Industry use case
Interactive displays may be utilised with RFID/NFC for a personalized experience. Find class or lecture locations, and get directions from your current location via Google maps.
Wayfinding info displays can even show bus routes via Google maps to rooms in buildings that are not on the main campus
Students or staff may present an authorized personal ID card and immediately get an overview of their schedule throughout the day. The overview includes options to view location of their lessons, and the ability to view directions to the correct building.
Airport Style Display - bright
Airport Style Display - dark
In addition to Wayfinder overviews, large screens can scroll through digital signage feeds, or split screen to display both wayfinding info and personalized content. Popular digital signage feeds in academic settings include:
Authorized faculty and staff are provided credentials to check-in or check-out of classrooms. This can be configured to indicate the meeting or lesson is now in session. Automatic sleep mode for nights, weekends and holidays mean you won’t be needlessly illuminating corridors or wasting energy. The displays will automatically wake up at the configured times, and connect to the scheduling system.
Single signage outside classrooms displays a variety of information controlled by you:
When class or laboraty sessions are not in use, many public facilities keep the rooms, labs and other sensitive areas securely locked. Access is therefore based on precise schedule. With integrations to top access control systems, Door Tablet ensures rooms are not accessible outside of the administration's preferred hours.
Door Tablet Access Control integrations:
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Door Tablet integrates with academic scheduling systems using one of our API's. Using Door Tablet Standard Interface (DTSI), Door Tablet will connect to any web server that implements responses as defined by DTSI. This allows you to implement a connection to any system which can be accessed by a Web Server and respond with JSON formatted results. There are only four HTTP calls that need implementing in order for Door Tablet to fully integrate with your system.