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New LG MAGNIT MicroLED Signage Offers Outstanding Image Quality, Durability and Easy Set-Up

New LG MAGNIT MicroLED Signage Offers Outstanding Image Quality, Durability and Easy Set-Up

 

It’s setting a new standard for high-end commercial display technology. The new LG MAGNIT MicroLED Signage (model LSAB) is designed to deliver groundbreaking picture quality and durability thanks to LG’s own Full Black Coating technology, as well as streamlined installation with its cable-less block-assembly design and front service access.

What is MicroLED? In a nutshell, compared to other types of LED signage MicroLED has a higher concentration of smaller LEDs designed to produce an outstanding picture. The LG MAGNIT features self-emissive micrometer-scale pixels applied directly to the substrate board, to deliver sharp 4K images with high contrast and a wide horizontal/vertical viewing angle that minimizes off-axis color distortion. Pixel pitch is 0.93mm and the contrast ratio is 150,000:1 (@ 10 lux).

LG MAGNIT’s picture quality is boosted by an AI-powered Alpha 7 intelligent image processor found in state-of-the-art LG TVs. The intelligent processor analyzes the content and source and automatically optimizes image clarity and sharpness. What’s more, with HDR (HDR10, HDR10 Pro*) support, content becomes vivid with great visual impact. The wide color spectrum and high contrast allow viewers to fully enjoy dynamic content.

The surface structure of the LG MAGNIT utilizes several layers of advanced film coatings. The LG Full Black Coating technology along with anti-glare and anti-fingerprint coatings, are applied to the front of the display and designed to deepen black levels, improve contrast and color accuracy, help protect the tiny LED pixels from moisture, dust and some physical impacts, minimize distracting reflections and make it easy to remove unsightly fingerprints and smudges. The protective coatings also give the LG MAGNIT the potential to be used as a touch display.

In addition to spectacular images and enhanced durability, LG MAGNIT offers the benefit of hassle-free installation and configuration with front service access. Each MicroLED cabinet measures 23.6 inches wide by 13.3 inches high by 1.8 inches deep and links wirelessly to other cabinets, allowing technicians to quickly erect large-scale displays on site. Offered as a 163-inch display, the LG MAGNIT can be expanded further by adding more cabinets.

The ability to smoothly send and receive signals wirelessly is due to LG’s non-contact connector technology. LG’s block-assembly design allows power to be sent to each cabinet via pin connectors located on the edges of the LED cabinet hub. And LG MAGNIT cuts the time needed for cable management, with only a few wires on the back of the displays to link the cabinets to system controllers and power supplies.

Featuring LG’s webOS 4.1 smart signage platform, navigation and control of functions, features and presets offers a familiar look and feel for users of other LG digital signage products. With resolutions over 1280 x 720, the UI allows the user to access the settings by using a handheld remote control instead of connecting to a PC.

LG MAGNIT is compatible with LG’s SuperSign CMS, an all-in-one content management solution for content editing, scheduling and distribution. Managers can operate LG’s commercial displays including LG MAGNIT all at once, enabling systematic and efficient control.

With its combination of picture quality, expandability and convenient setup, the LG MAGNIT MicroLED is an ideal signage solution for convention centers, corporate and hotel lobbies, high-end retail, broadcast studios, control rooms, exhibition halls and museums. The versatile LG MAGNIT is also an attractive home cinema solution for luxury consumers seeking a premium, large-scale expandable 4K display.

Learn more about the LG MAGNIT MicroLED Signage here.

*HDR10 Pro is LG’s own HDR solution to process the HDR signal by using enhanced dynamic tone mapping.

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Versatile UH5E Series Digital Signage Accommodates Virtually Any Indoor Business Space

Versatile UH5E Series Digital Signage Accommodates Virtually Any Indoor Business Space

 

From large retail stores to small shops to video conference rooms of all sizes, there are needs today for versatile digital signage solutions that are easy to install, integrate and manage. LG’s slim and sleek UH5E series digital signage fits the bill, with models in 98”, 86”, 75”, 65”, 55” and 49”, all with smart signage functionality.

The wide range of sizes and extent of features should place the UH5E series high on the recommendation list of resellers, systems integrators and installers, and high in the interest of business owners and designers of corporate spaces.

