With no software to install or servers to manage, you can manage and control your display content from any PC or mobile device connected to the Internet.
Add and manage content for any number of screens with varying schedules at different times of the day. You can also update or add content on the fly from anywhere, at anytime.
Bright Light Digital uses devices running Windows, Android or Chrome Operating Systems to push content to your display. These platforms are very robust, stable and affordable.
We offer flexible pricing models to fit your budget while meeting your objectives.
We will provide you with training and support after the sale to ensure that our product is meeting your expectations.
With Google-powered Android and Chrome devices, you shouldn't have to worry about locking down devices or dealing with security software.
Help your guests with wayfinding and by displaying the day’s events, news, weather and more.
Use digital signage for directories, wayfinding, and promoting your tenants’ products and services.
Grab your customer’s attention with digital ads promoting products you want to move.
Assist visitors and patients with wayfinding and by displaying upcoming classes or seminars.
Create menu boards that can be changed on the fly from your desktop PC or mobile device.
Broadcast real-time schedules and messaging at airports, rail/train stations or bus terminals.
Campus maps, activities and news feeds are perfect uses for digital signage at educational facilities.
Display upcoming activities or events, directories, or use as a kiosk to promote sales or rentals.
"I reached out to Bright Light Digital to find a way to remotely update our electronic display signs without having to load new slides on a flash drive whenever updates needed to be made. Their solution was a cost-effective, web-based digital signage kit that now gives us the ability to update the slides over the internet. Mahalo to Bright Light Digital for providing our operations with a product that we initially thought would be outside of our budget."