A digital signage player is a small, physical device that extracts content to a TV, monitor, or other digital display. A digital signage player is a crucial part of any digital signage system. Digital signage players come with a variety of features. These features include support for multiple content formats, built-in security, multi-screen support and internet connectivity.
Hikvision has created a new digital signage box because of today’s need for social distancing and customer safety. The box can display important information provided by Hikvision products such as:
Additionally, information such as advertising pictures or videos can also be displayed in a loop. Hikvision’s digital signage box comes with free software to set up and manage your display(s). The software can support up to 50 channels of digital signage.
The Hikvision digital signage player provides multiple security features. A few of the features are; three-level verification of materials, programs and schedules to avoid incorrect releases, and encryption of data storage and transmission to prevent data tampering view temperature results on a local monitoring screen for quick identification.
The player also features multi-level user permissions and organization features that allow for materials, programs, terminals and users to be managed from one central location. It will also support:
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Since a global pandemic disrupted work and office spaces across the globe, owners and managers everywhere are having to rethink how and where their employees are going to be working. Many companies are having a productive time while their employees are working from home.
While some companies, like Twitter, will stay remote and work from home, a lot of companies are more likely to shift into a hybrid workplace. It will accommodate both in office and remote employees. That means that companies are going to need the technology for collaboration and safety, enabling employees to interact and be productive without putting anyone in danger of getting COVID-19.
Moving into this new hybrid office environment, the layout of office spaces is likely to change to allow collaborative environments that are larger to support social distancing. What is that going to look like? Fewer cubicles and shared desks and more conference and meeting rooms.
With Unified Communications and collaboration tools you can people count. In addition to people counting the platform also has built-in reporting and cloud-based analytics which can be used to understand how employees use collaboration spaces and how they can be improved.
Because of social distancing there are new rules for how many people could be in one space, that is where people counters come in. People-counting technology has been around for decades, but because of privacy and security it wasn’t widely adopted into businesses. With the latest Unified Communications and collaboration tools, which have cameras that support people counting.
Some people counters in the UC tools can be set to detect issues. Like, if the camera detects a seventh person in a six-person max conference room, it can let facility managers and/or IT leaders know so they can intervene.
A personal device content-sharing gateway is the perfect way to safely share content to another display from your own personal device. Meaning that in-person meeting participants will not have to touch anything that isn’t theirs, which will help prevent the spread of viruses around the office. Gone are the days that everyone will have to be huddled around one person’s laptop in close quarters.
Content-sharing gateways allows employees who have been working at home, to use their own device that they have been using for a while, making it less time wasted learning how to control someone else’s device on the fly. It will also allow cross-collaboration with other video conferencing systems that customers, vendors, or partners may use.
We have been remotely socializing, learning and working for months now. You are probably tired of sitting in an uncomfortable chair in the corner of the room looking at a laptop screen. Or you are tired of looking at your small phone screen talking to your family and friends on zoom.
Technology is changing and adapting to the new normal way of life. Crestron has created HomeTime that is a professional video conferencing for your home. Crestron has leveraged their experience in enterprise UC to bring professional quality Zoom conferencing into your home. You can also have it integrated within your Crestron ecosystem.
With the Crestron HomeTime video conference system it will allow you to join and host Zoom meetings using any television in your house. That is right now laptop required. The benefits of the new Crestron conference system are:
The TSR-310 has a 3-inch color touchscreen, backlit buttons, voice control capability, and enhanced Wi-Fi. You can use a TSR-310 handheld touchscreen remote, the same one you use to control lights, shades and thermostats, to conveniently control your Zoom meetings.
The uses of a TSR-310 on HomeTime are:
Crestron’s DM NVX AV-over-IP technology supports both video and USB. Because of that the Crestron HomeTime video conferencing engine can be located remotely. With the optional “add-a-room” kit, you can easily route meetings to televisions in other rooms.
Just about everything that we do nowadays is from our phones or iPads. We can do anything from our hands; from ordering dinner to buying a car. We expect our handheld devices to have intuitive functionality to help us with our everyday tasks and make our lives a little bit easier. Crestron thought that it was time to bring that level of intuitive to simply control a room into the workplace.
Crestron has been the lead in way of room control. They were the first ones to introduce a color touch screen in the ‘90s. They strive year after year to innovate to give their customers a better experience. Now they are using their experience and expertise to deliver the most seamless user experience for controlling workplace technology for your mobile device.
You have to go through an authorized Crestron dealer to have the mobile room controller setup and programmed. You will tell your dealer what functions you would like. After it is all set up you and your staff would be able to use your phone or iPad to set up a new meeting room, control your lights, set up your presentation or present your presentation.
It is your job to make sure that your workplace is as safe as imaginable, to make sure that your returning employees can collaborate using technology safely, securely and successfully. Crestron is hard at work creating a mobile device room control experience that functions seamlessly and has the security we expect from our mobile devices. With the mobile device room control anyone should be able to walk into a room and use their mobile device and instantly have control of the room without having to touch any screen but their own.
You won’t have to type in IP addresses, remember passwords. You just simply open the app and go. The employee’s personal device will be detected by the nearby AV system and will automatically connect. For security, you can have authentication via a PIN or QR code enabled that will be displayed on the touch screen.