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PRODUCTS
In Focus: Signage & Wayfinding
Clever Devices CleverVision
CleverVision onboard digital
signage creates a fully
immersive rider experience
and enables transit agencies
to engage with riders from the
beginning of their journey to
the end. With CleverVision,
transit agencies can deliver
real-time information, public
service announcements and
infotainment to riders while
generating revenue from
national, local or hyper-local
advertising opportunities.
A content management
solution simplifies updates
and ensures that content is
always fresh and relevant.
CleverVision screens are
specifically designed to fit
on a wide variety of buses
and trains, and all screens
are rugged, vandal-proof
and visible day and night.
www.cleverdevices.com
Peerless-AV SEAMLESS dvLED
Video Wall Mounting Systems
Peerless-AV®
SEAMLESS
dvLED Mounting Systems
solves complex design and
technology integration
challenges to create a solution
for any unique application.
SEAMLESS mounting systems
offer slim, space-saving
designs that are easily
integrated to aid wayfinding
in high-traffic areas like train
stations/airports or share
transportation schedules
and advertisements. The
Kitted Series flat mounts are
precisely engineered to fit
major panel manufacturers'
specs and adapt to standard
video walls. When a standard
solution is unsuitable,
Peerless-AV's custom
Bespoke Series mounts bring
any unique flat, corner or
curved configurations to life.
www.peerless-av.com
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MassTransitmag.com/directory
Daktronics, Inc. LS-1000
The Daktronics LS-1000
is designed and built
specifically for all indoor
and outdoor locations,
offering a rugged and
aesthetic LCD solution for
use throughout any transit
system. These displays are
ideal for communicating
real-time passenger
information, public service
announcements and service
disruption messaging, as
well as a medium for agency
branding and promotion.
www.daktronics.com
Connectpoint, Inc
CP-32 " ePaper Display
Connectpoint's newest
generation of large e-paper
displays have rugged
protection, enhanced energy
management and superb
clarity. The CP-32 and
CP-42 offer a customizable
presentation of real-time
departures and alerts,
custom messaging and
graphics. These displays have
been deployed at agencies
throughout the U.S. and
can be either AC- or solarpowered
and mounted to a
shelter frame or enclosed in
a freestanding totem. The
system's power and content
are remotely managed by its
cloud-based Connectpoint
Asset Management
System (CPAM™) from the
convenience of a desktop
or mobile device. This
e-paper display gives riders
updated information 24/7.
www.connectpointdigital.com
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of February_2022

Editor’s Notebook
People & Places
SkyTrain
Bolstering the Mobility Toolbox
2022 Mobility Outlook
Outfitting Networks with Improved Connectivity to Create a Better Rider Experience
Products
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February_2022 - People & Places
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February_2022 - SkyTrain
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February_2022 - Bolstering the Mobility Toolbox
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February_2022 - 2022 Mobility Outlook
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February_2022 - Outfitting Networks with Improved Connectivity to Create a Better Rider Experience
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