The new tool enables users to create and manage content across multiple displays
Harris has introduced InfoCaster Online, a web-based tool for creating, scheduling and distributing InfoCaster-driven digital signage content over a geographically dispersed network.
According to the company, the InfoCaster Online is an ideal administrative tool for large digital signage networks where multiple users of varying skill levels can remotely update content to specific screens. It operates on a web server that runs on the InfoCaster network, interfacing directly with the InfoCaster Manager network management component for managing content across multiple displays.
Users can log onto the web server through an authenticated browser to see only the players and groups of players assigned to them, and the regions in which they have permission to add, delete, edit and schedule stills and video content.
Educational facilities, casinos, amusement parks, banks, corporations and retail chains are among the businesses where InfoCaster Online can serve as an addition to their digital signage system, said Harris.
A key component of Harris digital signage solutions, InfoCaster offers a suite of products for creating, scheduling, distributing, playing and reporting live video and graphics. Users can acquire or create digital content and manage it throughout the entire delivery chain from a central site or multiple remote locations on a TCP/IP network.