X-Sign Broadcast allows educators to push text, images, files, audio, and video to any dedicated BenQ IFP in the institution.
BenQ, the global No.1 DLP projector brand and a renowned provider of visual display solutions, has unveiled X-Sign Broadcast, the new Interactive Flat Panel (IFP) based Campus Broadcast System.
X-Sign Broadcast allows educators to push text, images, files, audio, and video to any dedicated BenQ IFP in the institution. Teachers can deliver lesson content, administrators can give announcements, and students can preview and review class materials in a single class or selected group of classes.
X-Sign Broadcast is available via Over-the-Air (OTA) updates, and is a web-based system for educators to simply broadcast messages using any computer and mobile device.
Rajeev Singh, Managing Director, BenQ, said “Understanding the need of constant technological innovations and changing dynamics of market demands has enabled BenQ to achieve an equilibrium. Leading by innovation, we are empowering users to adapt to newer technologies and creating a user-friendly, safe learning environment to meet the demands of modern-day classrooms. With the growing need for digital integration and a focus on seamless learning, we are confident that the new X-Sign Broadcast, Interactive Flat Panel will help re-engineer education.”
X-Sign Broadcast has two subscription plans, Basic and Premium. X-Sign Broadcast Basic supports simple text, images, videos and YouTube videos. X-Sign Broadcast Premium supports these, plus Microsoft Office files, including those in Cloud Storage services like Google Drive, OneDrive, school’s own Network Folder, and Live Streaming. This latter plan offers the school flexibility to share tutorial videos, assignments with a variety of file formats supported or live stream any school event or speech. With either plan, X-Sign Broadcast featured by BenQ Interactive Flat Panel provides schools with a powerful and flexible communication tool.