BrightSign, global player in digital signage media players, is using ISE (Stand 8-C165) to launch its HD and LS Series 4 players rounding out its Series 4 player family.

The three new BrightSign HD4 and LS4 models feature upgraded player hardware and run the latest version of BrightSign’s dedicated operating system (v8.0), making them more powerful while maintaining the same price-points as their predecessors.

Both players feature major updates to the HTML rendering engine, with the HD4 now offering 4K native decode supporting HDMI 2.1 and HDR10. Both the HD4 and LS4 boast even higher power efficiency than their Series 3 counterparts.

Other highlights and partners

BrightSign will also exhibit its more advanced XD4 and XT4 players at ISE. The XD234 and XD1034 support Dolby Vision as well as 4K video.

The XT244 and XT1144 support PoE+, dual 4K video decode and 4K graphics; and XT1144 supports HDMI-In to deliver Live TV to end-points either via an HDMI cable or streaming over a network.

These players deliver BrightSign’s fastest performance to-date. This is the first time the full Series 4 player line-up has been shown anywhere.

A wide range of technical integrations by BrightSign partners will also be demonstrated on the stand

• Room scheduling solutions running on the small, BrightSign Built-In SoC touch displays by Bluefin and Mimo Monitors
• Mimo Monitors (8-G362) will showcase its new line of displays featuring the first 4K display powered by the Series 4 BrightSign Built-In SoC
• A demonstration of Nexmosphere’s ‘elements for experience’ will shine the light on many different types of experiential controls that integrate with BrightSign players for engaging retail installations
• BlueFox will be demonstrating its real-time mobile phone sensing technology in BrightSign players, enabling optimisation of digital signage messaging and increasing display ROI by measuring real-time customer engagement
• Comm-Tec (2-B40) will be showing Zygnage LCD poster screens powered by BrightSign
• A 5-screen BrightWall video wall will also be on show.

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