Three innovations designed to introduce features previously unavailable in the market have been introduced by Philips Professional Display Solutions.
The first is Philips’ new CMND Display Management system, which offers great levels of control and content creation for both monitors and TVs, and all can be used remotely from one central system.
Also, the introduction of the Android operating system to hospitality TV and digital signage models brings faster processing power, easier installation and access to Android apps.
As the ultimate incarnation of Philips’ Ambilight system, Ambilux technology will create a revolution in the hospitality TV and digital signage markets by using nine pico-projectors integrated into the rear of the set to extend the on-screen image beyond the physical boundaries of the display.
EMEA sales director for Philips hospitality TV and signage solutions, Franck Racapé, said: “Not only do we have some of the most exciting developments to be found at ISE 2016, with AmbiLux we also have a true highlight, providing a totally immersive experience that is genuinely unique. With CMND and Android OS we are giving our customers more power, choice and flexibility while simplifying operation and reducing costs.”