ISE 2014: Kramer showcases DOOH capabilities5 February 2014
Having acquired exclusive marketing, distribution, development and manufacturing rights for the Minicom Digital Signage line of solutions a year ago, Kramer Electronics is showcasing its digital out-of-home capabilities at ISE 2014.
Kramer’s line of digital signage products provide end−to−end solutions for distributing content from digital or analogue sources, over long distances, to multiple screens. These solutions encompass media distribution, network management, content management and proof−of−performance on various digital signage platforms.
The Minicom Digital Signage line of solutions includes: the DS Vision Digital, a distribution system for HDMI and DisplayPort signals to as many as 16 screens over long distances based on HDBaseT technology; and the DS Vision 3000 (pictured), a management and distribution system for high definition signals from analogue (VGA) sources over long distances, up to 600m and hundreds of screens.
Kramer’s offering also includes a number of Video over IP streaming video products that allow transmission of high definition signals to an unlimited number of screens over virtually unlimited distances, using existing network and cabling infrastructure.
The company’s products are aimed at various applications, and are suitable to both small and large installations including retail and QSR as well as corporate communications, airports and other transportation stations for applications such as wayfinding, schedules, fares and more. In addition, Kramer’s digital signage products enhance the waiting experience by exposing passengers to informative and promotional content.
“We are very happy to present Kramer’s unique digital signage solutions this year at ISE,” said Ezra Ozer, Kramer Electronics’ VP of marketing. “Our company is committed to providing our customers with the best digital signage solutions currently available in the market, and our research and development teams continue to enhance our portfolio with the next generation of products.”