Web-Based Digital Signage System

DPA11 Development, Programming and Architecture

Location: 102D, Wisconsin Center

TUESDAY, 2:00 - 2:45 p.m.

The University of Tennessee Health Science Center has experience with Cisco DMS, a digital signage system that uses screens, media players, a media server, and proprietary software. However, they found a way to create their own DMS using only the existing screens and network, while swapping out the media players for Raspberry Pis. Attend this session to learn how a browser on a single-board computer, such as a Raspberry Pi, can be set to access tailored content for its location. Nic will show how to set up responsive web pages that contain common assets and unique content, and how to use the pages for horizontal or vertical screens of varying sizes. Attend to find out how to migrate signage into the web, so your displayed content is accessible, interactive, and easy to update.

View this presentation online

Presenters

Nic Winn
IT Analyst II, University of Tennessee Health Science Center

Tags