Connectpoint™ Wins “Sector Specific Response to Covid-19” Award at the Global 2022 Digital Signage Awards

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Connectpoint™, the leading provider of solar-powered ePaper Digital Signage to the U.S. transit industry took the top prize for its Connectpoint Digital Bus Stop® in the “Sector Specific Response to Covid-19” category at the 2022 global
Digital Signage Awards.

The Digital Signage Awards are held annually, attracting entries from hundreds of leading technology companies around the world, including Adobe, Deloitte Digital, Sharp Electronics, Peerless, Samsung, Scala, and more.  The awards are impartial, independent, and objective, and aim to find the world’s best digital signage projects, creativity, content, innovation, and technology. Entries are evaluated by an independent panel of industry professionals. The winners were announced via a virtual presentation on August 25, 2022.  Digital Signage Awards is accredited by The Independent Awards Standards Council.

“During the COVID pandemic, digital technologies enhanced health and safety communications to make the passenger experience safer, healthier, and more accessible as riders navigated returning to work and school,” commented Rick Wood, CEO, Connectpoint.  “Transit agencies including Detroit’s SMART, Seattle’s King County Metro, and Portland’s TriMet, were able to easily and quickly design their own custom messages for the Digital Bus Stop screens to communicate the need for passengers to “mask-up” before they board, keep them informed about reduced and changing services, and provide updates on new COVID rules and regulations.  We are honored to have been recognized as an innovator in technology, judged by peers in the industry, and to have participated alongside other great technology leaders.”


About the Connectpoint Digital Bus Stop®
The Connectpoint Digital Bus Stop® is the most advanced solar powered (or AC wireless) ePaper digital signage, providing real-time public transportation information 24/7, at the bus stop level, without electrical infrastructure.  Connectpoint’s Digital Bus Stop® displays can be installed in about 30 minutes—on poles, at shelters, or as a stand-alone. This revolutionary digital signage features exceptionally low energy consumption and wireless connectivity (cellular, WiFi, ethernet) and provides always-on customer arrival information, alerts, and maps at every stop across the network.  Connectpoint® digital signage is an eco-friendly, energy-efficient solution for today’s smart city environment (IP 66 environmental rating), offering reduced light pollution, and is ADA compliant. Timely and accurate real-time information is delivered seamlessly to passengers across all of an agency’s digital signage with our easy-to-use and powerful Connectpoint® Asset Management system, designed specifically for the transportation industry.


About Connectpoint
Connectpoint’s ePaper digital signage, available in 4 sizes–13”, 22”, 32”, and 42”–is the most deployed ePaper digital signage solution within the U.S. transportation industry. Connectpoint also offers LED and LCD digital signage solutions.

Connectpoint designs, builds, and manages product suites through CPAM™, our device and technology-agnostic content management system. Clients have input and control over all signage from desktop or mobile devices. Our diverse and talented team have specific software expertise to deploy ePaper and other digital signage solutions and are able to solve even the most complex issues and deliver on-time, challenging projects. In conjunction with our sister company, CHK America, we have helped power over 2 billion trips annually, allowing transit riders to make informed decisions. Connectpoint’s robust client list includes WMATA, Washington D.C.; Pittsburgh Regional Transit, PA; King County Metro, Seattle; TriMet, Portland; VIA, San Antonio, TX; DASH, City of Alexandra, Virginia; GCRTA, Greater Cleveland, OH; SMART, Detroit; RTCSN, Las Vegas, NV; DART, Dallas, TX; Trinity Metro, Ft. Worth, TX, NCRTD in Albuquerque, NM.