Visix Unveils Beta Release of AxisTV Alert for CAP-Compliant Digital Signage Messaging

Visix, Inc. has released a beta version of its new AxisTV Alert software application for digital signage. The new alerting platform gives customers time-saving workflows to deliver important updates and critical alerts across their digital signage system.

AxisTV Alert is designed as a stand-alone platform for high reliability, scalability and performance. It can be used alongside any digital signage content management solution, including Visix’s own AxisTV Signage Suite. The application is built around Common Alerting Protocol (CAP) standards and integrates with popular third-party alerting suites like Alertus and Rave Mobile Safety.

The new product combines a central alert management application (AxisTV Alert) with playback software (AxisTV Siren) for an unlimited number of players, and can be used with both on-premise and hosted signage systems. AxisTV Alert uses asynchronous and multi-thread processing for high performance while one, consuming CAP messages from third-party mass notification vendors and two, rapidly communicating with media players running Siren.

Messages can be important reminders or critical safety alerts, with users configuring standard fields like headline, description, instructions, contact and web link. Clients can also style their text messages with choices for font, color, style, background image and more, while the software automatically sizes message text to fit the display area on screen. Clients can have multiple messages running on the system at once, and can also override all screens for a select period of time.

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