Dynamic digital signage
Dynamic digital signage can be used to display images and videos in full-page or multi area models on interior displays that rely heavily upon LCD technology. The content changes according to a preprogrammed schedule, duration established using best practices for this type of display (audience goals,). It's commonly seen within retail stores like Walmart where they have signs show up periodically telling you about sales happening now. It is commonly used in retail, healthcare (especially in clinics and hospital centers) and fast-food sectors. Recently, important deployments, in Tim Hortons & MacDonald's chains among others, have been launched for menu displays.
Automated digital signage
Automated digital signage is not as widely known, although this type of sign has been around since over 15 years in residential real estate for displaying properties to sale or rent. Automation also happens very popular with schedules indicating when the next trains will arrive at your station! And now businesses can use it too; factories often display performance indicators regarding production rates (such as how many cars they made) through automated displays that are built on top HTML5 languages like Java Scripts & CSS3's which make them dynamic enough, so you'll never miss out again if something changes unexpectedly.
Advertising digital signage
Advertising digital signage has a strong presence in cities near highways, where we can see striking advertisement panels that use LED-type displays. Subway cars and bus shelters have LCD type ads while retail spaces sometimes require an even brighter display for outdoor installations with high visibility requirements such as outside mall entrances or large store windows on main streets during daylight hours.
Interactive digital signage
Interactive digital signage has many different names. In the early 2000s, they were better known as "interactive terminals" and thereafter became simply ‘kiosks. However, with demand for these types of projects on an upward trend over recent years this term is now outdated so we can refer to them by their more modern definition: Smart Kiosks!