Visix will exhibit in booth C8330 at InfoComm 2016, June 8-10 at the Las Vegas Convention Center. The company will premiere a wide range of new products at the event, including new digital signage software applications, interactive designs, room signs and media players.
“This is our biggest event of the year, and this year we’re pulling out all the stops,” says Sean Matthews, Visix president and CEO. “We’re rolling out more new products in one place than ever before in Visix history, and we’re excited to show these new solutions to our partners and clients. InfoComm is definitely the place to be in 2016.”
Sneak Peek of AxisTV One and Digital Signage Suite
Visix will unveil a sneak peek into the future of their digital signage software with AxisTV One – a brand new platform with a new CMS designed for the cloud, new desktop design app, new media playback engine and new drag-and-drop data widgets. AxisTV One is the first planned release in the future Digital Signage Suite of products.
AxisTV v.9.4 Enterprise Digital Signage Software
The company will demo the latest AxisTV release with a brand new user interface, support for VLC players and RTSP streams, and improved scheduling features on both PC and Mac machines. Multiple examples of AxisTV’s powerful data integration tools will also be on display, with auto-updating content like news-in-pictures, directory databases, event schedules, energy dashboards, animated weather, Excel and XML, SharePoint and more.
Visix will showcase their award-winning interactive designs with new real-world examples showing touchscreen wayfinding and directories, multi-lingual kiosks, augmented reality, gamification, responsive HTML5 designs and a mobile wayfinding app.
Visix will premiere a new Paper-White EPS room sign at InfoComm 2016. The sign has a brighter display background with low reflectivity for high readability, and allows for both black and red colors on screen.
The company will also launch two new Connect room sign solutions at InfoComm — a software-only version for Android tablets and a new, improved user interface for the company’s current Connect interactive room sign.
Also on show will be the RoomBoard, which combines interactive wayfinding with event schedule data, and easily integrates with the company’s Touch interactive room signs for a comprehensive room management solution.
Visix will premiere two new hardware options for digital signage playback at InfoComm 2016. The Micro Media Player is a low-cost option that’s as small and lightweight as a mobile phone at only .75 inches wide x 5 inches deep x 1.5 inches high.
The company’s Six-Output Video Wall Media Player supports video walls with up to six HD displays without a separate video processor. The player is only 2.5 inches tall, is powered by an Intel i7 processor, and has 8GB of memory and a high performance FirePro graphics card with six mini DisplayPort outputs.
For quick reference, attendees can download a What’s New infographic.