With superb Ultra-high Definition (3,840 x 2,160) picture quality the UH5E series brings content to life with crisp details, vivid colors and brightness to easily capture the attention of passersby, or keep meeting attendees engaged. What’s more, LG’s In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel delivers a wide viewing angle, both horizontally and vertically, that renders content clear and colors rich regardless of the viewer’s position. The wide viewing angle is even more important in these days of social distancing, as people are more spread out than usual.

With convenient advanced usability, the UH5E series allows users to control and manage the displays remotely in real time. Content management is simplified with LG’s embedded webOS Smart Signage platform and SuperSign content management software, eliminating the need for media players and the associated hardware and cables. The webOS Smart Signage platform also supports connections with external sensors such as GPIO, NFC/RFID, temperature sensors and more, via USB plug-in. There’s no need to purchase additional software or media players for creating value-added solutions.

When giving a presentation you want to focus on the content and attendees, not on the technology. The UH5E series is compatible with professional AV controls to achieve virtually seamless integration and automated network-based control, boosting business management efficiency.

As a wireless solution, the UH5E series can enable content mirroring among devices, real-time promotions with Beacon and Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE), and operate as a virtual router to serve as a wireless access point for mobile devices.

Learn more about this versatile digital signage series and view the specifications here.

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As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical – Part 3

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical – Part 3

 

By Victoria Sanville
Senior Manager, Vertical Sales – Public Sector
LG Electronics USA

 

Mobile, reconfigurable health protocol signage solutions allow schools to position their messages in high-traffic locations and then move them as necessary. Smart displays usually form the basis of the solution, attached to a portable mount or a rolling base.*

A built-in operating system and digital signage software allow staff to tailor messages from day-to-day and place digital signs at entrances in lobbies and learning spaces that don’t currently include digital signage. Various portable health protocol signage solutions even come with batteries and high-brightness displays so they can be placed curbside, for example, where people can read them in daylight and the school doesn’t have to run power cords to them.

 

Occupancy Management Systems

Many schools’ health protocols will include limiting the number of people in a building, lecture hall or other large space, similar to how retail stores and restaurants count and limit patrons to allow for social distancing. Occupancy management solutions for education can help automate an important health protocol while also providing digital signage messaging.

Using sensors integrated with a smart digital display and a media player, schools can track and count students and faculty as they enter and exit a space. So there’s no need for staff to risk their own health manually counting people. The system would display current occupancy levels versus school-determined maximums and alert people with ‘enter’ or ‘wait’ messaging. Such systems can usually be attached to a school’s IT network so that staff automatically receive alerts when spaces are at full occupancy and staff can then make arrangements to accommodate waiting visitors.

Such occupancy management systems can also be used on campus for very specific purposes. Increasingly, transportation hubs, corporate sites and other facilities are using smart restroom solutions to monitor restroom occupancy and alert custodial services when they may need to be cleaned. The same solutions, which typically would include a small display that tells people when it is safe to enter, can be used in schools and college buildings.

 

Safe Interactive Displays

Advanced technology has even made it so that interactive solutions, such as touch-enabled wayfinding displays, can be deployed safely by schools, whether for existing applications or to convey health safety-specific information, like the safest, one-way route to a room or location in a building.

As schools navigate safe reopening during the pandemic, interactive touch technology can actually be “contact-less.” The touch functionality will still be there in the future, but for now interactivity can be accomplished by QR code scanners or voice control integrated with new and existing systems. For example, a campus visitor wants to find the student center but doesn’t want to touch an interactive display. By scanning a QR code with her smartphone, an interactive map is replicated on her device and she can safely navigate routes and other information on her smartphone screen. Or she can speak to the interactive display and using artificial intelligence and voice recognition, the display can show her information the way today’s smart speakers do.

Ultimately, many of the features and functions of health protocol display solutions will have a useful life well beyond the current public health challenge. Schools that already have robust digital signage programs can easily see the value of added visual communication in reopening during the pandemic. And those just starting out can quickly adopt new health protocol solutions today and use them as the foundation of future digital signage applications. Technology companies have been recommitting their expertise to helping educational institutions operate safely. As they say, we’re all in this together.

 

*LG provides the displays utilized within healthcare protocol solution products developed and offered by a number of third party manufacturers.

