Swiss Digital Signage Manufacturer, SpinetiX will be bringing their HMP100 Hyper Media Player to InfoComm Asia 2010. The company is also announcing the introduction of their second digital signage product at InfoComm Asia.
Educating the market on the benefit of non-PC based solutions will be a key focus for SpinetiX at InfoComm Asia. Francesco Ziliani, Chief Operations Officer at SpinetiX will present a look at Open Standards in Digital Signage: SMIL vs SVG as part of the Industry Conferences: Market Trends and Applications initiative during the show. Ziliani proposes that SMIL appears limited to provide the flexibility required for today’s applications. Its natural extension, the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) platform standard, is progressively introduced to maximize the technology convergence and reusability. To register for this session being held at 4pm in Room N107 on 17th November, please visit http://www.infocomm-asia.com/summit-overview.php#academyseminars1.
Serge Konter, Marketing Manager at SpinetiX says: “We’re delighted to be launching a brand new product alongside the award winning HMP100 at InfoComm Asia and expect it to have tremendous success alongside. We’re also looking forward to the opportunity to meet with our local partners and distribution specialists.”
The Hyper Media Player devices meet the growing demand for affordable and targeted messaging in custom applications. It’s a cost-effective, dedicated and stand-alone alternative to traditional PC-based video to deliver content. It’s based on the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) platform and can mix streaming video, encoded video or images and audio file formats with other dynamic information such as RSS or XML. By using auxiliary equipment such as 3G, GPS, RFID, video walls, kiosks, Spinetix hardware and software makes it easier to put together a content rich and intelligent system.
Find more information about SpinetiX products at http://www.spinetix.com