Aims launches new digital signage campaign
Dubai, April 4, 2012
Advanced Interactive Media Solutions (Aims) recently executed a new campaign for Alokozay Group of Companies demonstrating the impact of digital signage technology in enhancing brand awareness through interactive gaming functionalities.
The company developed and deployed custom-built kiosks at Mall of Emirates, Deira City Centre and Mirdif City Centre, while an interactive digital content was created using Scala software that integrated various social media and interactive gaming features.
Each kiosk was installed with back-to-back, 42-inch screens with touch panels used by visitors to play a memory game and register. The campaign also featured built-in camera functionalities and Facebook integration.
The kiosk displayed Alokozay branding when idle with a scrolling ticker text bar at the bottom of the screen inviting the public to “Play Scratch, Match & Win Game” and a chance to win instant prizes. The interactive memory game would be launched once the user touches the screen.
Ahmed ElRidi, CEO of Advanced Interactive Media Solutions, said: “The digital signage campaign that Aims developed for Alokozay Group of Companies strongly demonstrated the strategic benefits of digital signage technology, particularly for mall-based campaigns. It attracted huge crowds, the public enjoyed the interactive and highly-engaging gaming experience.”
“Moreover, Aims also used a state-of-art audience measurement system, which allowed Alokozay to effectively gauge the campaign’s success,” he said.
The campaign’s interactive gaming features were activated when the player touched the play button, which prompted the player to register using a virtual keyboard. He could then choose to take his photo before proceeding to the game.
On completion, the player’s score and photo was uploaded to Alokozay’s Facebook fan page. – TradeArabia News Service
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