A video wall is a set of several screens in a row or under each other – mostly 2x2 or 3x3, but also 1x5 and so on. With Ki-Wi Signage you can now control all these screens remotely and at once. You can display (duplicate) the same content on each screen or you can extend it to several screens connecting them into one big image.
We have developed a new widget with which you can simply connect Ki-Wi Signage with Microsoft Power Bi. You can then display interactive charts, reports, or dashboards that are loaded from Power BI.
If you have a screen in your conference room, school or your office, that you use for presentations or conference calls, you can now use it as a medium for sharing information when not in use. Just set a screensaver – Ki-Wi Player application – which will then display current weather information, lunch menu or meeting schedule in you conference room.
New Ki-Wi Calendar can be used on any displays and screens and will display your schedule of company meetings, social events, events in meeting rooms, or navigation for your visitors.
To support Ki-Wi Signage solution development we added support for additional operation systems and applications. Ki-Wi Player is now fully compatible with Linux OS on Raspberry PI mini computers, new LG models or applications of professional displays by BenQ and Sony.
The first new feature brings four statuses which will let you know, whether the item is online or offline according to plan or not according to plan. The second new feature shows, whether the content is synchronized.
We have launched a new documentation, which contains manuals and useful tips for Ki-Wi Signage (Ki-Wi Server + Ki-Wi Player apps).