- Video Conferencing
- Media Technology
Inform, share, distribute... your message can be everywhere. From simple reception welcome screens to video walls with programmed and live content: DEKOM narrow casting and digital signage engineers just love to spread it out.
Streaming media is not a new development; it has existed since the mid 20th century. However, it could not become established and widespread until after more recent technological developments such as the commercialisation of the Internet in recent years and with it the almost soaring availability of bandwidth and processing power.
In many places, streaming media is now a part of everyday life. The (private) entertainment industry, the education sector and even medicine have long recognised and embraced the benefits of this method of transmission. An increasing number of higher education establishments operate their own recording and live transmission systems for lectures and teaching content, which students can then access from anywhere. Operations are recorded and archived on content servers for teaching and research purposes, and conventions and conferences are broadcast in real-time over the Internet, making them accessible to the wider public.
For us, successfully implementing streaming media involves taking into consideration your intended applications, quality requirements and budget constraints to find, configure and integrate your ideal system, making the best possible use of existing infrastructure (server architecture, video conferencing systems, etc.). This is why we develop both hardware and software-based solutions - not only for you, but with you.
The use of digital media content in advertising and information systems is omnipresent - found in the retail trade, banks, airports and stadiums. In some places, traditional media has been entirely replaced by electronic billboards, digital door plates, interactive customer guidance systems and large screen projections.
And it’s no wonder; digital signage is an effective and cost-efficient solution for reaching customers, potential customers or employees. More and more companies see digital signage as an important part of their internal communication. Videos, images, audio or live tickers can be played around the clock and specifically adapted at any time.
Last minute changes such as news or greetings can be inserted into customer-specific templates, displayed and managed from anywhere over the Internet. Sequential control schedules can be combined with customer specific software such as Outlook or room occupancy software. Not only do we supply and install high resolution LCD and plasma screens, OLED displays, rear and front projectors and information columns; we are also an ideal partner to create, edit and manage your content. Our system specialists configure individual digital signage solutions customised to your specific needs - and of course also train your employees.
Full flip charts, empty bottles, double-booked rooms - badly organised meetings can be not only annoying, but also embarrassing. With this in mind, managing and coordinating conference rooms, meeting rooms or training rooms can quickly become a complex challenge for large companies, hotels or conference centres.
Because of this, we program and install room booking systems of various sizes to optimise the control and use of your room capacities. They offer transparency for long term planning, flexibility for last minute changes, and also real added value for your events. Connected door plates and displays direct your employees and guests quickly and reliably to the appropriate room, whatever the time. Projectors, flipcharts and drinks can be ordered when reserving the room, and then charged to the relevant cost centre.
Even external service providers such as caterers or cleaners can be connected using appropriate software interfaces. Our tailor-made systems allow you to keep everything under control - and your employees, partners and guests to keep track.
„A major advantage of the e-learning platform is that our students gain very simple and immediate access to the recordings.“
Prof. Dr. Sönke Knutzen
Vice President Teaching, Technical University of Hamburg-Harburg