Connectvision is a range of intuitive and easy to use digital signage software with a scalable architecture developed using the latest industry standard technologies.
The Connectvision system allows for the aggregation and scheduling of many rich media and digital video formats into branded layouts. The application also provides a number of ways whereby users can easily create, edit and update content across a network of high impact displays.
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The Connectvision Author is the application you need to build and manage your network of screens. With our interface it’s possible to aggregate and “drag & drop” many digital media types into customised layouts, schedule events and easily deploy to your estate of displays.
A comprehensive and advanced product feature set includes:
- Easy to use interface
- Support for most digital media formats
- Unlimited layouts
- Complex scheduling
- Content zoning
- Live data display
- Real-time previewing
- Advanced security
- Comprehensive reports
Web-based dashboards and powerful add-ons combine to make it the must have digital signage application to power your network.
Connectvision Display is the software application that powers the content on your screens. This ensures that your finished media is displayed seamlessly on the high performance display system in the order and sequence that you scheduled.
Background processes operate to safeguard the successful display of media and these can include:
- Remote powering of devices
- Content localisation filters
- Scheduled reboots
- Content downloads
- Device reporting
The Connectvision Display application is currently available for Windows OS and Android, with IOS coming soon.
The Connectvision Contribute module is a flexible and easy to use addition to the main application. By using a standard web browser, users can manage and sequence playlists of content. They can also be responsible for the editing and updating of designated textual or media RSS feeds – this is typically used for on screen tickers and faders.
The Connectvision COD application is a powerful and interactive add-on to the main system. It allows users to additionally use digital signage displays to select and watch video content on demand.
The video assets are downloaded to the player system and these enable the local user – either via touch screen or keypad – to interact with a branded EPG guide from which they can select indexed digital media to watch. When in the playback mode, the Display application provides DVD style functionality including pause, fast forward, fast rewind and jump to previous/future frame. This is a powerful tool for remote learning of disconnected workers.
This flexible, configurable and scalable Connectvision screensaver solution has been developed to exploit Microsoft operating systems and standard PC networks. By harnessing the latent potential of existing monitors, targeted and scheduled screensavers can provide powerful and inexpensive desktop communication channels for a wide range of organisations.
Screensavers act as dynamic notice boards to keep employees connected and reinforce key brand messages. Dynamic rich media content can be targeted to individual groups of PCs to inform, educate and engage with many potential audiences at different times of the day.
Whenever any PC goes into screensaver mode, the latest centrally controlled messages are displayed on screen as a dynamic and timed sequence.
Connectvision provides the capability to leverage tablets as dynamic small form factor display devices. Using specially created Connectvision Android or IOS Display apps, these offer a feature rich and low cost alternative to large screen digital signage.
The Connectvision tablet display software can power dynamic sequences of centrally controlled videos and images that can be used to promote products, entertain customers and communicate with any target audience.
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