IAdea Corp. Germany Introduces XDS-2450 24″ Digital Signage HD SMIL Signboard
New software version supports HTML5 widgets
Schönkirchen, June 24, 2013 - The IAdea XDS-2450 SMIL digital signboard is the digital signage industry's first device to offer true-to-life video playback with dedicated hardware-based 1080p high definition (HD) video decoding, display dynamic information using HTML5 technology, and be managed by leading software solutions via SMIL. The device is designed primarily for use with a management server.
The IAdea XDS-2450 meets the highest hardware video decoding requirements of the digital signage industry. Support for media profiles S1 through S12 defined by POPAI, the industry's standards organization, simplifies device selection and content creation. The multi-zone screen layout, transparent PNG overlay, and ticker graphics provide greater flexibility for the display panel. The 24" 24-bit MVA color screen offers 16.7 million colors at 1920 x 1080 resolution for optimal presentation of HD video and HD 1080p images. The wide angle of the MVA LCD screen allows the unit to display content in 9:16 portrait orientation.
The IAdea XDS-2450 uses the latest content technology HTML5, it is built to display a wide range of dynamic information at the point of service. A trained web developer can quickly incorporate news, weather reports, sports scores, financial market data as well as social media feeds to make the digital signage display even more up-to-date and interesting. The same technology enables pulling live data from a backend database to display traveler arrival/departure information, queue status, and enterprise-level management information.
IAdea's SMIL open-standard players offer a new class of dedicated digital signage hardware that works with your existing management solution. IAdea works with leading display board manufacturers to create a range of modular display devices, from 10" SMIL digital countertop signboards and HD poster displays to Blu-ray-quality HD video devices and 24" all-in-one full HD video display boards. Developers can also leverage W3C SMIL (Synchronized Multimedia Integration Language) compatibility across multiple SMIL-based display devices to accommodate project-specific budgets and changing criteria.