Asbury’s I.T. Services department has an award-winning, affordable digital signage program based on the open source project known as Concerto, the use of a Raspberry Pi (low cost, credit card sized computer), and typically a 55-inch TV screen, plus mount. Additional cost factors in for where the Digital Signage is to be mounted (power and data cabling). These costs are paid for by the department requesting the signage.
To request a new digital signage installation, please contact I.T. Services using our support form.
I.T. Services strongly believes in sharing open-source technologies and ideas. For technical specifications on our digital signage model or other information, please contact us using our public inquiry form.