Software for remote control, content planning and management of displays, tablets and interactive kiosks
Remote control and scheduling of content and sound, including a management of displays, tablets and interactive kiosks runs through the Ki-Wi Server and Internet browser on any device (PC, MAC, tablet, etc.).
Users can easily sort a playlist from individual media. Playlists can also be divided into folders and be sent en masse either to all displays or just to a selected ones. Ki-Wi Server provides the ability to split the screen into several content separate and independent parts.
The Ki-Wi Server shows all displays and any output devices. You can immediately see whether the desktop is online or offline, what content is being played and when was the last time the display has been turned on. You can send any content which you want to communicate in a specific location to all displays individually.
The system is designed as a multi-user.Organization administrator can assign different levels of permissions to other people who have access to the control environment in the Ki-Wi Server. Interface of the Ki-Wi Server is dynamic with an emphasis on ease of use. You can control it easily even from mobile phones or tablets.
|Videos, pictures, animations||Ano||Ano|
|Audio and music in the background||Ano||Ano|
|Adobe Acrobat (PDF)||Ano||Ano|
|Player activities and logins||Ano||Ano|
|Regular on/off at the selected time||Ano||Ano|
|Remote reboot of the device||Ano||Ano|
|Support of web components||Ano||Ano|
|File directories and tagging||Ne||Ano|
|Broadcasting from external camera||Ne||Ano|