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As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical – Part 2

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical – Part 2

 

By Victoria Sanville
Senior Manager, Vertical Sales – Public Sector
LG Electronics USA

To give school administrators the tools they need to keep students and staff informed, technology providers have started to develop a new category of turnkey digital health safety protocol solutions that combine video displays with software, sensors and more. The new class of health protocol display solutions available to higher education and K-12 school districts range from wellness kiosks to reconfigurable solutions to occupancy management systems.*

 

Wellness Kiosks

For staff, students and parents entering a school, campus building or other educational facility, many institutions will choose to screen individuals for possible infection. New all-in-one wellness kiosks are easy to setup at key entry points and don’t require staff to constantly monitor their operation. They typically include a smart display with a built-in operating system for processing and presenting information, as well as an integrated thermal scanner for quickly taking people’s temperature.

Multipurpose wellness kiosks not only take temperature readings, they can show health safety video content or important messages about the school’s protocols and plans. And many include built-in features such as motion-activated hand sanitizer dispensers and containers for offering masks or gloves. Some of the more advanced kiosks can automatically track hand sanitizer usage, so schools know not only that visitors are taking the important step of protecting themselves and others, but also when it’s time to refill the dispenser.

 

Reconfigurable Health Protocol Signage Solutions

Many educational institutions already have digital signage displays mounted throughout their facilities for school messages, sports highlights, event schedules, cafeteria menus and more. Clearly, existing signage can be repurposed to communicate important health information as schools reopen. But more visual communication may be needed, especially in locations not currently served by existing digital signage.

Mobile, reconfigurable health protocol signage solutions allow schools to position their messages in high-traffic locations and then move them as necessary. Smart displays usually form the basis of the solution, attached to a portable mount or a rolling stand.

Our next post will cover occupancy management systems and safe interactive displays, plus closing thoughts.

*LG provides the displays utilized within healthcare protocol solution products developed and offered by a number of third party manufacturers.

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As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical – Part 1

As Schools Prepare to Reopen, Visual Communication Will be Critical – Part 1

 

By Victoria Sanville
Senior Manager, Vertical Sales – Public Sector
LG Electronics USA

As colleges and K-12 schools plan for classes this fall — online, in classrooms, or a hybrid of both — those that opt for some form of in-person instruction will need to deliver it safely, ever-mindful of the coronavirus that’s still present. In order to open their doors and welcome students and faculty, educational institutions will need to follow health guidelines and be able to communicate information effectively, whether it is to observe social distancing practices, monitor and report the number of people occupying a room, or publish staggered class schedules to minimize potential exposures. Digital display technology can play an important role.

During the best of times, display technology — in the form of digital signage, video display kiosks and interactive wayfinding systems — is critical to informing and engaging people as they navigate public and private spaces. It can take on new importance now as schools across the country prepare to operate safely during the pandemic.

Visual communication is persistent and self-reinforcing. In K-12 schools, continual visual messaging, supported by creative, compelling digital content, plays an important role in promoting healthy habits that will serve schools well even when the current pandemic subsides, practices such as washing hands or staying home when students feel sick. At a time when circumstances evolve quickly and up-to-date information is critical, digital signage, which can be changed at a moment’s notice, gives school administrators the tools they need to keep students and staff informed.

Technology providers have started to develop a new category of turnkey digital health safety protocol solutions that combine video displays with software, sensors and more. But they are not necessarily one-trick ponies. At their core, these solutions include the kind of digital signage technology that supports visual communication in retail, hospitality, corporate and — increasingly — education applications. So, after helping schools confront the challenges posed by the pandemic, these health safety protocol solutions can be redeployed for other ongoing communication initiatives, from mass security notifications to information about school events.

Stay tuned. Next time we’ll get into the new class of health protocol display solutions available to higher education and K-12 school districts.

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Every Space Is a Learning Space with LG’s K-12 Digital Experience

Every Space Is a Learning Space with LG’s K-12 Digital Experience

 

K-12 education is no longer a model where “teacher speaks, students listen.” Rather, it is about connectivity, collaboration and competition. And with the current situation in 2020 it continues to evolve, redefining learning spaces both in and out of the classroom.

