Digital Signage Software

Cyberstream Adds to DSplay’s Features

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CyberStream showcased fresh features of its digital signage platform, DSplay, along with several user interface enhancements at ISE 2013. DSplay is a software platform that offers extension and customization features to facilitate interactive applications and dynamic content.

The newest addition to DSplay features has been on display, implementing retrieval, processing and presentation from live data feeds. The ability to capture real-time information and create live dashboards can enhance the value of business intelligence infrastructures and create applications in corporate boardrooms, executive offices, operations rooms, and more.

Additionally, DSplay’s newest version now exploits HTML5 technology.

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Yesco Signs on with SmarterSign

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YESCO recently announces a partnership with SmarterSign digital signage software.

Las Vegas-based YESCO, a provider of custom signs to the world, has been creating and building some of the most recognizable signs for over 90 years. YESCO's specific requirements demanded a software solution that was flexible, scalable and easy to use.

"The simplicity of the user interface coupled together with powerful features of SmarterSign have enabled YESCO to open up digital outdoor signage opportunities around the world for companies use to using conventional paper advertising systems," comments Manuel Lynch, General Manager of YESCO Outdoor LCD. "We have seen international acceptance of our SmarterSign software and how much value it can bring to advertising companies".


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Media Frankfurt Chooses BroadSign SaaS

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Frankfurt Flughafen

Media Frankfurt GmbH, Germany's largest OOH advertising media owner in airports, brings its 161 digital locations onto BroadSign International's digital signage Software-as-a-Service platform.

Media Frankfurt's network includes 238 large-format LCD panels. According to the company, a further number of large LED screens will be added in the near future.

The technical aspects of network operations for Media Frankfurt and managed services are supported by Neo Solutions, a digital signage systems integrator already managing several thousand screens running on BroadSign SaaS.

"Since the switch, we find that the software makes it easy for us to configure the networks as well as schedule and execute campaigns of any complexity," says Christian Brauch, director of operations for Media Frankfurt.


Samsung Officially Debuts Smart Signage Platform

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Smart Signage Platform

Playing on its popular consumer line of Smart TVs, Samsung is borrowing "smart" for its Smart Signage Platform, an "open-source digital signage platform" built around an embedded media player and software developer kit (SDK).

Samsung’s new SDK for signage software allows software partners to develop customized signage applications suitable for an array of business and user environments. Backed by best-in-breed software developers and solution providers, including Capital Networks, Four Winds Interactive, Scala, Signagelive and Wireless Ronin, customers will have access to signage experts to help create customized solutions.

Powered by a System on Chip (SoC) semiconductor and featuring a dual-core CPU, full codec video processor and either 4GB or 8GB of storage depending on the model, Samsung’s Smart Signage Platform includes an embedded, high-performance media player which allows users to play back content without the need for a separate PC or set-back box.


AOpen Releases OpenSign for Android

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AOpen releases OpenSign, a web based interactive digital marketing and signage platform for Android devices that allows retailers to install and manage a digital signage network.

OpenSign is an interactive digital marketing and signage platform built for retailers to tackle the frustrations and costs of operating and maintaining a digital signage network. It is built on Ruby on Rails (the same web application framework that powers websites such as Twitter and and runs as SaaS.

OpenSign is purpose-built for different screen sizes, such as retail shelf displays and large promotional displays. It lets store owners actively manage digital content, without design experience, from any PC connected to the web.

Being cloud based, OpenSign can be easily integrated across multiple devices and platforms, including mobile devices. It also features local redundancy, meaning that content can still be displayed even if internet connection is lost.