Digital Signage Players

Best of InfoComm 2013: New Digital Signage Hardware Product - Visix RoomBoard

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Visix has combined its interactive designs with its scheduling products to launch the new RoomBoard – a touchscreen wayfinding solution that shows room availability, allows scheduling at the screen and integrates with MeetingMinder conference room signs.

The RoomBoard is custom-built with the client’s logo, colors and map. Maps are interactive and room availability is instantly recognizable with available rooms in green and busy rooms in red.

Point-to-point directions and event schedules can be included, or content blocks can play back standard playlists.

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Watch Video of RoomBoard at InfoComm

Best New Digital Signage Software Product: Hypersign Snips

Hypersign Snips

Hypersign Snips allows you to instantly post photos to the Hypersign digital signage software (that runs on ANY media player’s OS platform or player) from anywhere in the world directly into a digital signage playlist.

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Watch Video of Hypersign Snips at InfoComm

Shanghai Digital Signage & Touch Technology Show

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Shanghai Digital Signage

It’s China's largest trade show and conference dedicated to digital signage & the DOOH industry: the upcoming Shanghai Digital Signage & Touch Technology Show will be held Sept. 4-6th in the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition & Convention Center.

The exhibition area is around 20000 sq m, gathering more than 300 well-known suppliers. Products on the show floor include: the all-in-one kiosk, large size display terminals, multi-function terminals, LCD and outdoor displays, glass-free 3D displays, 3D virtual dressing rooms, different splicing, special-shaped screens and spliced screens, large-screen multi-touch displays, transparent screens, multimedia information publishing systems, multimedia displays, and more.


Dynamax Goes Android

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Dynamax Technologies releases their Android-based digital signage solution.

Dynamax Android Device

Based on a 1.6GHz dual core ARM A9 processor with a quad core MALI GPU, this digitalsignage.NET Android solution comes with both wi-fi and LAN connectivity.  

Providing the same functionality as PC media playback devices, the cost of the Android product is considerably lower-- making it a plug-and-play solution that features easy-to- sell, easy-to-install and easy-to- use.

The hardware solution will soon be available for purchase and the new version of digitalsignage.NET will also be sold separately through selected partners


Fanless NEXCOM NDiS B533 Digital Signage Player

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NEXCOM's fanless digital signage player, the NDiS B533 features the 4th generation Intel Core processor family ("Haswell"), and offers improved computing, graphic performance as well as enhanced security in a reliable design.

NDiS B533

"The fourth generation Intel Core processor family offers numerous processor and graphic enhancements with integrated technologies," says Sam Cravatta, Product Line Manager, Intel Intelligent Systems Group. "For example, Intel Advanced Vector Extensions 2.0 accelerates integer and floating point computations to meet increasingly complex application demands such as anonymous video analytics. New graphics capabilities also enable full hardware-accelerated video decoding to allow stereoscopic 3D visuals and faster video streaming." 

Adding the support for multiple displays, the NDiS B533 comes with three HDMI interfaces.

In addition, the NDiS B533 incorporates its fanless design in an aluminum cover and uses the latest Intel AES-NI in the 4th generation Intel Core processor family to protect signage content from tampering. The new instructions and enhancements in the Intel AES-NI allows the NDiS B533 hardware to encrypt or decrypt both local and streaming contents without taxing the processor resources, safeguarding signage content.

The NDiS B533 digital signage player supports the 4th generation Intel Core i7-4770TE and i5-4570TE processors and Intel Q87 chipset. Its fanless design supports up to 16GB of DDR3 memory, VESA/wall mounting, three independent displays with HDMI interface and network connections including LAN, Wi-Fi, and 3.5G or LTE. USB 3.0 interfaces and Mini-PCIe slots are also available for custom function and peripheral expansion.


Advantech Adds TD Maverick

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Barco’s Sid Stanley and TDMaverick’s Jon Sidwick

Birds of a feather flock together so it’s no wonder that Advantech (one of the digital signage hardware companies with its background in IT) adds TD Maverick to its European sales network (the ProAV specialist business unit of IT broadliner, Tech Data Europe).

TDMaverick celebrated 20 years in business this year [Photo of Sid Stanley, Channel Manager EMEA for Barco, presenting a birthday cake to Maverick’s European Director, Jon Sidwick at ISE 2013] and, a timeline that took it from a fledgling distributor with 6 employees, to its claim as “the largest audiovisual specialist in Europe” selling across 14 European countries (and with successful divisions of its own: Hotlamps and Vision).


Add Audio Content to Digital Signage

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Shhh…quiet, they are still in stealth mode. But ExXothermic, a new Silicon Valley company, invited guests at InfoComm to view its system for venues with muted TVs; they deliver a personalized audio experience directly to patrons’ smartphones or tablets.

Stealth mode or not, you can find their Streamcatcher app already in the iTunes store…for free.

With ExXothermic ,users at sports bars and casinos can now listen to their favorite game while they watch the game on that publicly-muted TV.


3M Exhibits Wide-ranging Multi-Touch Portfolio

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PCAP multi-touch display

3M exhibited its latest Projected Capacitive (PCAP) multi-touch display concepts and wide product portfolio at KIOSK Europe Expo (KEX) 2013. The now available 21.5” commercial grade chassis for interactive applications was demonstrated alongside the new 46” chassis display.

Visitors to the stand also had the opportunity to get hands-on with a 46” collaborative multi-touch table concept and a vertically mounted 55” multi-touch prototype display.

Additional products addressing OEM design challenges and kiosk and enclosure integration were also on the stand, emphasising 3M expertise in a variety of vertical markets, including retail point-of-sale, point-of-information, gaming and amusement, AV, digital signage, medical and industrial.

The 21.5-inch 3M Multi-Touch Display C2167PW, available since May, was exhibited at KEX showing visitors its ability to combine multi-touch performance, high-definition graphics, ultra-wide viewing angles, flat front surface product design and all-steel frame into a fully integrated, commercial grade multi-touch chassis device.


$2.3 Billion a Year Wasted. That’s a lot of DOOH.

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How do you quantify wasted opportunity?

Digital out-of-home advertisers lose up to $2.3 billion a year because their campaigns fail to use the unique features offered by the medium, according to a study from Clear Channel Outdoor.

Clear Channel Outdoor, a leader in digital out-of-home, operates some 4700 digital screens in 18 global markets. The company says 3 out of 4 campaigns run on digital screens do not use digital features and capabilities to their full potential-- and advertisers lose billions in potential revenue as a result.

Clear Channel Outdoor sampled activity across its global network of digital screens, calculating that just 1 in 4 campaigns were maximizing the benefits offered by digital technology. With the worldwide digital out-of-home sector valued (by Kinetic) at $3 billion, this equates to $2.3 billion worth of ‘digital asset wastage.’


Visix RoomBoard Announced

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Visix’s newest room sign, called RoomBoard, is a touchscreen way-finding solution that shows room availability, allows scheduling at the screen and integrates with MeetingMinder conference room signs – and it’s on rAVe’s InfoComm Top 10 Tour!

The RoomBoard is custom-built with the client’s logo, colors and map. Maps are interactive and room availability is instantly recognizable with available rooms in green and busy rooms in red. Point-to-point directions and event schedules can be included, or content blocks can play back standard playlists.

Room availability is fed by a scheduling application, and a hot spot can be incorporated to launch either Microsoft Exchange or EMS, allowing viewers to schedule rooms right at the RoomBoard.

Clients can integrate the RoomBoard with MeetingMinder room signs – all being fed by a central scheduling application and all allowing scheduling at the display – for an enterprise-wide scheduling solution.

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