How Digital Signage Works
Building a Digital Signage System involves 4 simple steps. It includes a large flat panel display screen, a digital signage player, and cloud-based, content management software. Screens located in different locations (floors, buildings, campuses, towns, or even countries) can be managed remotely from a centralized location.
The signage player is connected to the internet wirelessly or via an ethernet cable, and to the display screen using the HDMI (or DVI) cable.
Each display screen requires its own digital signage player.
Connect the Player
Using an HDMI cable the signage player displays content on the display screens. The player is usually installed behind the screen.
The signage player is a small device which stores and displays all content as per a schedule. Content is downloaded from the cloud-based software to the player.
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The digital signage Content Management Software (CMS) is cloud-based software and can be accessed from a web browser, securely and from anywhere.
The web-based CMS can be accessed from anywhere via a web browser. It allows users to upload and/or create content, playlists, and screen templates.
The content can be organized for playback as per a schedule.
To access the web-based CMS, simply login via a web browser
and assign content and schedules for each player.
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