Toronto. Along with the massive outdoor 2400 square foot curved LED video screen with a 34 panel digital tile surround, the Audience platform also controls the content for an additional 20 LED and LCD screens within the development. Formerly known as Toronto Life Square and sometimes referred to as Canada's Times Square, the intersection of Yonge and Dundas is one of the busiest in the country.

Titan Canada - Dundas Square

Glentel WIRELESSWAVE Etc.

Audience powers the retail digital signage network in WIRELESSWAVE Etc. kiosks located within 70 Costco locations across Canada. The displays consists of 42 inch LCD's, centrally mounted on the rear of the kiosk facing the Costco shopper. The digital signage displays assist the Wirelesswave Etc. staff by displaying current promotions and product details for the latest mobile phones, smartphones, BlackBerry devices, Bluetooth accessories and plans from Rogers, Bell, Fido, Virgin Mobile and chatr wireless.

Glentel WIRELESSWAVE Etc.

Open Text

With offices located across 6 continents, Open Text wanted a corporate communications network able to distribute 24 hour information to employees spread across the globe. The other essential component was that each location would have the ability to display a combination of hyper local, location specific information as well as global information to be displayed at all locations.

Open Text

Syncrude

With operations running 24/7 out of their Fort McMurray corporate headquarters, Syncrude needed to keep the steady flow of employees up to date on current mine site news and conditions. Special emphasis was placed on the ability to display automated hyper-local weather and traffic updates to inform heavy equipment drivers of current conditions at the start of their shift. A 15 screen digital signage network powered by Audience was deployed throughout the offices, in the driver ready rooms and other common areas.

Syncrude

Scotia Plaza

The 68 storey head office of the Bank of Nova Scotia and home to a roster of national and international blue chip clients is located in the heart of Toronto's financial district. Elevator cabs house LCD monitors above each door keeping tenants informed and entertained while also being part of the building security system. In the event of an emergency, the digital signage acts as a two way video conferencing tool, connecting elevator passengers with security staff at both a primary and secondary location.

Scotia Plaza

NAIT

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT) saw an opportunity to establish a digital signage network as a solution to providing its students with up-to-the minute class scheduling information. The system includes a network of LCD screens and a client-driven content message system deployed at various heavily trafficked locations throughout its main campus and two satellite campuses. The network has grown to also include campus sport scores, locations of instructor offices, NAIT News and is also a part of the Security Alert campus system.

NAIT

Edmonton City Centre

The Edmonton City Centre shopping mall located in downtown Edmonton, Alberta is using Audience software to power a network of large scale digital signage displays. The goal of the installation is to engage the more the 4.5 million annual visitors that use the bridgeway connecting the east and west halves of the mall by introducing a network of large scale, digital video walls displaying news, entertainment and promotional info. The largest of the three displays consists of sixteen, 42 inch ultrathin monitors displaying a wide range of video, animation and automated content.

Edmonton City Centre

Mohawk College

The Audience software platform is responsible for the creation and management of content displayed across the campus communications digital signage network installed at Mohawk College. The network of screens have been installed in lobbies, hallways and other high traffic areas of the school. Content displayed on the signage includes day-to-day campus information for students, staff and visitors as well as emergency alerts, advertising and promotional messaging.

Mohawk College