Galt Museum intalls Videotel Digital’s touch-less interactive solutions
Videotel Digital, a manufacturer of digital signage offering touch-less peripherals and interactive 4K digital signage, has reported a positive response from two museum customers that want to re-open safely.
Galt Museum & Archives and University of Nebraska State Museum have both installed Videotel Digital’s Touch-less Interactive Solutions as a solution to ensure safe reopening.
“Because of COVID we had to act quickly to find a solution that would activate both video and audio. We chose Videotel Digital’s WAVE-to-Play and now use it in both our Discovery Hall where visitors can automatically trigger the welcome orientation, as well as for our Kainai Arbor exhibit so visitors can learn more about the exhibit without having to physically touch a screen,” said Brad Brown, Exhibit Designer & Fabricator, Galt Museum & Archives
“Our exhibits are informative and educational geared toward families with younger kids and offer a lot of hands-on activities. Previously, all electronic kiosk exhibits have been actuated with pushbuttons or touchscreens, but when the pandemic hit it forced us to deal with new safety and disinfection protocols. Videotel Digital’s WAVE-to-Play devices are a perfect solution combined with their VP71XD media players and they are easy to set up. We have two WAVE-to-Play devices on monitors that we formerly used as touchscreens,” commented University of Nebraska State Museum’s Joel Nielsen.
Lisa Schneider, Videotel Digital’s EVP of marketing and sales said: ”We are delighted that our interactive touch-less product line, which includes the ability to provide touch-less audio and video solutions, can help our museum clients re-open safely and continue to engage their visitors while keeping them safe from contamination.”