U.K.-based touch display firm Tiny Green PC has recently launched "FitSignage," a plug-and-play digital signage system designed for deployments where several small screens are required in a number of locations such as POS promotions, trade shows and public information uses.
Fit PC3 is Tiny Green PC's computer of choice for powering FitSignage. The super-small, high-power PC measures just 19-by-16-by-4 centimeters and features low energy consumption (10W), making it well-suited for projects requiring prolonged unattended use, the company said.
The company said a major feature of FitSignage is its easy-to-use interface. Not only does it support most file types, the FireCast EasyStart software allows the user to create professional looking on-screen content thanks to its built-in graphics tools. In addition, FitSignage can be acquired in both single- and dual-display formats, allowing end-users to further tailor the system according to their requirements. With EasyStart's built-in remote feature, a Web browser can be used to remotely update content to the FitSignage system. All of the above comes without the need for repeat maintenance and with a one-off cost.
"For those requiring powerful yet energy-efficient digital signage for 24/7 use, small fanless PCs have proven to be a popular choice," said Rob Anders, CEO of Tiny Green PC. "We've certainly noticed a shift towards green systems such as our Fit PC range. Coupling the dependable Fit PC3 with clever software has allowed us to create an all-round digital signage solution in the form of FitSignage."
Bill Gerba, CEO of remote content management software company WireSpring, said, "It's clear that our software is increasingly being used in collaboration with highly efficient mini PCs for digital signage purposes worldwide. Combining WireSpring's software with the Fit PC3 system has allowed FitSignage to offer its users a cost-effective, high performance solution."