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Company’s Solar-Powered Digital Signs Debut in California

Kiosks deliver city announcements and other real-time updates.

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In Eastvale, Soofa’s signs will communicate citywide information, community meeting agendas and other local information. | Credit: Soofa

After expanding across the Eastern seaboard, Soofa (Cambridge, MA), a provider of solar-powered digital signage, has entered a new market in California, the company recently announced.

The cities of Eastvale and San Jacinto – part of the Los Angeles metro area – installed their first Soofa signs that will display city announcements, public health information, transit updates and other real-time information.

In San Jacinto, a polling feature will offer residents a chance to lend their voice, as the city will use the tool to collect feedback and ideas from passersby.

More information about the company and its signs can be found at soofadigital.com.

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