Signagelive, global suppliers of cloud based digital signage technology, is working in collaboration with LG Electronics to develop a LG WebOS compatible version of its innovative SoC software. Full details, including supported features and applications will be unveiled at Integrated System Europe (ISE), taking place at the RAI, Amsterdam between 10-12 February.
Signagelive’s LG webOS-compatible software version will be on display on its own stand, 8-L170 in Hall 8 as well as on the LG Electronics stand, 11-K75 in Hall 11, where it is being used to manage content on LG’s latest Smart Signage display range also being launched at ISE.
Signagelive has spent the last two years developing a SoC version of its core digital signage technology. Its LG webOS software version is HTML5 based and provides full support for different content formats including static images, video, HDMI inputs, web pages, IPTV, and RSS feeds.
LG’s new webOS-based display range, powered by Signagelive, eliminates the need for external media players to run and manage digital signage campaigns, offering significantly reduced installation operational and energy costs. Digital signage technology users can quickly publish compelling content for different applications. For digital menu board applications, for example, administrators can use the Signagelive platform to manage content locally, centrally or remotely on a display-by-display or network wide basis, using any device with a web browser.
Says Jason Cremins, CEO of Signagelive.
“LG’s highly regarded reputation in the market place together with our cross-platform capabilities make digital signage technology accessible and affordable for wide-scale commercial use by all market sectors.”