Exterity brings newly enhanced ArtioSign to ISE 2017

Exterity brings newly enhanced ArtioSign to ISE 2017

New scheduling and management features are among the core ArtioSign product extensions that further strengthen enterprise communications

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Edinburgh, 15 December 2016Exterity, a leading provider of IP video and digital signage technologies, today announced that it will demonstrate major enhancements to its ArtioSign® digital signage solution at Integrated Systems Europe 2017 (ISE), in Amsterdam from 7-10 February, 2017.

Unveiled at ISE 2016, Exterity ArtioSign is designed for organisations that want to install multiple displays to enhance employee, visitor and guest experiences by offering a feature-rich, fully configurable and integrated digital signage application and IP video system. A wide variety of industries, including corporate and finance, education, hospitality, stadiums and venues, broadcast, and transport, use ArtioSign to stream TV and video, combined with live news updates and tailored messages that serves to strengthen communications.

ArtioSign is included with every AvediaServer® platform, and built in to every AvediaPlayer™ Receiver, enabling organisations to immediately benefit from a seamlessly integrated digital signage IP video system. Using ArtioSign, organisations can create uniquely branded, tailored signage with drag-and-drop ease, and manage what is displayed via individual and groups of media players. At ISE 2017, Exterity will showcase ArtioSign’s new, intuitive scheduling and management capabilities, enabling users to schedule complete signage campaigns to the exact minute, and target messages to the right audiences at the right time. Signage can also be updated on the move using the ArtioSign app on an Apple or Android tablet, as well as from the desktop. At ISE, the Exterity stand 12-F50 will showcase scheduled ArtioSign campaigns across all 11 on-stand displays.

"Connectivity is pervading every area of our lives and digital signage underpins much of it," said Colin Farquhar, CEO at Exterity. "Organisations across the board, from corporations to stadiums, have recognised the importance that digital signage plays in strengthening communications with employees and guests. In response to market demand, we’ve enhanced ArtioSign with a number of key features to ensure organisations can deliver tailored messages to multiple screens more easily."

Exterity enables organizations to deliver high-quality video content over the corporate LAN and beyond, via WAN, Wi-Fi, the Internet or Content Delivery Network to any device over any network.
Exterity customers include BBC, BNP Paribas, Endemol, ITV, The Open, PSV Eindhoven, Sanofi, Thomson Reuters, and many more.

ArtioSign, along with the complete range of Exterity products,will be demonstrated on Exterity’s ISE stand 12-F50.