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Contemporary Research adds TV Control Panels to Display Express Software, Offering New Solutions for Sports Bar, Casino, and Corporate Applications
Posted on Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Contemporary Research adds TV Control Panels to Display Express Software, Offering New Solutions for Sports Bar, Casino, and Corporate Applications
Dallas, TX – March 20, 2012 - Contemporary Research has added TV Control Panels to its popular Display Express TV management system. Display Express features Web-based forms and control pages that allow users to freely define and update system operation, automated presets, scheduling and Web control panels that are easily accessed on PCs and Internet-driven tablets. 
 
By adding user-defined TV Control Panels, Display Express offers a cost-effective solution for sports bars, casinos, and corporate applications. To control any TV, the user can touch a TV icon (which can represent one or a group of TVs), select a channel, change volume, or turn power on and off. 
 
One or more pages can be assigned to any number of users, each with a unique login and password. The key values are that the facility can adapt the system and create and assign new panels without hiring a system programmer. Any tablet driven by iOS, Android, or Windows can be used as a touch panel.
 
No additional wiring is needed to integrate Display Express technology. The software can be installed on a Windows 7 Pro PC, system operation pages are accessed over the network, and the control commands travel over the existing RF coax system. 
 
Developer Jennifer Oppenheim notes, “Display Express has always been a crowd-sourced technology. A number of our integrators and end users suggested the concept, and we implemented the new feature in just a few weeks. In addition to new sites, our existing base of users can add the new feature with a free update.”