Signagelive will be making a number of platform and product announcements at Integrated Systems Europe ISE 2017, including the launch of a new Content Marketplace, comprising 500 plus pre-built digital signage pieces of content (ranging from layout backgrounds, pre-built applications to Widgets).
Signagelive will also be revealing a suite of developer APIs for network and content management, bespoke player development and real time content triggering (full details will be announced over the forthcoming weeks), as well as a new User Interface (UI) accessible via tablets and comprising a wealth of new features.
The event is taking place at the RAI, Amsterdam from 7-10 February and Signagelive can be found on stand no K232 in Hall 8 as well as on partner stands as follows:
- Samsung – 4-S100 – where we will be demonstrating interactive sensor and triggered applications integrated directly with Samsung’s Tizen Smart Signage Displays.
- LG – 12-K70 – we will be demonstrating support for the latest webOS 3.0 range of displays.
- IAdea – 8-K320 – Signagelive powers 1,000s of IAdea devices globally including the latest XMP-7300 4K devices with frame-accurate synchronization to solutions in any display size or configuration.
- StreamTV Networks – in 2016, Signagelive developed support for StreamTV Networks Ultra-D glasses-free 3D displays. ISE is the first opportunity to see the solution at a trade show in Europe.
Signagelive’s new suite of developer APIs and associated software development tools will allow customers and partners alike to incorporate greater functionality into their digital signage networks, while facilitating the development of new, purpose-built applications to meet the needs of specific real world scenarios – quick serve restaurants (QSR), corporate communications or retail, for example.
Signagelive’s support for the latest near field communications (NFC), beacons and mobile technologies enables real-time triggering of pre-cached content on a range of conventional and Smart Signage displays. This in turn facilitates the development of exciting, interactive applications, including “lift and learn”, assisted point of sale, emergency messaging or dynamically changing content based on location based services (LBS).
Using Signagelive’s Widget Development Framework, both technology partners and system developers can compile web-driven application compatible for a range of displays, regardless of vendor, and eliminate latency issues commonly associated with HTML5 applications delivered over the Internet.