The displays are installed at the following tram stops :
Modern, aesthetic devices have corrosion-resistant housings. They are equipped with displays based on LED matrix with a raster of 4 mm and high luminance over 5000 candelas. The boards automatically change the brightness of the displayed content, adjusting it to the ambient light intensity thanks to the installed sensors. Passenger information displays are equipped with current time clocks and safety glass with anti-reflective coatings. They use Dysten-developed technologiy that reduce electricity consumption.
There is the TTS (text to speech) system installed inside the poles of the information boards, activated by illuminated buttons, with additional Braille signage. After pressing a key, the system reads the timetables, delays, and other additional messages from the display.
Warsaw is a large metropolis that systematically improves the quality of public transport, the condition of the rolling stock, and the comfort of passengers. One of the elements of these changes is the implementation of real-time information systems that display the actual departure times of a bus or tram.