LG Business Solutions USA is empowering today’s K-12 education needs with a diverse suite of commercial display technologies. It’s being showcased online at the LG K-12 Digital Experience, where you can watch videos, read case studies, learn about the products, download a datasheet package, and more. Areas covered include:

Active Learning Classrooms – Discover a diverse collection of technology that meets various budgets and can help increase teacher and student engagement. Pairs with 1:1 devices, i.e., mobile-computing devices that are used in the teaching as tools for learning, and collaboration software for blended learning.

Esports Learning Spaces – Through esports, students can learn digital citizenship, team building, leadership and life skills aligned with academic areas.* LG solutions support an esports club or team, plus spectators.

Collaboration Learning Areas – For the auditorium, lobby, hallways for experiential learning, huddle spaces, library and cafeteria. Leverage LG technology to enhance the learning environment and encourage spontaneous collaboration in virtually any transition space on school grounds.

Integrated Outdoor Learning and Connection – LG technology can complement the expansion of plans on school grounds for outdoor learning, club activities and athletic events, and safety announcements including health protocol information and PPE supplies.

Learn more at the LG K-12 Digital Experience today.

* https://www.nasef.org/news/blog/why-should-educators-embrace-esports/

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LG OLED TVs, OLED Wallpaper, Pro:Idiom and HVAC System Outfit Smart Hotel

What uses 164 OLED hotel TVs, 15 OLED Wallpaper displays, Pro:Idiom® digital rights management in smart mirrors and an LG HVAC system to enhance the guest experience?

The answer is Marriott’s newest Autograph Collection property, The Sinclair in Fort Worth, Texas.

The Sinclair is the world’s first hotel to run almost entirely on Power-over-Ethernet (PoE), and is an early adopter of LG OLED hotel TV display technology, with a 55-inch model in every room. LG OLED technology harnesses the capability to dazzle guests – the TVs are renowned for superior picture quality with perfect black, infinite contrast, intense color, wide viewing angle and groundbreaking design. And the razor-thin 65-inch LG OLED 4K UHD Wallpaper displays are perfect for public spaces because of that wide viewing angle – regardless of where you’re sitting in the room, the display turns virtually any blank space into a new canvas for digital art or engaging content.

The LG OLED hotel TVs and Wallpaper displays also offer the ability to perform basic maintenance and update procedures for all the TVs/displays remotely, and simple connection to guests’ personal streaming service accounts.

During these challenging times, the hospitality industry is seeking effective and efficient ways to promote guest safety and keep visitors informed during their stays, while also maintaining brand luxury standards and improving the overall guest experience to remain competitive. With the OLED TVs in every guest room and OLED Wallpaper displays around the property, The Sinclair is both raising the standard of in-room entertainment and providing a captivating solution to clearly communicate safety protocols protecting guests and staff.

In the guest room bathrooms are 21-inch models of the touchscreen Savvy SmartMirror from Electric Mirror, integrated with LG’s Pro:Idiom digital rights management technology. Pro:Idiom unlocks access to premium HDTV content from cable, satellite or video on demand (VOD) services. The smart mirrors deliver TV programming and custom hotel content.

The hotel also required individual control of its HVAC system throughout the 164 guestrooms (featuring 50 different room types) and heating and cooling for the lobby bar, reception area and large basement restaurant. The hotel management team identified LG as a company that was able to fulfill myriad HVAC needs, and create a full building ecosystem with its range of cutting-edge technologies across an expansive portfolio. LG’s award-winning Multi V IV Heat Recovery Units were selected for their ability to provide individual room comfort for each space within the larger property. The Multi V IV also contributes to the building’s energy efficiency, high performance and flexibility in design and installation options.

Check out The Sinclair Hotel video case study.

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Architectural Technology Innovation Award Presented to LG Business Solutions USA

Architectural Technology Innovation Award Presented to LG Business Solutions USA

 

If you’re a regular reader of this blog you’ve seen examples of the latest innovations in commercial display technology, such as Dual-sided, Wallpaper, and Open-frame LG OLED, Transparent OLED Touch, and most recently, the curvable LAPE Series LED and cable-less LSAA Series LED. We’ve shown videos of show-stopping LG display structures at a few CES shows, and we’ve taken you to see the amazing LG displays at South Korea’s Incheon Airport, and other places.

Today’s commercial display technology has evolved to where the displays can blend virtually seamlessly into the environment, stand out prominently in the environment or even become the environment. And that has captured the attention of architects and designers looking for new ways to build dynamic and memorable experiences.

