Restaurant Digital Signage: Wolfgang Puck’s CUT

Wolfgang Puck’s CUT is located at The Palazzo Resort Hotel Casino in Las Vegas. It consists of 160-seat restaurant and 60-seat bar and provides a modern aesthetic to the traditional steakhouse. CUT has raised the bar within the fine dining industry and has garnered high praise from prestigious publications including the New York Times, Los Angeles Times (Three Stars), Wall Street Journal and Wine Spectator and was named one of the top three steakhouses in America by Bon Appetit Magazine.

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Dick’s Sporting Goods Park moved to Digital Signage

Digital menu boards for stadiums
Dick’s Sporting Goods Park, home of the MLS Colorado Rapids, is located in Commerce City, in Colorado. The stadium can seat up to 18,086 people, but may accommodate up to 26,000 for certain events.

Ping HD planned, designed, installed and supports the digital menu boards system for some of the concession stands in the stadium. The screens are used not only as menu boards but also to promote specific products or menu items, broadcast the game or even for third party ads.

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A Chicago Goddess turned to Digital Signage with Ping HD

QSR Digital Signage
The Goddess and Grocer is a local Chicago deli, sandwich shop, bakery, and caterer. It specializes in gourmet foods, desserts, corporate and party catering. This store has several locations throughout Chicago, including their latest store at Terminal 5 in Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The Goddess and Grocer is competing for an Architectural award, not only for this minimalistic architectural design but also for their innovative use of technology in Digital Signage. Ping HD one again, delivered a Digital Signage system, from its design to their installation and support, on a tight deadline and with great results.

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Buffalo’s Airport Digital Signage

Airports have discovered that the traditional way of traveling — calling an airline to book a ticket; checking in at the terminal, security point and gate and referring to an analog-style flight board — can be improved greatly by the use of digital signage and kiosks. Digital signage is emerging as a way of enhancing the travel experience from the customer’s point of view, while making the process easier for airport and airline employees.

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