Increasingly, retail is becoming a 24/7 operation. As such, the focus in displays is not just on delivering compelling image quality – it’s about reliability, maintainability and minimal cost of ownership through smart display management and power-efficient technologies.
That same focus on minimising cost of ownership applies equally to videowalls and interactive displays – as well as projectors. And, whatever the application: while outstanding image quality is a given, no less important is the high brightness necessary to compete against high ambient light. Similarly, displays that are slim, lightweight and unobtrusive, which enables them to complement an environment while being easier to install.
Whatever the display application, find out what’s possible with NEC.
The HO523 is BrightSign’s first OPS compatible digital signage media player.
Compact video technology
The ability to install multiple screens and drive them from a single, simple unit has become central to businesses wanting enhanced conferencing and presentation facilities. In turn reception areas require both space for video centric informational resources, news feeds and traditional signage delivering corporate messaging in a variety of ways.
Datapath's iolite 600 is a small, quiet video system for delivering all of those requirements and more. Designed to house a number of video capture cards alongside mutli-output graphics cards and SQX IP cards the iolite 600 offers the ultimate in flexible multi-screen video deployments. The iolite is available in fixed configurations for immediate delivery or can be customised to exactly suit the project requirements.