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Keeping an eye on Hurricane Dorian with Raspberry Pi digital signage
Keeping an eye on Hurricane Dorian with Raspberry Pi digital signage

This image is from the NOAA Environmental Visualization Laboratory. If you’re on the east coast of the U.S., you’ve likely been keeping track of Hurricane Dorian. At the time of this writing, it is a Category 5 storm with sustained...

Your guide to VESA mounts and digital signage screens
Your guide to VESA mounts and digital signage screens

This image is from Flickr. To deploy a digital sign, you will need to mount the sign in place. Many individuals treat this aspect of digital signage installation as an afterthought. However, proper planning for your digital signage mount is...

How to manage content on digital screens
How to manage content on digital screens

This image is from Wesley Fryer on Flickr. In the past, content management on digital screens was a time-consuming and involved process. A user would have to physically visit a digital screen and manually swap out a USB stick or...

Using a Raspberry Pi display for digital signage
Using a Raspberry Pi display for digital signage

This image is from the Raspberry Pi Foundation. When people ask us which screens they should use for their digital signage, people often expect a make and model number for a standard TV screen. However, we sometimes recommend a Raspberry...

Screenly Newsletter - July 2019
Screenly Newsletter - July 2019

Hello again from our team to yours! It’s hard to believe that the second quarter has come to an end. However, when we look back, it’s also hard to believe all the progress we have made! We’ve launched a ton...

Screenly OSE now integrates with Balena and WoTT
Screenly OSE now integrates with Balena and WoTT

Lots of things have happened to Screenly OSE recently. The project is increasing in popularity and it is approaching 1,000 stars on Github (help us break into the four-digits club by staring the project). Part of the raise in popularity...