Volanti Displays Announce IOT Ready Digital Signage Displays
Internet Of Things enabled large screen video displays for remote monitoring and management in commercial applications
By: Volanti Displays
As the market has continued to expand for digital signage displays and with the increasing awareness of IOT connectivity, the requirement for monitoring and control of public video displays has increased significantly. Volanti's IOT connectivity enables monitoring and control of temperature, fans and other functions within the display system.
"For virtually all electronic devices, Internet connectivity is not a question of 'if', it is when and how - we are looking to make IOT readily available in commercial video display products," says Dusty Perryman of Volanti Displays.
Designed to meet the needs of the digital signage and way-finding market for product promotion, advertising and retail navigation applications, the V6500-4KT provides 10 point multi-touch and plug-and-play ease of use for installers. Usability is enhanced by the fast response and support for finger with pressure sensing when used with suitable applications.
The optical clarity of the touch glass ensures promotional images and video are optimized and the unique slim design is reminiscent of tablet design so users know intuitively that this is a touch display and will more readily interact with it. Furthermore, the 4K Ultra-HD resolution provides a crisp image even when the user is up close, a key consideration for large touch screens.
Details are available at http://volantidisplays.com/
ABOUT VOLANTI DISPLAYS
Volanti Displays of California does design and final assembly of video display systems for the commercial market. Innovative products and cutting-edge technology is brought together to meet the needs of US customers in education, corporate and digital signage.
Facilities and showroom are based in Morgan Hill, California, just 20 minutes south of San Jose. http://volantidisplays.com, Tel +1-408-828 6739.
Michael Sarich / Dusty Perryman
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