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Title: Subscription-based multi-user digital signage network system
Authors: Zhang, Hao
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering::Computer applications
Issue Date: 2009
Abstract: Digital signage is new media advertising medium. It is defined as an out-of-home advertising, which outputs information on electronic output devices like LCD screens, plasmas, and large electronic panels. Digital signage has helped in creating new advertising techniques to get the message across in a way that static flyers and billboards never could. It is the future of outdoor public advertising medium and will shortly replace the traditional advertising media. The displays can consist of text, images, animations or video with or without sound. The current systems have a player connected offline to the displays, or a computer connected through a network to display digital contents. Content management is usually done from the main central server or the digital contents are manually updated onto the players where offline modes are used. The goal of this project is to study and create a working prototype for a subscription based networked digital signage system. This thesis work is done for the company GDC Technology Singapore, a world leader in digital cinema and digital signage networks. GDC currently has a Network Operating Center (NOC) running in Singapore and our prototype will be interfaced with this current system to create a digital signage network system. In this thesis, the research and methodology for developing the model will be presented. A functional prototype has also been developed for the user to manage digital contents and perform scheduling.
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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