Visix will exhibit in booth 3043 at InfoComm 2017, June 14-16 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla. The company will premiere a wide range of new products at the show, including new digital signage software applications, interactive designs, room signs and media players.
“This is a peek into the future of Visix,” says Sean Matthews, Visix president and CEO. “We’re showing our new Signage Suite apps for the first time at this year’s show, and we’re continuing to grow both our interactive and room sign offerings. We’re excited to present our new products to partners and clients in the dynamic environment of InfoComm.”
AxisTV One and Signage Suite
Visix will unveil its new AxisTV One digital signage software – the first product available for sale from the company’s new Signage Suite of applications.
AxisTV One is designed for a single digital signage user, concentrating on centralized content design and management in one place without hierarchical user roles and privileges. The product leverages three applications: Design (content designer), Manage (web-based CMS) and Engage (playback engine).
Design is a desktop application with user-friendly design tools and data widgets for messages, templates and layouts that lets users create content and then synchronize to the CMS. Manage streamlines content scheduling and playlist management, with drag-n-drop ordering, sophisticated scheduling options, and powerful search and sort tools. Engage offers video backgrounds, message animations and elaborate transitions with easy playback and preview of content designs.
InfoComm 2017 will be the first time visitors can demo all three of the new applications that are the cornerstone of the new Signage Suite product line. For more information, go here.
The company will demo the latest release of their flagship AxisTV software. Version 9.5 focuses on improvements in event management and data mapping to make room scheduling and calendar display easier and more efficient. For more information about AxisTV software, go here.
Visix will highlight their award-winning interactive designs with real-world client projects showing touchscreen wayfinding and directories, responsive HTML5 designs, energy dashboards, social media modules and more. For information about Visix interactive designs, go here.
The company will debut their new EPS 74 electronic-paper room sign at the show. The 7.4-inch diagonal display background has low reflectivity for high readability, and allows for both black and red colors on screen. The new sign also has a 16:9 aspect ratio that makes it perfect for both landscape and portrait orientations.
Visix’s EPS 60 and EPS 74 room signs are the most cost-effective option to display current schedules outside shared spaces – an inexpensive, wireless and battery-operated solution. The new EPS 74 displays are only 7.2 x 4.8 x 0.6 inches, lightweight, and don’t require any cabling, so they can be placed virtually anywhere.
EPS room signs show data from popular event management systems, including Microsoft Exchange and Exchange 365, EMS, Google Calendars, R25/25Live, and more. Visix’s Conference app also allows you to combine multiple calendars from various systems for display on a single sign.
Visix will also launch version 2.3 of their Connect interactive room signs at InfoComm 2017. The signs offer a feature-rich, cost-effective room management solution that now supports integration with calendars from EMS software. Connect room signs have a 16:9 display, with red and green availability lights on the sides of each unit. They pull calendar data from EMS, Exchange, Exchange 365 and Google Calendars; and participants can book, start, extend, end and cancel meetings right at the room sign.
Connect signs easily surface mount on walls or glass right out of the box, and are powered via POE network switches, optional POE injectors, or by included DC power supplies.
For more information about Visix room signs, go here.
The company will debut a new Four-Channel Video Wall Player at InfoComm 2017. This is the latest addition to the company’s hardware options for digital signage playback.
The four-output player supports video walls with up to four HD displays without a separate video processor. The media player is only 2.5 inches tall, is powered by an Intel i7 processor, and has 8GB of memory and a high-performance Nvidia graphics card with four Mini DisplayPort outputs. The player also supports full 1080p resolution per output for both landscape and portrait applications.
For more information about media players from Visix, go here.