Retailers interested in digital signs that they want automatically turned off after store closure might be interested in this new deal between Esprida Corporation and Tagwave for remote control management.
Esprida,, a New York-based pioneer in the field of remote device management, has a new collaboration with Tagwave, Lindon, Utah, developer and manufacturer of sensors, switches and boards for use in digital signage, self-service, and micro-network sensors.
Through this partnership, Tagwave sensor data and low level functions, such as digital signage volume, are being made available to Esprida Server, enabling simultaneous central control and automation for networks of any scale.
Using Esprida Enterprise, a customer-premise, self-hosted solution, Tagwave and Esprida customers can now access their device deployment environmental information, use tools to proactively manage their remote assets from a secured web browser, and achieve greater control over deployment.
Combining Tagwave’s environmental sensor information with Esprida advanced operational and power controls facilitates power management strategies, including powering down all digital signage 30 minutes after store closure. Further, the Esprida/Tagwave collaboration creates centrally managed rule sets for component watchdog events, such as recycling power to unresponsive printers and digital signage units.
“The integration of the Esprida remote device management solution provides our customers with a ready-to-use toolset to significantly reduce costs and increase efficiency in the management of their deployment devices,” says Vilmar Gaertner, Tagwave CEO.. “Through our respective solutions, we are able to provide our customers with capabilities like never before.”
Additional benefits include reducing the network’s carbon footprint and extending the system’s life.