Mumbai, 10 September 2019
Visitors to the show will see a number of highlights, including:
ArtioSign Interactive Control: The latest version of Exterity’s ArtioSign Digital Signage + IPTV in One application reveals a number of new features to IBC visitors, including the ability for users to update signage screens instantly, using their remote control to promptly change layouts to hide and show content as and when they need it, without having to use scheduling tools. Users can now also manually select a Video on Demand (VoD) asset or channel to be played from a list and ensure that the right message, such as training material or live news reaches the right audience at the right time.
- NDI support on AvediaStream Transcoders: Exterity’s built-in support for Network Device Interface (NDI) enables users to easily distribute production-quality video from NDI live production environments to an Exterity IP video solution, or to contribute video from IPTV systems to NDI production environments.
SRT support on AvediaStream Gateway: AvediaStream Gateways capture live digital TV and radio channels from any terrestrial, satellite or cable source and stream them directly over an IP network. The g4400 gateway enables organisations to deliver live video, such as training sessions, between remote sites over the internet, without the need for costly dedicated delivery networks. As safety and dependability are paramount, the gateway uses the SRT protocol, guaranteeing Secure and Reliable Transport of video, with minimal delay, between remote sites for distribution to all the screens within the same network.
ArtioGuest, Exterity’s interactive guest experience portal, now supports Philips Built-in Chromecast: Exterity and Philips have been working closely together to achieve seamless integration between ArtioGuest and the latest Philips Professional TV, which has Chromecast support built-in. The integration of these two products securely connect the TV, Chromecast services and the guest’s mobile device, while protecting the user’s personal data. This latest integration follows Exterity’s support for Sony’s BRAVIA built-in Chromecast.
"At InfoComm India this year, we are excited to show a number of enhancements to our product portfolio which will help organisations across a range of industries, including corporate and finance, media and broadcast and hospitality, deliver seamless unified communications that are future-proofed. We look forward to working with partners EIS Techinfra Solutions and VEGA to showcase our offering to the show’s visitors."
Fernandes will be attending InfoComm India alongside Regional Sales Manager for the Sub-Indian Continent, Asad Haque.
Exterity has a global presence with customers across an array of industry sectors that also include education as well as stadiums and venues. Customers in India include Thomson Reuters, Tesco, Nissan, Renault, State Bank of India and American Express.