Integrate 2017: Exterity Offers IPTV, Digital Signage and More on Midwich Stand
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Integrate 2017: Exterity Offers IPTV, Digital Signage and More on Midwich Stand
Integrate 2017: Exterity Offers IPTV, Digital Signage and More on Midwich Stand
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Hey there, did you ever imagine how Digital Signage can look like in your restaurant? The “CAFETIERO” in Dusseldorf, Germany is an awesome example for showing you what is possible in the world of digital menu boards and Digital Signage. Do you have any clue which software they’re using for their installations? You’re right – it’s viewneo.
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Westlake Village, CA (PRWEB)
July 14, 2015
MediaSignage, Inc. (http://www.digitalsignage.com/), provider of digital signage hardware and software solutions announces the release of 10 new smart, social components to its digital signage software platform. The latest release includes smart application and integration tools for Dropbox, Tumblr, 500px, Etsy, Mashape, Yelp, Pinterest, Good Drive v2, Flickr and Twitter v2. The latest releases allow digital sign network operators more control and options over the types of content their users can view and interact with on-screen. The new components also provide more relevant targeting and interactivity for end-users, allowing business owners to be more selective in honing in on the types of content most relevant to their company’s demographic.
What follows is a description of each of the latest smart components, newly integrated into the company’s flagship platform, the SignageStudio:
Pinterest – Users can browse and pin their favorite content from the web. And now they can integrate their entire Pinterest content right onto their digital signage presentation. It’s easy to setup and will keep audiences engaged in quality content.
Tumblr – It lets users effortlessly share anything. Post text, photos, quotes, links, music, and videos from a browser, phone, desktop, and email. Users can customize everything, from colors to a theme’s HTML. And best of all, content can be also be pushed right into a signage presentation.
Flickr – Upload photos and share them on public displays. Popular photo-sharing site Flickr is a also a photo hosting service with advanced and powerful features. It supports an active and engaged community where people share and explore each other’s photos.
Dropbox – Dropbox integration was one of the most requested features and it’s finally here. Dropbox is a home for all photos, docs, videos, and files. Anything a user can add to Dropbox will automatically show up on all their computers and of course, also inside their digital signage presentation.
500px – It is a photo community for discovering, sharing, buying and selling inspiring photography powered by creative people worldwide. And with our component, users can load their favorite 500px images directly into their presentation.
Etsy – Its a peer-to-peer e-commerce website focused on handmade or vintage items and supplies, as well as unique factory-manufactured items. Now users can have their favorite store as part of their digital presentation.
Yelp – People use Yelp to search for everything from the city’s tastiest burger to the most renowned cardiologist. With the Yelp component users can display their favorite Yelp business information and even show live updates on the latest Yelp review, Yelp score and even star posts.
Mashape – It’s a great way to get relevant live data such as current Bitcoin rates, currency exchange rates or even cool movie quotes straight to a digital signage screen.
Google Drive v2 – In version 2 of Google Drive we added support for folders. So users can now pick any specific folder and drill down to deep content. We also completely refactored the caching system for offline playback, so it works flawlessly.
Twitter v3 – In version 2 we added support for Twitter images, additional fields and also completely refactored the caching system for offline playback, so it works flawlessly.
“We’re extremely excited about what the new components mean for both network operators and end-users,” says Nate Nead, company president. “We’re at a growth inflection point as a company and as an industry. We’re just providing the tools that allow our customers to succeed mightily.”
MediaSignage screens are currently installed in bus stations, restaurants, movie theaters, retail establishments, schools, government facilities and corporate offices. Due to the differences in viewer preferences between the varied types of locations, screen managers regularly need to vary the types of content their displaying to match the demographic preferences of specific viewer audiences. Now with dozens of smart components, the MediaSignage flagship product, the SignageStudio is ready to provide more tools for better customer engagement than ever before. Users interested in trying some of the latest tools are invited to visit the company website and set up a free acount by clicking here.
About MediaSignage, Inc.
Founded in 2008, MediaSignage is a mainstay for digital signage products and services for over 5,000 companies in over 180 countries worldwide. With tens of thousands of actively-hosted screens hosted on the AWS Cloud, the company boasts some of the most recognized brands across nearly every market vertical as its customers. From digital menu boards to school emergency alert systems, MediaSignage is helping to power the next generation of communication devices for out-of-home audiences. The company is based in Bellevue, Washington and Westlake Village, California.
PASADENA, Calif. (PRWEB) June 26, 2007
Tropical Storm Alice is intended to raise awareness of global climate issues and is associated with the opening of the new Whyville Climate Center, which is sponsored by Penguin Young Readers Group, the publisher of Al Gore’s young adult book, “An Inconvenient Truth: The Crisis of Global Warming” (Viking Children’s Books/Rodale Books $ 16.00; 208 pages; Ages 11 up). The Climate Center will serve as the focal point for the discussion and further educational activities, while significant virtual rainfall continues for at least another 12-36 hours. This will result in widespread flooding and destruction throughout Whyville, with considerable rubbish and debris littering the virtual world. Whyville’s citizens will need to join together in a massive clean up effort to restore their environment over the next several days.
The arrival of the tropical storm coincides with a new effort to educate Whyville’s citizens about global climate issues. According to a survey conducted on the site in May 2007, 77 percent of responding citizens said that they were aware of the concept of global warming. However, only 50 percent felt they could be a part of the solution.
The Climate Center’s initial activities will focus on changes in the levels of greenhouse gases in the Whyville atmosphere, especially carbon dioxide. In the center’s CO2 Lab, citizens will be able to document increases in carbon dioxide in the virtual atmosphere from the site’s creation in 1999 to today. Traveling back in time, Whyvillians will sample CO2 levels from each year and look for correlations with specific human activity. Information on historical events in Whyville, including the rate of population growth and introduction of new industries, will be obtained from the Whyville Times (the newspaper of Whyville, with articles written by kids). Citizens will also be able to propose hypotheses and debate consequences in bulletin boards within the Climate Center.
“The objective of this activity is not to prove any particular association between greenhouse gases and the climate, in general, or our first tropical storm in particular,” said Dr. James Bower, CEO of Whyville. “Instead, we want to help kids understand the complexity involved in the growing international debate on these issues and get them involved in that discussion, since we already know that they care.”
Activities in the Whyville Climate Center will also support citizen involvement in solving the problem of greenhouse gas emission. Each citizen will be assigned their own carbon footprint calculator in order to assess their individual contribution to rising CO2 levels in the virtual world. The size of their footprint will increase, or decrease, depending on the personal choices they make, such as the number of virtual accessories they produce in Whyville’s avatar factory, the number of trips taken around the world in the warp wagon, the number of times they teleport to the moon or mars, or even which types of foods they choose to eat. Whyvillians who substantially reduce their impact will be recognized with a distinctive green badge for their avatar and will even be able to trade their carbon credits to other Whyvillians for “clams,” Whyville’s virtual currency.
“We know from our surveys that Whyvillians are concerned about environmental issues, but don’t believe that they can do very much to have an impact themselves,” said Dr. Jen Sun, president of Whyville. “This activity is intended to address both the complexities of this issue, as well as provide examples of ways that our kids can get involved – not only in our virtual world but also in the real world.”
Over the coming months, this new climate education activity will continue to unfold, impacting Whyville and its citizens in parallel to developments on this important issue in the real world.
About Penguin Group
Penguin Group (USA) is the U.S. affiliate of the internationally renowned Penguin Group. Penguin Group (USA) is one of the leading U.S. adult and children’s trade book publishers, owning a wide range of imprints and trademarks including Berkley Books, Dutton, Frederick Warne, G. P. Putnam’s Sons, Grosset & Dunlap, New American Library, Penguin, Philomel, Plume, Puffin Books, Riverhead Books and Viking, among others. The Penguin Group is part of Pearson (FTSE: PSON; NYSE: PSO). Pearson is an international media company with market leading businesses in education, business information and consumer publishing. For more information, visit http://www.pearson.com.
Whyville.com is the only learning-based virtual world for today’s digital kids. Whyville offers a seriously fun extension of 8 to 15-year-old kids’ real lives, giving them ownership of and participation in creating their own experiences. Named for the founding principle that asking why is the true basis of learning, Whyville citizens safely chat, earn currency, design avatars, play games, create projects, eat, govern and much more. Parents and teachers approve of Whyville because of its multiple levels of safety protection including proprietary technology and staff monitoring. For sponsors, Whyville integrates popular brands and institutions by following its learning-based principles of encouraging Whyville citizens to engage in experiential interactions relevant to today’s digital kids.
Taipei, Taiwan (PRWEB) October 19, 2009
National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, one of the most well-known sightseeing spots and multifunctional centers in Taipei, has replaced most of the traditional bulletin boards with CAYIN Technology’s digital signage solutions to improve communication efficiency with visitors and activity participates.
11 CAYIN’s SMP-WEB media players (SMP-WEBPLUS & SMP-WEBPLUS-T) together with 42-inch LCD screens are included in this deployment. SMP-WEBPLUS media players are installed at audiovisual rooms, auditoriums, and lecture halls showing contents of ongoing or future events’ details, current time, weather, meeting/activity schedule, and a brief introduction of the Memorial Hall either by video or by ticker texts.
An interactive public information system is also one of the major enhancements for Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall. SMP-WEBPLUS-T, the touch screen enabled digital signage player, is arranged in the lobby to increase interactivities. Visitors can find their destination within just a few seconds by a simple click on the touch screen showing floor plans and guiding information.
SMP-WEB series players possess great flexibility for multimedia presentations and can be easily integrated with various applications. To present content richness, administrators of Memorial Hall dedicatedly designed the webpage layout aiming to present more unique and vivid multimedia images. xPost, the specially designed application software for hotels and convention centers, can also be applied with SMP-WEB series players to display weather information, meeting schedule, wayfinding information, and promotional messages.
To manage all media players effectively and simultaneously, the Memorial Hall also purchased one CMS-Mini, the content management server. Data can be updated and synchronized to all players at one time through central scheduling from the server. Furthermore, SuperMonitor, the advanced management software, collaborates with CMS server to monitor the live status of all players ensuring steady operation. SuperReporter also assists administrators in generating players’ playback and system status reports.
The construction of digital signage system not only allows information to be transmitted to visitors quickly and correctly but also benefits administrators by way of lower personnel costs and more convenience on billboard maintenance such as information update.
National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in brief
National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, founded in 1965, has been serving to provide the Taiwanese people a place of remembrance for the national founding father-Dr. Sun Yat-sen. It also embodies the functions of cultural and artistic education, leisurely recreation, and academic research. It houses the internationally renowned national performance hall, expansive elegant and esthetic exhibition venues measuring in several tens of thousand square feet, projecting room with innovative setup, audiovisual center, lecture hall, Chung Shan lecture hall, professional library with more than 300,000 collection of books, as well as the tranquil and titillating Emerald Pond exhibition/performance area and Chung Shan Park.
CAYIN Technology in Brief
CAYIN Technology offers a complete portfolio of digital signage solutions including: media players, servers, and software. For various commercial applications, such as education, CAYIN also offers: transportation, retail, hospitality, corporate use, and financial and public institutions. CAYIN is dedicated to being a reliable partner to its clients worldwide, and has successfully set up various application references globally. In order to best facilitate the deployment of CAYIN products, the company also provides tailored services to satisfy the ascending market demand for almost limitless applications.
More about CAYIN Technology at http://www.cayintech.com
Downingtown, PA (PRWEB) August 18, 2014
We Care Chiropractic is a family owned office that offers full chiropractic and weight loss services. At their location in Downingtown, PA, they are situated along a major route running from town to town. They have approximately 20,000 cars that pass their location on a daily basis. Their existing sign was a changeable letterboard and it needed to be replaced. It took a lot of work to consistently change out the messages. They decided to purchase a completely new illuminated ID sign with an integrated full color LED sign from local sign company, KC Sign and Awnings.
“Not only did we have tons of people passing by our office, but traffic also comes to a complete stop during rush hour in the morning and afternoon which is a perfect opportunity to read all our messages; our old sign only allowed one!” stated Dr. Vince Fraumeni, owner of We Care Chiropractic.
KC Sign and Awnings met with Dr. Fraumeni and listened to his concerns and ideas for a new sign. They drafted up a new design; an internally illuminated ID cabinet with an integrated full color LED sign that allows their client to put up multiple dynamic messages at any time of the day. The scheduling feature even allows them to play specific messages during rush hour.
“[KC Sign and Awnings] did a great job, the sign really turned out great,” stated Dr. Vince Fraumeni.
Joe Clark with KC Sign stated, “This sign is a perfect example of what our company can accomplish for any business looking to attract the attention of everyone who drives by their location with a digital sign.”
Clark continued, “And, we recommended using Vantage LED for the LED display because of the quality they produce. When you put a large investment into a sign like this you want it to work and Vantage provides displays that carry a 5 year parts and labor warranty.”
Integrating LED signs with architectural signage can be challenging, but KC Sign & Awnings delivered with smart engineering, production, and quality components. They produced a landmark sign for We Care Chiropractic that will directly advertise to their target audience and bring that traffic straight to their doorstep.
KC Sign and Awnings has been providing interior and exterior signage to the Mid-Atlantic Region for over 20 years, and have seen steady growth over that time. Originally in a single 2,000 square foot building, they now operate 3 locations serving the PA, DE, NJ, and MD areas, and manufacture signage at their 25,000 square foot facility in Aston, PA. They offer a wide variety of sign products, including awnings, channel letters, digital printing, electric signs and more. Additionally, they provide a full range of services like permitting, design, installation, project management, and service calls both locally and nationwide.