Digital signage is a technology that will allow you to post information that you would traditionally put on a bulletin board on a digital display. You can display one unique content feed to any number of screens, or several unique content feeds to multiple screens.
Configuring your displays and computer hardware may require networking services from Telecommunication and Network Services.
There are two services on campus for Digital Signage, Drupal (free solution) and AxisTV (paid solution). Depending on your needs, one service might work better for you than another. Click here to compare each service offerings
Drupal Digital Signage Service Information
Drupal digital signage is a form a digital signage that utilizes a webpage instead of a piece of software to display content on a screen. Displaying your content is as simple as plugging the URL of your sign into a browser.
Fees: This service is free to campus.
Sign-Up Info: If you are interested in getting started with Drupal digital signage please contact the Digital Signage Team at email@example.com
AxisTV Service Information
AxisTV digital signage is a form of digital signage that utilizes software to manage the content that is being played on a sign.
This service requires both a license (one time fee) and a Software Maintenance Agreement (yearly) for support. You will need a license for each unique video feed. For example, if you are displaying two unique feeds on ten displays, you will need two software licenses. You may buy software licenses for your own hardware (i.e., thin clients or other computers) if your hardware meets requirements outlined.
Fees: One AxisTV Channel Player Software License: $1199.00
Software Maintenance Agreement: $132.00
Sign-Up Info: If you are interested in getting started with AxisTV digital signage please contact the Enterprise Technologies Management team at firstname.lastname@example.org