Advanced Offers Digital Signage Solutions to Effectively Connect Students and Staff

Providing communication networks to enhance the student experience

Advanced Education has partnered with Samsung in an effort to bridge the gap between school administrators and the student body. The partnership has announced a digital signage solution to meet the demands of primary, secondary and higher education facilities. The new Advanced Education digital signage package, featuring Samsung LED displays, will help inform, educate and alert students.

The digital signs can be an asset to students of all levels of education. Every day, more elementary schools, high schools, colleges and universities are turning to the communication network system to provide a critical link between administrators and students. Digital signage can be used in multiple common areas such as libraries, cafeterias, student lounges and facility lobbies.

By installing the units, school boards and districts can provide informative digital media to throughout their schools and campuses. Digital signs are a smart and effective way to communicate messages to students and facilities.

The easy to install and use solutions also feature energy efficient displays. The Samsung LED displays reduce energy consumption by 30 to 50 percent, depending on screen size, compared to conventional LCD screens. The forward-thinking units also eliminate mercury, making them easier to recycle.

As a leader in providing audiovisual technology to Ontario schools, Advanced Education has experience creating immersive environments that help relay information between students, staff and facilities. Advanced has installed digital signage in education facilities and has proven they have the skills and experience to turn any classroom, lecture hall or computer lab into an effective and efficient presentation environment.


To enquire about digital signage solutions for your school, including package details and software training, visit or contact Advanced Education at or 1-800-502-0035.

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