Powerful HD Digital Signage made Easy and very Affordable. The next revolution in digital signage is here. DigIt Signage Technologies is shaking up the status quo with the ChyTV HD-mini. The ChyTV HD-mini is a powerful graphics solution in a small package. Weighing in at less than 6 ounces and is the size of a
Digital Signage is electronically delivering images, videos and information to a publicly viewable screen. It is rapidly becoming a part of everyday life. We’re seeing Digital Signage in corporate lobbies, cafeterias, waiting rooms, hotels, hospitals, universities, retail, restaurants, bars, sports and entertainment environments, military installations, gas stations and more. Technology is one of the few
Challenges Facing Video and Digital Signage Security and Alert Displays Do you have an existing video distribution system that you need to add security and alert graphics and information to? Do you have a digital sign age infrastructure and need to interrupt it for alert or mass notification purposes? In light of escalating terror threats
All ChyTV devices, including both Standard Definition (ChyTV Plus, ChyTV-IP, ChyTV-SDI) and High Definition (HD 100, HD 150, HD 250, HD BB, HD Alert, HD-mini) are capable of driving or being driven by a variety of data sources and external devices. Data sources can include graphics and text imported or ‘mined’ from Web pages, XML
DigIt Signage Technologies is pleased to introduce their latest product offering, ChyTV-EARS — an Emergency Alert Response System featuring an efficient, simple and secure terminal based interface. ChyTV is well-known within high levels of government and educational sectors as a prominent solutions leader when it comes to instantly distributing and triggering video emergency alert message
After trying other graphic systems unsuccessfully, Pershing County of Nevada has selected the ChyTV HD-150, by DigIt Signage Technologies, as their in-house graphic system for Channel 14, K14KQ on their local cable network. K14KQ is an FCC-licensed Public Broadcasting Station, owned by the Pershing County School District and operated by high school students since 2001.
We recently orchestrated an in-house product demonstration with a combined training session for some of the local retail businesses in the area. Some of the questions raised were worthy of highlighting and sharing in this newsletter. Q: The term Digital Signage has over time become a generic name in industry and we feel inundated with