Award winning solutions for any digital signage project
QL Software includes everything you need to create, deploy, and play any type of content on any type of screen or media player. It is available either on the cloud or on-premise.
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QL is a simple but powerful content management software
QL’s user-friendly interface simplifies a powerful, full-featured CMS. Manage any content deployment scenario effortlessly using your PC, Android tablet, or smartphone.
Create and upload any content
Display any type of media, template or data feed.
Build smart programs
Easily schedule and automate your programming using smart playback rules, live data sources and tags.
Monitor your screens remotely
Monitor every screen’s playback, health and status from any location.
Interact with any player using your smartphone
Let non-desk staff control on-screen content and programming
from any location.
Create amazing templates in minutes
Easily create and publish template layouts that inform and engage your audiences and improve the customer experience
Data feed types supported by Navori QL
Intuitive content manager
Drag and drop your content and playlist zones, transparent images, videos, text, data feeds, and more! No programming skills required.
Amazing data feed manager
Integrate social media, news, room booking, QL content, weather forecasts, road traffic conditions, KPI dashboards and more…
Instantly publish to any display or device
Leverage all of your media player devices, no matter the operating system and displays, under a single unified digital signage solution. Download QL Player software and you are ready to go!
System on chip screens
Experience content rendering at its best with QL Player on professional screens such as Samsung SSSP, LG WebOS, Elo, Philips.
Media player devices
Play 8K content on Windows PCs or UHD content on Navori Stix 3700 and Brightsign XT media players.
Navori QL is certified on all LCD and LED screen technologies
Taxis and Automotive
Infotain passengers in public transit, taxi or limousine services
Control venue occupancy and enforce local regulations
Digital Menu Boards
Upgrade your menu board to a smart menu for indoor and drive-thru customers
Smart Content Automation
Automated rule-based content rendering
Solutions for your elevator entertaiment and safety
Emergency Alert Systems
Common Alert Protocol – CAP
Automatically trigger building safety messages
Turn viewers into users and allow visitors to interact with your brand
Create large scale video walls that impress and entertain
Enjoy a true UHD experience with StiX 3700
Android 9 digital signage media player
This powerful Android device delivers a true UHD experience and professional template rendering in 4K with seamless transitions.
Quick and easy setup
Installs in minutes and will provide years of service. Its micro-form factor makes it easy to conceal behind any screen. You will also benefit from a 3-year warranty.
QL Mobile lets you interact with your screens from any location
Show on-demand content, instantly update product descriptions, pricing, and messages on any screen right from a smartphone.
Interactive and secure
Authorized staff members can edit and play content in real-time or they can instantly display snapshots from their smartphone.
Tackle any business challenge
Display instant messages, videos, and sales material across one or more digital signage screens.
On-site screen control
Turn screens on and off, or modify audio levels for multiple screens in one easy step.
Become a Navori Software value added reseller
Promote your digital signage business
Logistics that make your life easier
Ehance your Digital Signage system with Navori's Aquaji Computer Vision
Display content or an ad depending on the actual audience demographics, length of stay, wait time and attention span.
Adjust content on the fly
In-depth audience attendance & persona reporting
Pluto Digital Networks deploys advertising screens in elevators
"For any start up to succeed, it is vital that all elements come together in unison to form one entity. We are grateful for the outstanding work and support the Navori Labs team have provided. Their professionalism and continuous persistence for excellence have helped us grow seamlessly."
Navori Labs on premise server architecture with dynamic content and advertising module
New to Digital Signage?
Concepts and tips for successfully deploying your solution.
What are the components, their architecture, the type of use and the importance of the choice of software?
Visual communication, like most everything else lately, has gone digital. Using Digital signage vs. traditional printed signage increases your speed and efficiency while also creating a memorable and engaging experience for viewers. Digital Signage content management is handled via the CMS software’s user interface. This is what people use to upload or create content and create new programs for display on screen. Programs can include any combination of media and data like images, videos, web-based content, corporate dashboards, cafeteria menu boards, live news, weather, business metrics and so much more. The media player software downloads and plays on -screen the end user’s programming that they created in the CMS. Digital signage software helps you communicate more effectively, and it greatly improves your productivity by broadcasting your programming to any number of digital signage screens in just seconds. Gone are the days of sending your signage off to the printer and waiting weeks to receive the final product. Instead, use Digital Signage to create and display custom content and messaging anytime and from anywhere right from the comfort of your web browser.
The first and most visible component is undoubtedly the screen. Digital signage screens come in two types; System on Chip (SoC) screens which feature an integrated media player, so all of the required components (including the media player) are inside the screen’s frame. There are professional SoC screens available from Samsung, LG, Philips, and Sony. The second type of digital signage screen is more like your typical tv set and uses an external media player device in order to display your digital signage content on screen. Professional digital signage software products are compatible with both types of screens.
The next component is the digital signage server. End-users use a content manager to upload or create their content and create programs for display on screen. In a cloud-based digital signage offering, the server can be hosted by the software vendor or a system integrator. There is a monthly fee for each media player that is hosted. The other approach, called on-premises, has the user host the server software on their own infrastructure. In this case, the customer purchases the software licenses outright and pays an annual SLA fee.
The third component is the media player (if required). Non system on chip displays, require an external media player device that is typically connected to the screen via an HDMI cable. A professional grade digital signage platform should have the ability to support the most popular media player types like a Windows PC, Android media player, Bright Sign media player etc. The media player downloads the digital signage content from the server and plays it back on screen.
Digital displays are essentially flat panel screens that rely on different technologies to render and present multimedia content to an audience. The most common are LCD screens which use liquid crystal cells to display content and LED screens which use light emitting diodes to render and display content. LED screens are typically very large and in Digital Signage they are most often used in outdoor scenarios.
Digital signage has become an essential communication tool. There have been many studies that have demonstrated the effectiveness of digital signage technologies. Some of the reasons for it’s effectiveness include the ease and speed with which users are able to publish various types of dynamic content and information to any display in minutes, regardless of where they or the screens are at the time.
Digital signage used to be referred to as narrowcasting. It’s when you send content to targeted displays, unlike traditional TV which is called broadcasting. So instead of sending the same content to an unlimited number of displays, you get to pick which ones will receive unique content. You can easily switch to uniform content across all your displays or target specific screens with unique content.
A question we hear often is, “where should I install my digital signage displays”. The answer will depend on several factors: What type of business are you in and what’s the purpose or goal of your digital signage project. You also need to consider the viewing distance, or how far away the average person will be seeing the screen from. It is always a good idea to place screens a minimum of 10 feet away from where the typical viewer will be.
Do you spend large sums of money every year on printed signs and point-of-sale material? Are you tired of seeing all that investment end up in recycling bins? Perhaps it’s time to start converting your static printed signs to digital signage displays. Anytime a change needs to be made, simply open up for favorite web browser and easily make the required changes. Once you are finished, instead of sending your revised work to a printer and waiting days or weeks to see the finished product, simply click ‘Publish’ and see your new content come to life immediately.