Digital Bus Stop®

Solar and battery-powered, ePaper real-time information display

Top three features of Digital Bus Stop®

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Easy to Deploy

Connectpoint® Digital Bus Stop® units can be deployed on existing bus stop poles and shelters within 30 minutes.

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Connect wirelessly via 4G networks. Cord-free flexibility with solar or battery power.

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Start with one, add more later. The fully-scalable platform allows you to expand your network as your needs grow.

Features for a smarter commute

Enables your riders to make more informed decisions.

Choose your size

Depending on how much information you want to display, you have a choice between 10”, 13” and 32” displays.

illustration of the three Digital Bus Stop ePaper Passenger Information display sizes. 32-inch model on shelter. 10-inch and 13-inch models on a solar-powered pylon

Compact and simple

Transform the Digital Bus Stop® to match your brand. Our designers will work with you to tailor the look and feel of the product.

illustration of the three Digital Bus Stop ePaper Passenger Information display sizes. 32-inch model on shelter. 10-inch and 13-inch models on a solar-powered pylon
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Power with or without solar

We designed our Digital Bus Stop® to be energy efficient. It comes with a solar panel and built-in battery that work together to ensure the device is on 24/7.

Solar Panel

The solar panel provides a continuous supply of power during the day. We carefully position the units to avoid shade, ensuring maximum sun exposure throughout the afternoon.

Backup Battery

A built-in battery serves as a backup power source during the night and on cloudy days. The battery will last for weeks on a single charge and is replenished whenever there is sunlight.

Perfect readability
under direct sun

With its wide viewing angles and always-on capability, the ePaper display looks just like paper and remains readable even in bright daylight.

Visible at night

High-contrast display with
nighttime LED illumination

Designed for all environments

The Digital Bus Stop® is highly adaptable and works in a variety of outdoor environments.

Solar-powered 10-inch Digital Bus Stop ePaper display showing real-time transit passenger information with Brasco SolStop installed in Pittsburgh.
Connectpoint Digital Bus Stops use low-power ePaper passenger information displays to broadcast real-time bus arrival information without expensive infrastructure 32-inch Digital Bus Stop passenger information displays are suitable for bus shelters with ample room for maps and large text



units in inches (millimeters)



30 (762)

2 (51)



9.8 (249)

2.9 (74)



10.9 (277)

2.25 (57)

ePaper Display
  • Choose between 10”, 13” or 32” diagonal ePaper displays
  • Grayscale (up to 300 dpi)
  • 130° viewing angle
  • WiFi: IEEE 802.11 B/G/N
  • Mobile Wireless: 3G (HSPA)
Remote Management
  • Real-time departures
  • Web-based interface
  • Health monitoring
  • Alert management
Electrical & Operating
  • Power: low voltage
  • Current: 2 Amps
  • Lithium battery
  • Micro USB for power/charging
  • Operating range: -20°C to 60°C
  • Solar: 10 Watt panel minimum

Flexible Digital Signage in San Antonio

VIA Metropolitan Transit deploys Digital Bus Stop® units at bus stops and transit centers all around San Antonio. Lightweight and energy-efficient ePaper, passenger information displays can be installed as easy as a printed sign and moved to another location with little disruption.

“As VIA continues to improve the customer experience, we wanted the latest in digital signage technology. Through their e-paper displays, Connectpoint's Digital Bus Stops provided the flexibility and readability needed to broadcast a variety of content including next departure, service alerts, maps and custom messages.”

Steve Young - Vice President of Information Technology,
VIA Metropolitan Transit

32-inch digital bus stop passenger information display installed on a bright red totem at a VIA bus stop

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