Global leader in the embedded computing solutions market, Advantech introduces its first RISC-based digital signage player.
Powered by the Freescale ARM Cortex-A9 i.MX6 Dual 1GHz processor with Advantech's SUSIAccess signage software built-in, the UBC-DS31 digital signage player is based on the ARM Cortex-A9 processor, and delivers high performance and low power consumption. Feature highlights of the UBC-DS31 include superior multimedia performance, easy assembly design, and specific management software for digital signage applications.
Outstanding multimedia performance with low power consumption
UBC-DS31 digital signage players are powered by a Freescale ARM Cortex-A9 i.MX6 dual core processor, with 1GB DDR3 memory and 4GB flash onboard. Featuring built-in 2D and 3D graphics, the UBC-DS31 supports dual displays with up to 1080p high resolution output on low power consumption. It also supports Gigabit Ethernet for content updates and remote control management. UBC-DS31 is a function-integrated and cost-effective solution for digital signage applications.
Innovative and flexible design for easy assembly
Designed for simple assembly in any application environment with a compact size and flexible mounting design, including wall mount and VESA 75/100 mount, UBC-DS31 features a creative fabric chassis design with a latch between the chassis and the mounting bracket allowing users to easily dismantle the box from the metal mounting bracket without unscrewing.
Smart digital signage with built-in software
Built for digital signage, UBC-DS31 is preloaded with SUSIAccess software for signage based on Linux QT framework and integrating multiple functions including content refresh, layout editing and status monitoring. Users can manage and control the content of all devices through the Ethernet or wirelessly from servers and management centres. Advantech also provides a Linux BSP option for customers to develop their specific signage application software.