At ISE 2023 in Spain, Samsung debuts new digital signage displays
ISE abbreviates for Integrated Systems Europe. The IES event is scheduled from January 31 until February 3. The tech firm Samsung is all set to introduce the new digital signage at ISE 2023, in Spain. As per the reports, the exhibition hall dedicated to Samsung is spread across an area of 1,728 square meters. Reportedly, it is the biggest among the participants.
Back in September 2022, Samsung introduced the eco-friendly product life cycle concept. It is based on the new environmental management strategy. Based on this, the tech firm is going to introduce the 2023 Smart Signage Q Series ‘MagicINFO’ solution. It is provided with an advanced ‘Remote Management function.
In addition to this, the tech firm will unveil the Smart Signage Q series. This series will comprise QHC/QMC/QBC. Reportedly, they will have a 28.5 mm screen thickness. The such small thickness will make it 40% smaller in contrast to the older versions. Such scaling will decrease the number of containers required for logistics after production by more than 20%. The 2023 Smart Signage Q Series is reported to feature efficient power management. It will be supplied with a back panel. The back panel is made up of 10% Post Consumer Material (PCM) recycled plastic.
MagicINFO is a cloud-based platform for managing devices and content. It increases the “Remote Management” function for improved usability in accordance with the setting and circumstances of the signage operation manager. With the start of US professional baseball in 2023, fans will be able to witness the outdoor LED signage (model name XHB). It has support for a maximum brightness of 8,000 nits.
The 24-inch Samsung outdoor digital signage model number OH24B boasts the IK-10 level front protective glass strength. Additionally, it features the lowest level of power consumption in the industry of up to 90W and high brightness support of up to 1,500 nits. It is also certified with IP66 waterproof and dustproof certification. Additionally, it has support for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi attachments to keep the signage connected.
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