Enclosure Standards

Digital SignageDigital Signage

Digital signage is a way of electronically displaying information on a screen. They can be found in public spaces, transportation systems, museums, stadiums, retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and corporate buildings etc., to provide wayfinding, exhibitions, marketing, and outdoor advertising.

Digital Signage

Enclosure Standards

UNL worked with ASI Signage Innovations to develop a collection of enclosures that were approved by the Digital Signage Steering Committee and the UNL Sign Committee. The enclosures cover a range of implementations, including kiosks, wall mounted large format displays, and room schedule signs. The enclosures can be adjusted to fit any size screen in the Display Equipment Standards list.

For non-interactive digital signs, enclosures are not required. However, if an enclosure is used, it is required to use one of the approved Digital Signage Enclosures.

For a unified user experience, all interactive kiosks need to be housed in an Digital Signage Enclosure.

Departments should work directly with ASI Signage in conjunction with ordering displays, to ensure the enclosure properly fits the display. In many cases, departments have listed ASI Signage as the shipping address when ordering displays so they are sent directly to ASI Signage for use in building the enclosures. ASI Signage then delivers the enclosure and display when the enclosure is finished.

Pricing for an enclosure can vary from approximately $1,500 to $3,500 per enclosure, depending on the size and format. Departments can contact ASI Signage directly to get a price quote that is tailored for their specific digital signage implementation.

UNL departments can contact our ASI Signage representative, Erin Carey, at erin.carey@asisignage.com or (402) 572-5055 ext 2002.