BrightSign announced Tuesday that it will be showcasing the new BSN.cloud platform at ISE 2020 (8-E200).
BSN.cloud is BrightSign’s new player and network management platform for cloud-connected BrightSign players. Open APIs make it partner-friendly, while near-automatic setup and provisioning make it user-friendly. All BrightSign players running BrightSign OS 8 include a free subscription to BSN.cloud Control Cloud. The Control Cloud offers simple methods of player setup, including scanning a QR code with a smartphone and real-time player monitoring from a remote location using the BSN.cloud remote diagnostic web server. Users can also choose to subscribe to the Content Cloud ($99/player/year) for the complete set of BSN.cloud content management and publishing features.
The BSN.cloud Control Cloud subscription included with all BrightSign players offers streamlined player setup and a remote diagnostic web server. Some partners will soon showcase integrations that start in the BSN.cloud UI where a customer receives a drop-down list of software to choose from during player setup. Other partners will use the BSN.cloud API’s to deliver all of the player setup and network monitoring within their own UI. Regardless of the software chosen for a project, all BrightSign players can connect — at no charge — to BSN.cloud and take advantage of the Control Cloud services described above.
BrightSign will showcase partners that have integrated with the Content Cloud within the BSN.cloud UI in the BrightSign stand 8-E200 at ISE. Some of the partners showcased will include Nexmosphere, Bluefin, Mimo Monitors, D3 LED and content by LED DREAM and Tripleplay.
Here’s more information about BrightSign’s BSN.cloud.
Here’s a video we shot at ISE 2019 about BrightSign’s BSN.cloud: