Digital Signage | How it works?

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Digital Signage is a simple 4 step process; involves a large flat panel display screen, a signage player, and cloud-based, remote management software.
Display screens located in different locations (floors, buildings, campuses, towns, or even countries) can be managed and monitored remotely from a centralized location.

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The Signage Player, is a small device which stores and displays all content as per a schedule. Content is “pushed” or downloaded from the CMS to the device.
The digital signage Content Management Software (CMS) is cloud-based software and can be accessed from a web browser, securely and from anywhere.
Using an HDMI (or DVI) cable the signage device delivers full-HD videos and images on display screens. The player is usually installed behind the display sceen.

1CONNECT PLAYER

The signage player is connected to the internet wirelessly or via an ethernet cable, and to the display screen using the HDMI (or DVI) cable. Each display screen requires its own digital signage player / device.

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2CREATE CONTENT

The web-based CMS, which can be accessed from anywhere using a web browser, allows users to upload and/or create content, playlists and templates. The content can be organized for playback as per a schedule.

3DISPLAY CONTENT

Once configured via the CMS, the player downloads and displays media files on the screen. The screen can be split into multiple regions (or zones) with different content, with widgets like weather, text ticker, live traffic, etc.

Several users from different locations can collaborate in uploading, scheduling and publishing media content on multiple devices/screens.
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4UPDATE OR RESCHEDULE

The CMS affords remote access to schedules, content or playlists. To update or to create a new playback schedule, simply log in to the software (from any location) and create/update/edit the content as needed.