|Dymax's integrated security systems are designed according to Canadian standards|
Rick Kuris, Managing Director at Dymax takes up the story: "Already in use at a large number of sites today, our integrated systems are designed according to Canadian standards for emergency voice evacuation and fire alarm systems. In keeping in with these standards, the SpinetiX HMP100 Hyper Media Player is seamlessly integrated with the Bosch Praesideo voice evacuation and public address systems. The product has tremendous potential in the fire and safety market as it allows the display of emergency video or text alongside audio, even within a specific area. The player also seamlessly integrates with other third-party equipment."
The SpinetiX HMP100 Hyper Media Player is seamlessly integrated with the Bosch Praesideo voice evacuation and public address systems
The compact HMP100 Hyper Media Player uses open software standards that meet the growing demand for affordable and targeted messaging, and enables users to provide custom displays for specific building areas. It offers a cost-effective, dedicated and stand-alone alternative to traditional PC-based video to deliver content. It's based on the Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) platform and can mix streaming video, encoded video or images and audio file formats with other dynamic information such as RSS or XML. What's more the unit is pocket size, weighs just 190 grams (6.07oz.) and uses 5V DC in power.
Serge Konter, Marketing Manager at SpinetiX, adds: "Having our Hyper Media Player used in this way is testament to the innovation of our product in providing failsafe messaging."
"Everyone is telling us that digital signage is for everyone but you will find that the SpinetiX HMP100 Hyper Media Player is one of very few that can be used for mass notification," adds Kuris. "There is substantial value in selecting SpinetiX which allows our partners and users to get terrific return on investment whilst at the same time keeping Canadian's businesses safe and sound!"
The award winning HMP100 Hyper Media Player was shown in a variety of configurations on Booth 1638 at Digital Signage Expo 2010, on 24-25 February in Las Vegas. For more information, click here.