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It is officially Spring in London and it isn’t just the birds that are excitedly tweeting. Door Tablet’s Twitter account has been busy highlighting useful information throughout the winter – not just about developments at Door Tablet, but also regarding the latest news in our industry and in the world of enterprise meeting management.
A favourite subject has been the Smart Building industry and the future of the smart city environment. Will there be a standard landscape for cosmopolitan cities of the near future? Check out this March article in which Bruce Duyshart explains why smart buildings will actually become even smarter and more sustainable.
In the previous month, we published a couple of tweets inspired by events in The Netherlands. In this article, we saw encouraging signs that the definition of smart is evolving. It discusses Amsterdam's iconic smart building called "The Edge" which enables real-time interactions by users via their smart phones, so it can largely personalise user experiences to individual users. The second tweet was inspired by our successful presence at the Integrated Systems Europe 2019 event and can be read about here.
Door Tablet WIN - our Intel integration inspires greater hardware choice
Our successful integration with Intel Unite 4 has led to an expansion of the hardware choices being promoted with the sale of the Door Tablet signage solution, driven by Intel's focus on the Windows operating systems. Here are some images of the newest additions to the Door Tablet portfolio of tablets, all driven by Intel CPUs and Windows 10 OS.
End-point hardware, the Door Tablet WIN-MM. Slick and elegant with white(ish) frame. Front LED lights, with sides front profile. PoE and RFID built-in.
End-point hardware, the Door Tablet WIN-WM. Symetric and rugged. LED lights, on both sides with front profile. PoE built-in, RFID optional.
Wayfinding player hardware, the Door Tablet WBX.