At ISE next month, Signagelive is to reveal details of how the company is incorporating near field communications (NFC) tags and Beacon technology into its System on Chip (SoC) software.
Signagelive’s ISE stand has been designed to represent a variety of real-world user scenarios, including retail, quick serve restaurant (QSR) and corporate communications to demonstrate how customers can use Signagelive’ cloud-based software platform to take static signage applications into the interactive world.
Using Signagelive, applications such as emergency messaging, triggered live TV and assistive point of sale (PoS) can quickly be created in a cloud environment. These are designed in HMTL5 for SoC technologies, eliminating the need for onsite media players and providing a single management interface for both standard and interactive digital signage applications.
The retail zone will feature an array of Smart displays in different configuration formats, orientations and sizes. Signagelive will demonstrate how its assisted PoS application can be used to create an enhanced retail experience for customers to encourage brand loyalty and increase sales.
The QSR zone will feature a series of interactive menu boards that can be updated and managed in real time via mobile devices. In the corporate zone, Signagelive will demonstrate how large enterprises can use its multi-zoning capabilities to display corporate news, live TV, social media content and ticker feeds on Smart Signage displays to improve internal communications.
“Mobile and internet technologies are rapidly evolving and merging, and as a result we are seeing the development of innovative apps to increase user engagement.” said Jason Cremins, CEO of Signagelive. “To maintain our position as a top supplier of digital signage technology we must ensure our platform seamlessly interfaces with near field communications and location based technologies and our stand at ISE will clearly demonstrate how we are achieving this through a variety of real world examples.”
Signagelive will also be demonstrating its cloud-based digital signage platform and support for a wide range of media playback technologies on a number of partner booths, including Samsung and LG.