Exterity today announced that at ISE 2016 it will demonstrate ArtioSign, its solution enabling organizations to combine digital signage with IP video. ArtioSign enables businesses to stream TV and video alongside live news updates and tailored messages to strengthen their communications.
Designed for organizations that want to install multiple displays to enhance the employee, visitor or guest experience, the Exterity system offers users a feature-rich, fully configurable digital signage application and IP video system in one. Every AvediaPlayer Receiver comes with ArtioSign built-in as standard to facilitate integration and enable organizations to immediately benefit from the digital signage capabilities combined with the Exterity IP video system. Using ArtioSign, organizations can turn any connected display into a digital signage delivery point, centrally control the time, location and target audience for each of their messages, as well as tailor the experience to specific audiences and locations through the additional multi-screen user access functionality.
Commenting on the launch, Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity, explained: “Digital signage is everywhere, from corporations, restaurants and airports, to stadiums, banks and shopping malls. Widely used to deliver information, alerts, entertainment and advertisements, it combines high quality video, graphics and text messaging to offer a powerful medium that can reach an audience in the most compelling way. Digital signage is a natural enhancement to an IP video system, and with more organizations looking to deploy unified communications, we are launching ArtioSign to offer a user-friendly and flexible system based on Exterity’s integrated set-top box solution, which enables organizations to deliver TV and video as well as their communications on digital signage screens from a single system.”
ArtioSign is being demonstrated on the Exterity stand 11-E68 at ISE (Amsterdam, February 9-12).