Live TV Feed
Transform existing screens into cloud based Digital Advertising Displays with a live television input. Simply connect a set-top box or desired input source into the media player via HDMI or VGA, then connect the media player to a screen via HDMI or VGA and you can control the screen's content via our CMS. It couldn't be simpler to integrate live TV with Digital Signage.
Android Media Player
The integrated Android PC board provides a super fast processing speed allowing for improved communication with the CMS. This means you can update screens quicker than ever before. It also allows you to display a live website; this can be anything from a live URL feed provided by a third party, to your social media profile.
Update From Anywhere
Content can be uploaded and managed from anywhere in the world via a web portal. Simply log in, upload your content to the secure server and send them directly to your screens.
Create Custom Layouts
This allows you to deliver targeted content and display your images, videos, webpages, time and date exactly how you want to - you can even add scrolling messages. Add your logo to your content and use your corporate colours in the template design!
You can determine exactly what content is displayed and when. Create playlists that will automatically display your desired content at pre-determined times and dates. Whatever your scheduling requirements, our system can support them.
Remote Screen Functions
You can control most of your screen's functions via the CMS, such as playing and stopping content as well as volume control and scheduling on/off times; a truly centralised solution.
Connectivity and Supported Files and Formats
Connect the Media Player via HDMI or VGA. The network solutions can support a wide range of files and formats, such as images (JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG), video (MPG, AVI, MP4, RM, RMVB, TS) and audio (MP3, WMA), as well as Office Document files (Word, Excel, PowerPoint). RSS feeds are also available in the form of a scrolling text ticker on screen. Websites with HTML5 can also be shown on your display, great for displaying dynamic online content or even social media feeds.