What are Hostile Environments?
Hostile environments are places where there are elements which are harmful to traditional screens or hygiene regulations require screens that can be completely sanitised. Our solutions are about getting the right information to people in the places they need it rather than where it is a more suitable environment.
Commercial, industrial and manufacturing installations include factories, delivery docks, abattoirs, restaurants, clubs, schools, building sites, food production areas and outdoor adventure sites. We also have installations in homes and care facilities where screens need additional protection.
Solutions for Hostile Environments
At Digi Screens, we have a lot of experience dealing with difficult environments and working together to come up with solutions that best fit with our clients needs.
LLumar protective window film; a clear safety film applied to the Apollo Enclosure glass before delivery. The film provides a slim protective barrier against damage to the glass. When manufacturing malfunctions, high impact projectiles and severe weather, can cause damage to the enclosure, the film holds the glass together and helps to reduce contamination, damage or injury from broken glass.
If vandals strike with Graffiti, the transparent film is peeled away – along with the graffiti!
Outdoor Wall Mounted high brightness screens up to 3000nits, designed with IK10 6mm tempered anti-reflective glass are rated to be protected against 20 joules of impact. Designed to tough it out in extreme weather conditions, these screens come with wall mount and are ready for easy installation outdoors.
Outdoor Kiosks with high bright screens, anti-reflective safety glass are designed for outdoor exposure and a great option for hostile environments.
Content Management Software
To make getting messages to people in hostile environments, we can either install on the screen directly or supply media players and software for programming messages, videos, menus, news tickers, clock, weather and most media files. These can be networked to multiple locations and updated from anywhere with access via a webpage.
Food For Thought
While choosing to work with multiple suppliers may seem to be the way to secure the best price, doing so may not achieve the best value. Working with just one supplier provides benefits such as single point of contact, coordination of logistics, and post-deployment assistance. You need to be confident that you are fully supported long after the short term benefit of shopping around for cheaper prices is no longer relevant and you are in the second or third year of your installation.