22MILES Showcases All-in-One Digital Signage Solution at #DSE2019

The digital signage industry is expected to reach 6.9 billion dollars in 2025. Digital signage companies know this and are innovating for a higher share in the market. Every year these digital signage companies showcase their latest technologies at Digital Signage Expo (DSE).

22MILES has been a regular attendee at DSE for the past few years. Last year, 22MILES won the Rave Pub’s Best New Digital Signage Application Award. This year, 22MILES focused on showcasing augmented-reality wayfinding, an agile room booking solution, and its ability to support all hardware and operating systems.

Augmented-Reality Wayfinding on the Official Digital Signage Expo App

22MILES was the official sponsor of the DSE 2019 app. This app can be downloaded in the Google Play Store or Apple Store. The iOS version featured the augmented-reality (AR) wayfinding plug-in. The AR plug-in enables your phone’s camera to show you turn-by-turn directions in real-time environments. At DSE 2019, users were able to follow along a super-imposed pathway generated on their phone to find session locations and exhibitors.

Digital Signage Software That Supports All Platforms

22MILES featured its ability to be hardware agnostic. The software not only works on any type of hardware; it thrives. In the video above, you can see the 22MILES software powering the following hardware and operating system combinations:

  • LG with webOS
  • Philips SoC
  • BrightSign
  • Samsung Tizen
  • and Android APK

22MILES is showing the industry that it is ready for any type of digital application.

Control Your Content Remotely Through an iPad (or any tablet)

22MILES featured a 1×4 video wall that was wirelessly controlled via an iPad. Through this solution, the iPad controls the video wall to showcase video applications, menus, room booking, and more. This is a built-in feature in 22MILES’ CMS Publisher Pro.

 

If you’d like to learn more about the features mentioned above, contact us for a free demo!

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