In fact, LG Business Solutions USA was recently honored with the Architectural Technology Innovation Award, presented by the American Institute of Architects, California, during a virtual ceremony celebrating the completion of a large-scale digital display installation at its Northern California headquarters.

“This award recognizes LG for their significant and meaningful contributions to the architectural profession in California, and for pushing the boundaries of display technology,” said AIA CA President Debra Gerod, FAIA. “On behalf of more than 11,000 architects and design professionals in the state, AIA California recognizes LG for innovative solutions like the Cableless LED and Transparent Signage, as well as its commitment as a partner to the architectural community.”

LG had collaborated with AIA California to outfit their new office with cutting-edge displays. The goal was to create a space that reflected the values of the architectural profession and exemplify the future of design. AIA California incorporated a number of show-stopping LG commercial solutions, including Ultra-Stretch displays, touch screens and OLED Wallpaper displays.

The prestigious award recognition reinforces the fact that technology is a design element in its own right. To help architects and designers integrate advanced commercial display technologies into their building projects, LG has launched an expansive library of Building Information Modeling (BIM) online resources.

Read the full LG award story here.

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How Today’s IT Infrastructure Is Paving the Way for New Digital Engagement in Healthcare Facilities

How Today’s IT Infrastructure Is Paving the Way for New Digital Engagement in Healthcare Facilities

 

By Tom Mottlau
Director of Healthcare & Emerging Markets
LG Business Solutions USA

 

As the population ages and more people enter long-term care and senior living facilities, technology stands ready to improve lives while streamlining operations. Tech innovation and senior care may seem like odd bedfellows, but a growing field of connected solutions plays into the hands of the Silent Generation and aging Baby Boomers who expect a certain level of digital interaction in their lives. Facilities with the right network infrastructure will be best positioned to make this a reality.

A recent study from the Pew Research Center found that nearly half of seniors own a smartphone and almost three-quarters use the Internet.1 The Stanford University Center on Longevity reports that adults over 80 who use communication technology are more likely to report mental and physical well-being.2 And results from a Front Porch Center for Innovation and Wellbeing pilot program—in which voice control devices were installed in a San Diego retirement community—reveal that 71 percent of residents said the technology makes them feel more connected and 100 percent said the device makes life easier.3 In other words, enabling a rich, digital experience is quickly becoming a requirement for today’s seniors.

Regardless of the technology that goes into senior and long-term care facilities, there needs to be a robust combination of wireless and wired networking to support what’s possible. The so-called Internet of Things and emerging 5G wireless communications will usher in new connected devices that can help monitor residents’ condition, for example, or make buildings smarter and more efficient, all while helping free up staff to focus on caregiving.

Perhaps the most prominent yet underappreciated high-tech device in care facilities is the humble television. Present in virtually all residences, and increasingly pervasive in lobbies, common areas and other spaces, TVs are no longer just a one-way entertainment medium. Integrated into a facility-wide IT network, commercial-grade smart TVs like those from LG can incorporate much of the digital connectedness that seniors have started to enjoy across the many disparate gadgets that have entered their lives.

A modern, networked TV functions more like an all-in-one, web-based computer, addressable by facility operators with the purpose of communicating information or interacting with residents. The hotel industry has already started to embrace this technology model in a significant way. Using large, commercial in-room TVs, hotels have begun offering amenities through the LG Pro:Centric® platform directly to guests, from simple checkout to extensive concierge services. They’ve also made it easy for people to connect their own, preferred entertainment to the provided display, as well as offer branded content.

In senior healthcare, the TV can also act as this kind of media and information hub. Depending on the robustness of a facility’s IT network, caregivers and operators can send targeted reminders to residents to take their medication, offer lifestyle tips and deliver announcements of social events.

To enable this type of one-way communication, all that’s really needed is the Wi-Fi connectivity increasingly available at today’s facilities. Add to the mix a faster, wired network—or even a higher-speed wireless connection—and residents can interact with the smart TV, and, by extension, with their healthcare providers or even distant family members. They can confirm that they’ve taken their medication or RSVP for social events, all through a very familiar TV interface.

For facility operators, this kind of TV network helps simplify and centralize communication with residents. For example, the tools for sending messages or information to TV screens throughout a facility are akin to using a presentation template. No extensive IT skills are required, meaning the tech pros can focus on what they do best—ensuring a facility’s IT systems run efficiently. Instead, posting communications via networked TVs can be handled by a receptionist or other staffer, or it can be easily scheduled to run automatically.

