Merry Christmas and A Very Happy 2018

Merry Christmas 2017 one and all, and we wish you all a very Happy New Year for 2018.


We are updating and looking at the site, keep posted for new content over 2018. 


Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year

Merry Christmas from the Team

2014 has been an interesting and busy year for Beatpixels. We've introduced new members for the team, new products and have delivered multiple high profile projects this year, latest of which, The London Palladium, was handed to the customer few weeks ago.

We've also been cooking up some great things for 2015, there are some big announcements to be made in the beginning of the year so keep watching this space.

The whole beatpixels team would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2015.
UpState Sensor

Independent monitoring service by Beatpixels

Following their second patent application in 4 months Beatpixels launches its ‘UpState’ service tomorrow at the NEC Showcase in Stratford.

UpState is an independent Proof of Operation monitoring service for flat panel or projection displays via a combination of a sensor and a microcontroller.  The unit can monitor and analyse what is actually on the display via the sensor and communication system rather than the traditional method of monitoring the output of a media player.  With the addition of a marker being applied to the content ‘UpState’  will  produce a number of accurate Proof of Playout reports based on what has been shown on the display.

‘Upstate’ is extremely versatile for a variety of monitoring applications and not just Digital screens.  It will monitor the performance of the illumination in backlit poster sites including large format displays.  With options of a PC hosted, Direct LAN connected or 3G cellular sensors, ‘UpState’ can be used in the majority of locations for OOH and DOOH displays.

Jason Robinson, Managing Director of Beatpixels comments; “When we were initially approached to develop a proof of operation service I asked my Technical Director Janne Taponen to concentrate on the ‘service’ part of the solution.  By doing so we have created  a sensor system from an engineers’ point of view.  However it’s what happens in the background that really makes ‘UpState’ an outstanding and crucially valuable development.  We can monitor and analyse a display every second if required or every 10 seconds to coincide with the average industry content segment.”

Beatpixels will offer the hardware to clients on free issue based on a minimum period monthly license fee.  We will give clients access to a number of defined reporting levels from each sensor produced on a clear and concise user interface.  The reports that ‘UpState’ creates offers clients the ability to give a true Proof of Operation or Proof of Playout to each of their customers.

‘UpState’ will be on display on the 14th and 15th May at the NEC Showcase, The Velodrome, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford London.
UpState Sensor

UpState is here!

Following their second patent application in 4 months Beatpixels launched its ‘UpState’ service 14.5.2014 at the NEC Showcase in Stratford.

UpState is an independent Proof of Operation monitoring service for flat panel or projection displays via a combination of a sensor and a microcontroller.  The unit can monitor and analyse what is actually on the display via the sensor and communication system rather than the traditional method of monitoring the output of a media player.  With the addition of a marker being applied to the content ‘UpState’ will produce a number of accurate Proof of Playout reports based on what has been shown on the display.

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ADVider

New ADVider website launched

Before heading to enjoy our Christmas holidays, we thought it would be good to give you some more information about ADVider. So, we are very excited to announce the launch of the brand new ADVider website! The site features more detailed information about the unit along with some new pictures and videos.

www.advider.com

The ADVider team would like to wish every one Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! See you all 2014!