Case Studies

  1. HELPING TO FULLY KIT YOU OUT

    HELPING TO FULLY KIT YOU OUT

    UNICOL’s latest range of complete floor-to-ceiling and floor-to-wall trade pack kits have been uniquely designed to make your life easier when ordering and planning. Below, we look into how these pre-packaged kits provide you with peace of mind when it comes to these types of installations by utilising Kipling’s 6 points - what, why, how, where, when and who!

    Answered by UNICOL Sales Team Members John Davies and Dan Marsh!

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  2. UNIVERSAL OR DEDICATED? WHY WE OFFER BOTH

    UNIVERSAL OR DEDICATED? WHY WE OFFER BOTH

    We take a look at why UNICOL offer both Universal and Dedicated options within their ranges and how that benefits you.

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  3. TAILOR MADE OUTDOOR HOUSINGS

    TAILOR MADE OUTDOOR HOUSINGS

    With digital signage continuing to expand across all market sectors there is the increasing issue of ensuring it is safe/durable in outdoor climates. This issue is compounded when you take into consideration the size of the screens often required for digital signage scenarios such as; advertising, sharing sporting events, acting as departure boards, rebrands and more. With large screens comes a high risk of accidental damage, dust, machinery spray, high / low temperature ranges and more – so how do you keep them safe?

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  4. ELEARNING - IS THE REVOLUTION HERE?

    ELEARNING - IS THE REVOLUTION HERE?

    Fifty-five years ago this month UNICOL began providing stands to support 35mm carousel slide projectors in schools across the UK. So began the audiovisual (AV) industry and the introduction of projected images to enhance the learning experience.  Many years later and with the terms eLearning and Edtech driving modern thinking you would imagine the classroom of today would look very different. However, in general the teacher still stands at the front of a room full of students and the blackboard has been replaced with a whiteboard or TV screen. Obviously, the curriculum has changed and the ability to have immediate information from across the globe has enriched learning through collaboration and sharing.

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  5. WHEN THE MATRIX MEETS EDUCATION

    WHEN THE MATRIX MEETS EDUCATION

    With approximately 95% of the population benefiting from learning through auditory and visual means, and 65% of that being visual, it’s never been more important for teaching to develop with the rise in technology.1

    Blending technology with traditional teaching allows for teachers to share information both auditory and visually. Through the last 15-20 years we’ve seen the introduction of SMART boards (replacing blackboards), ICT and coding becoming core subjects/topics and more recently, the introduction of tablets in the classroom/lecture theatre.

    So where do we go from here? With virtual and augmented reality (VR & AR) being the topic on everyone’s lips, it is impressive to see how enthusiastic the sector has grasped the opportunity to revolutionize the way the world teaches and learns.

    VR headsets have been heavily implemented through the use of mobile phones and Samsung’s recent advert2 has shown how thes

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  6. DISPLAYING YOUR INNER FOODIE

    DISPLAYING YOUR INNER FOODIE

    With the ongoing rise in digital signage on our high streets, it is no surprise that digital menu boards have also taken a leap in popularity. With approximately 74% of customers1 reporting that an easily read menu is their main priority, it’s vital that businesses get it right, especially in fast food restaurants where menus are viewed from afar. Digital displays allow businesses to experiment with sizes, content and layout with very little cost and in minimal time. In this scenario, content is vital as nearly 7 out of 10 customers purchase products or services because the signage caught their eye1. But how do you go about sharing your dynamic menu content with the customer?

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