Inspirational display solutions will be the key theme for Philips Professional Display Solutions (Philips PDS) at Infocom 2018 with the company unveiling a mix of new display products, enhanced and expanded software solutions and previews of future touch screen models.
The new LCD displays will include an expanded Q-Line series with new UHD panels in larger screen sizes and incorporating the Android OS for the first time.The company will also unveil and demonstrate new developments for CMND, its range of creation and remote management software solutions.
Chris Colpaert, Philips PDS General Manager for EMEA & NA said, “Philips’ focus is on offering true innovation and real system solutions to our customers. We will present an exceptional range of displays plus an unrivalled integration of hardware/software, both in our own system’s solutions and through our work in vertical markets with our key software partners.”
Infocomm Product Launches
New for 2018 for the Philips Q line will be an extension of the range to include high-quality UHD models that also bring Android SOC into the range for the first time.
The new UHD models also extend the range of sizes in the Q Line with new 50”, 55” and 65” displays to be joined by with 75” and 86” versions in the range for the first time.In addition, the extended Q Line adds direct LED backlight to bring better contrast, black level and brightness.
Philips popular mid-range D -Line series will also be expanded with two new extra-large screen sizes – 86” and 98”. These new models will be the first to feature the latest version of the Android OS (7.1.2 Nougat).
A new 55” High Brightness model will join the H-line range, featuring a direct LED backlight, high contrast SVA panel and a light output of 2500 cd/m2 suitable for delivering content in brightly lit retail spaces.
Philips PDS’s Infocomm booth will feature examples of Philips PDS’ activity with demonstrations focusing on a number of vertical markets including: Food & Beverage, Transport, Corporate and Retail
All of the new LCD display products launched at Infocomm are also compatible with the company’s CMND content management and remote-control system. CMND eliminates the need and cost of going from site-to-site, to perform basic maintenance or reconfigure settings, update information or content by allowing Philips customers to control connected displays remotely.