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The city has become the first high street in the country to install discreet speakers to share audio messages with its visitors.

Shoppers walking along Fishergate and Friargate will be regaled with a friendly voice delivering up to 25 pre-recorded scripts, which include invitations to “really explore” the city centre, reminders to remain Covid safe and details about free parking in the run-up to Christmas.

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Blackpool Victoria Hospital’s Emergency Department (A&E) has adopted a new audio system to ensure patients are in the right place.  

The Audiebant system is pre-programmed to play various messages at regular intervals and includes a regular message to remind patients that the Emergency Department (ED) is for life-threatening and emergency conditions only. 

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The city has become the first high street in the country to install discreet speakers to share audio messages with its visitors.

Shoppers walking along Fishergate and Friargate will be regaled with a friendly voice delivering up to 25 pre-recorded scripts, which include invitations to “really explore” the city centre, reminders to remain Covid safe and details about free parking in the run-up to Christmas.

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Preston City Council’s Street Monitors also work in the afternoons and evening to engage with young people and respond to concerns for safety and anti-social behaviour. They will be linking in with other services, including the Police, the Council’s CCTV operation and youth service outreach teams working at locations in the city centre during the half-term week.

In addition, Preston Police has linked with Bid Preston to utilise its new high street audio messaging service, which will relay safety messages throughout the day.

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In addition, Preston Police has linked with Bid Preston to utilise its new high street audio messaging service, which will relay safety messages throughout the day.

We believe everyone should be able to visit Preston safely and enjoy their time here. Incidents of this nature need a multi-agency approach and we will continue to work with all our partners to take action where we can and will be introducing short and long-term initiatives to help combat the issues.

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Preston city centre’s high street has become the first destination in the country to install an audible messaging system to welcome people back to their city centre and say ‘thank you’ for their continued support. In partnership with local audio technology company, Audiebant, the Business Improvement District (BID) has commissioned two audio-messaging systems, one on Friargate and one on Fishergate.

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Audiebant Media

EG Group has agreed a partnership with intelligent audio communication solutions company Audiebant Media with the aim of creating a new multi-sensory advertising platform for brands to reach millions of car users at roadside retail locations across the UK.

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The Issa Brothers’ EG Group has signed a landmark deal to feature speaking petrol pumps at all of its petrol stations.

The business giants, who made their fortune after buying a single petrol station in Bury, have announced they are working with Audiebant Media, based in Kirkham, on a "multi-sensory platform" that will implement in-store audio marketing into all of EG’s 370 forecourts.

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Audiebant Media, an intelligent audio communication solutions company, announced its partnership with EG Group to develop a multi-sensory platform for the company’s convenience stores. It will incorporate Audio Out Of Home (AOOH), Digital Out of Home and Pump Toppers strategies to reach millions of car users at roadside retail locations across the UK.

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Intelligent audio communication solutions company Audiebant Media today announces its partnership with EG Group, the leading international fuel and convenience retailer, creating a new multi-sensory platform for brands to reach millions of car users at roadside retail locations across the UK. 

Offering advertising surround sound, Audiebant Media’s innovative technology gives brands the opportunity to connect with consumers in a unique, unskippable format they can hear, see and touch all at once.

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A Lancashire media company has signed a partnership with Blackburn-based EG Group to install pioneering ad technology throughout its fuel station portfolio.

Kirkham-based intelligent audio communication solutions company Audiebant Media will create a new multi-sensory platform for brands to reach millions of car users at roadside retail locations across the UK

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In the UK, Audiebant Media, an intelligent audio communication solutions company is partnering with EG Group to develop a multi-sensory platform for the company’s convenience stores. The tech firm offers its clients opportunities to connect with consumers thanks to its advertising surround sound technology and plans to incorporate several strategies to reach millions of car users at roadside retail locations across the UK.

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Audiebant Mobile

Crossroads Business Park-based Audiebant Mobile uses its communication system uses text-to-voice AI technology to broadcast important and informative announcements in all environments at the click of a button.

Pre-recorded announcements can also be scheduled using a bank of professional voice-over artists, including regional accents and multiple languages you can apply hyper-localised and relevant audio content.

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With the impact of COVID, the landscape has changed, and events are run and managed differently. Government guidelines now recommend using clear signage and PA/audio announcements to provide additional information to attendees and to reinforce crowd movement messaging.

For Kirkham based Audiebant Mobile this was a case of simply adapting technology they have successfully rolled out to local authorities and the NHS for almost 30 years. And despite the country coming out of a pandemic and an evolving economic landscape, the chase for new business is going from strength to strength.

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