Digital technology is changing the way organizations communicate and BenQ is leading this change. BenQ, an internationally renowned professional display solutions provider, announced the launch of X-Sign Broadcast, the new Interactive Display (IFP) based Campus Broadcast System. X-Sign Broadcast allows educators to send text, images, files, audio and video to any BenQ interactive screen found. Teachers can present course content, administrators can announce, and students can preview and review class materials in a single class or a selected group of classes. X-Sign Broadcast makes an OTA update. X-Sign Broadcast, a web-based system that educators can use to broadcast messages using any computer and mobile device, updates can be made automatically.
X-Sign Broadcast: Complete Your Campus Broadcast
Conventional public address systems can broadcast audio only. X-Sign Broadcast extends this to text, audio, video and MS Office files, including those saved in the Cloud storage service directory such as Google Drive, OneDrive, Dropbox and its own network folder. Web-based X-Sign Broadcast allows users to schedule message or content delivery using any computer, smartphone or tablet. The system is perfect for schools with multiple buildings on campus or even multiple campuses; It helps educators to create the next generation smart campus that is more efficient, efficient and competitive than those using the legacy speaker system.
Support for Multiple Message Delivery Modes and File Formats
X-Sign Broadcast is very flexible in terms of various message sending modes that meet the different and changing needs of organizations. Two important features; “Interrupt” and “timed” broadcast modes.
In the interception mode, messages are uploaded and forwarded immediately; audio / video announcement – useful for security messages – or appears as a banner with motion paths superimposed on the main message. This mode is great for reminders and change notifications such as canceled classes, room assignments or due dates. In timed mode, content is preloaded so that it can be viewed at any time, even if the screen is turned off.
X-Sign Broadcast with Group Message Broadcast feature gives users great control over not only where messages appear, but also where they appear. Changing message content, such as tutorial videos or assignments, can be set to different BenQ interactive screens, whether it be one or a selected group, or entire clusters on a campus or an entire campus group. This is perfect for school messages tailored to different class years, or for individual teachers to send a variety of subject and level-based learning materials to different classes. Live broadcast functionality of X-Sign Broadcast is ideal for the principal’s special events and speeches.
Two Broadcast Plans to Reach Smart Campus
X-Sign Broadcast has two subscription plans: Basic and Premium. X-Sign Broadcast Basic supports simple texts, images, videos and YouTube videos. In addition, X-Sign Broadcast Premium supports Microsoft Office files, including those on the Cloud Storage service series such as Google Drive, OneDrive, the school’s own network folder and Live Streaming. This final plan gives the school flexibility to share tutorial videos, assign homework with a variety of file formats, or broadcast live any school event or speech. With both plans, X-Sign Broadcast by BenQ Interactive Display offers schools a powerful and flexible communication tool.
Currently, X-Sign Broadcast Basic is available for free trial until October 30, 2019. For X-Sign Broadcast Premium, additional file formats yellow and service support will soon be available via Over-The-Air (OTA) updates.