And because this next generation of smart TV represents more of a computing platform than a screen in an armoire, it can be customizable. LG’s technology partners can develop solutions that enhance the digital experience—such as software that allows families and friends to share photos directly on residents’ TVs.

Eventually, LG plans to incorporate cutting-edge communication tools like voice control and video conferencing from innovators like Independa directly into the TV—the hub of a living space—vastly simplifying digital lifestyles and centralizing functions in a single device. As telehealth becomes more common and patients can interact visually with remote healthcare providers, the TV hub will become even more important.

However, as we come up with better ways to engage seniors digitally, the IT department needs to realize that new solutions can limit network bandwidth. Enabling smart TV hubs is just one demand put on networks, but there’s also ubiquitous Wi-Fi for residents and staff, back-office software systems, digital signage, video security, and other applications that increasingly tax network infrastructure.

The 21st century long-term care facility will need to evolve digitally to meet the expectations of current and future residents. While the mix of solutions may differ from provider to provider, building out the network infrastructure to support whatever digital experience residents seek to enhance their lives will be key to that evolution.

 

1. https://www.pewresearch.org/internet/2017/05/17/technology-use-among-seniors/

2. https://news.stanford.edu/2016/11/28/oldest-adults-may-much-gain-social-technology/

3. http://fpciw.org/wp-content/uploads/sites/15/2017/12/FINAL-DRAFT-Amazon-Alexa-Analysis-Report.pdf

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LG Introduces Budget-Friendly Ultra HD Smart Signage Fit for Any Business

LG Introduces Budget-Friendly Ultra HD Smart Signage Fit for Any Business

 

LG’s new UL3G-B series smart digital signage packs an array of high-performance features into a wide range of sizes, to suit virtually any indoor business environment and content need.

The range of available sizes includes 43, 50, 55, 65, 75 and 86 inches, enabling UL3G-B series displays to be placed in a variety of indoor spaces and architectural designs. In addition to displaying dynamic content in UHD resolution, with web-based content management, the signage can perform a host of other functions. It can mirror content, utilize Beacon and Bluetooth® Low Energy (BLE) for real-time promotions, work with sensor applications, facilitate video conferencing and serve as a wireless access point for mobile devices. To top it off the signage includes a built-in speaker.

 

Ultra HD Resolution and IPS Technology

With UHD resolution (3,840 x 2,160) four times higher than Full HD, the UL3G-B series can display breathtaking images with fine details and vibrant colors. In-Plane Switching (IPS) screen technology provides a wide viewing angle with rich color expression. This combination creates superb picture quality that looks clear and vivid from virtually any vantage point, to effortlessly attract the attention of passersby. This is ideal when you want your message to be seen by as many people as possible, such as in retail shops, public spaces, business conferences, training rooms and more.

 

Includes webOS Smart Signage

The LG webOS Signage platform makes it easy to get started with a digital signage network, and just as easy to take it to new heights. The platform is pre-loaded with native apps such as LG’s subscription-based SuperSign Content Management System (CMS) and Signage365Care cloud service solution, plus a basic content manager and management console. LG webOS Signage provides content delivery and management without requiring an HDMI input.

Even more important, webOS Signage enables LG to provide Application Programming Interfaces (API) allowing for the development and use of third-party software applications by LG partner companies, to customize digital signage solutions for virtually any business and numerous industries. Through webOS Signage, these partner applications, including a wide array of digital signage content management software, run directly on LG smart signage displays without the need for an external computing device. The process is made possible by an embedded System-on-Chip (SoC) processor within LG smart commercial displays running webOS Signage.

 

Supports Various Sensor Applications

The webOS smart signage platform supports connections with external sensors such as GPIO, NFC/RFID, temperature & humidity, pressure, optical, and thermal printer, via USB plug-in. The overall cost for maintenance is reduced as there’s no need to purchase additional software or media players and related cables for creating value-added solutions.

 

Simplifies Business Conferencing

UL3G-B series digital signage is Crestron Connected® Certified, and Cisco Systems compatible, for virtually seamless integration and automated network-based control, and optimal visual meetings with reduced set-up time.

Learn more about the new LG UL3G-B series digital signage here.