This solution with touch screen is designed for its location at the entrance or hall of the building of the company to offer both useful information and videos to visitors, as access control to be integrated into the security system, among other possibilities.
Engineering Amber telecommunications It has developed a multimedia interactive lectern for the corporate market, consisting of a touch screen of 46 inches and applications both audiovisual and integrated into other systems of the company, such as the control of access, security, etc.
This kiosk is located in the receptions of companies to provide visitors information while they are waiting, with a simple menu of multimedia options ranging from videos corporate documents in different formats (PDF, Word, etc.), flat of emergency exits of the building or browsing the company's website, as well as customizable according to the customer's needs.
Another of its advantages is the integration with other enterprise systems, primarily with security and access control, so that the authorized employee can pass your ID card reader and access the applications menu to display critical information to start and organize an emergency evacuation, with options such as knowing what people are present in different areas of the company.
It is also possible to visualize some of the cameras that make up the company CCTV to, for example, show visitors areas in which is difficult to access (laboratories, areas of evidence, etc.), displayed in real time and without interrupting the work. "This is in addition to a very versatile system - they point out from amber - enabling seamlessly integrated IP cameras in the company's communications network and display images of them, prior authorization, in format quadrant, fullscreen, etc".
The company has own digital signage solutions Digital -Amber Signage-, a proposal open source management and distribution of multimedia content on any display device (totems, screens, projectors, video walls, ...), which offers both packetized as SaaS (Software as a Service).
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