StrandVision Digital Signage announced that LEI
Technology, a subsidiary of Lanner Electronics, has been selected as the
provider of display controllers for mobile digital signage applications.
StrandVision is pre-configuring the LEC-5510 mobile
appliance to integrate with their digital signage software for informational
and advertising digital signage applications in and on taxis, shuttle buses,
limousines, ferries and trains.
This pre-configured mobile digital signage player is
available from StrandVision for US $1,699.99 and works with any StrandVision
Digital Signage software subscription.
The LEC-5510 is designed from the ground up for use in
vehicles. The memory chip is directly soldered to the motherboard and there is
no fan. All other internal components have additional damping, and I/O ports
have secure connections.
The LEC-5510 features power ignition control, which
allows it to switch seamlessly between vehicle power and battery power. The
controller senses when the vehicle is turned on and off, allowing the appliance
to use its battery only when necessary. The unit also can be programmed to
automatically power down when the vehicle is turned off or is parked.
Also included in the package is GPS location-specific
“This is the first mobile digital signage
application for this appliance,” said Geoffrey Egger, LEI general manager.
“Rugged construction, coupled with the unit’s
location awareness, makes it the perfect platform for location-specific
information and advertising. Digital signage is a huge potential market for us
and we’re excited by the vision and the energy that StrandVision brings to its
innovative aftermarket solution,” Egger added.
StrandVision’s Digital Signage software is designed to be
easy to install and maintain while being flexible enough to grow from one
electronic sign to a digital signage network with thousands of screens with
virtually no additional maintenance.
“We’ve built all of the power and simplicity of our
popular digital signage solution into our vehicle implementation for the
transportation industry,” said Mike Strand founder and CEO, StrandVision.
“Additional value will come from the unit’s GPS,
Wi-Fi and optional 3G or 4G cell phone capabilities that will give our
customers the ability to show highly targeted messages. Imagine an airport
shuttle bus that is able to automatically show promotions for local restaurants
or a specific hotel, even including room availability, as it approaches the
property,” added Strand.
By Telecomlead.com Team