QNAP Systems, Inc. announced the launch of Signage Station app, a solution for designing, publishing, and sharing multimedia contents with access controls. The app was created for the company's Turbo NAS series.
The digital sigange content can be designed with the iArtist Lite software, then uploaded to the Turbo NAS, and shared using the web-based Signage Station. iArtis Lite allows its users to embed elements including videos, animated texts, images, and PowerPoint presentations via drag-n-drop. The timeline and layer design allows users to flexibly arrange the order of objects for playback and transition effects.
The original and editable digital signage content can be accessed and edited, once the content administrators set up access permissions.
The Signage Station introduces allows users to integrate a digital signage player on the Turbo NAS for a variety of uses, including menus, advertising boards for businesses and personal animated resumes, creative diaries for home users. “It simplifies the management of traditional digital signage displays on the Turbo NAS, and provides Turbo NAS users with a new free solution to promote their business or personal profile,” said Sam Wang, product manager of QNAP.
The Signage Station comes with 52 templates to help the beginners to quickly complete the animated content design. The app is available for download from the QTS 4.0 App Center.