Gail Chiasson, North American Editor
Digital View, the professional signage technology company, which recently launched its Digital Signage Division in the USA, based in Southbury, Connecticut, is bringing a full range of sizes and options from 10″ screens upwards to InfoComm.
Among its displays, it is showing interactivity; cloud hosted white label networking; new DisplayMark monitors which the company claims are the best answer to knowing the screen is playing content correctly; and, of course, its media players. There wlll also be an exhibit that shows delegates the whole network cycle so they can see how a signage system is built.
DisplayMark is a brand new compliance and validation product that delivers the last word in network reporting. Using magic-pixel cameras, the display checks itself through a special pulse on a single pixel in the bottom left hand corner of the display. Any irregularities in signal, performance or activity are immediately reported back through a networked alert mechanism – providing proof that the display is switched on and working properly, a critical point for all digital signage applications.
For those looking for signage solutions from small 10” shelf edge displays through to large format billboard solutions, Digital View will be displaying a complete range of signage products and options. Pro-AV monitors designed for demanding broadcast or control room environments, all-in-one signage and presentation displays with built-in media players, and a whole variety of solutions
“Digital View delivers signage solutions that fit customer needs,” says Bob Michaels, president of Digital View’s Signage Division. “We have the toolset and innovations to be able to pick and choose the right elements for any signage project without compromise. Our latest products add some very important capabilities to professional signage networks and installations that will improve workflow and reduce costs.”