Urbiotic Wifi

Digital Network of WiFi Billboards - URBIOTIC WIFI

Democratising High-Speed Internet.


URBIOTIC WIFI is a new concept of urban communication network that intends to modernize / replace the current public communication structures.

The Digital Network of WiFi Billboards provides a perfect experience to connect, discover and get involved citizens, in different urban activities...

Each Digital Billboard is prepared to provide super-fast WiFi so users can access through their smartphone / tablet or pc.

In these Digital Billboards it is possible to make phone calls, browse the internet, consult services and maps of the city and the possibility of charging mobile phones through a USB device.

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Digital billboard DOOH for Montalegre Town Hall PARTTEAM Latest News

Digital billboard DOOH for Montalegre Town Hall

PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS was responsible for the production and assembly of an interactive digital billboard (Interactive Urban Solutions) for the Portuguese village of Montalegre. It is an integrated solution with the capacity to analyze data related to the mobility and characterization of the profiles of the visitors of Montalegre.

Forum Barreiro: Digital signage to communicate in the timing of the purchase PARTTEAM Latest News

Forum Barreiro: Digital signage to communicate in the timing of the purchase

The Forum Barreiro has chosen the digital billboards developed by PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS to communicate and present information to visitors to the shopping center. Shopping centers have a qualified audience of consumers, who are able to spend and consume goods, products and services.

Digital Billboards for Tenerife Auditorium - Spain PARTTEAM Latest News

Digital Billboards for Tenerife Auditorium - Spain

PARTTEAM & OEMKIOSKS has developed digital billboards for the Tenerife Auditorium "Adán Martín", considered the most modern building in the Canary Islands (Spain). Installed in the Auditorium of Tenerife, the NOMYU INLITE digital billboards with 48" touch screen displays and webcam, allow visitors to see the cultural agenda of the auditorium.

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