Omnivex Corporation, Microsoft Gold Certified Partner and provider of enterprise software for digital signage networks, will exhibit at the upcoming Integrated Systems Europe show, taking place today at the Amsterdam RAI. Omnivex will exhibit unique examples of how their content management software, Omnivex Moxie, can be used in different industries. These include multi-PC synchronization for video walls, location based content triggered by GPS coordinates and user defined preferences, and dynamic wayfinding.
Omnivex Moxie software was developed to deliver rich, contextual media to all types of audiences to dramatically increase effectiveness of the signage and lower associated operating costs. Moxie users are able to create multiple graphic layers on non-rectangular surfaces, group them, rotate them and orient them as desired. Any parameter such as size, position, opacity and color can be tied to real-time data so information can appear and change based on current events. The software is able to determine what to present on the screen based on internal and external information.
Unlike competing products, Moxie has secure encryption, permissions, and authentication.
The newest version of Moxie, 6.04, works with Microsoft Windows 7 to offer customers enhanced security, innovative user interface features and reliability improvements. Moxie takes advantage of the new Windows 7 video processing capabilities, delivering a stronger ROI to customers than with either Vista or XP. It also allows users to easily move into 64 bit deployment when the time is right for them.
On Wednesday February 3 at 4pm Omnivex President, Jeff Collard, will speak about how to “Add Value Through Digital Signage”, in Elicium Room D204. The presentation will focus on how system integrators can add significant value to their customer's business when they provide an engineered solution built around the customer's needs. Collard will explain how a well planned, well executed digital signage deployment can enhance a business and lower costs through targeted communications.