JADS Display Software

Displays content using a full screen Java Application. There are currently three versions available:
  1. JADS Display - Fullscreen display suitable for any computer (Windows, Mac OS X, Linux).
  2. JADS Display for Android - Fullscreen display suitable for Android devices (Phones, Tablets).
  3. JADS Display GL - A 3D display suitable for any computer with 3D capabilities.

JADS Display and JADS Display for Android

JADS Display displaying a plain text announcement on a background image sequence.

JADS Display GL

JADS Display GL displaying an image announcement and queued announcement sequence.

To view a live JADS Display, launch the display software on you local machine from the Demo Screen page or download JADS Display from the Android market.

Web-based User Interface

User Login

Users sign into a web-based user interface to add announcements and configure screens.

Announcement Sequences

Announcements are grouped into sequences. A sequence can be displayed on one or more screens.

Creating an Announcement

An image or text announcement can be quickly and easily added to a sequence.

Screen Administration

A screen shows one or more announcement sequences. Multiple screens can be created and launched from JADS User Interface. A screenshot of each active screen is updated every minute making remote, centralised monitoring possible.

Screen Configuration

Display software for each screen is installed and configured within JADS User Interface.  Configuration, software updates and restarts of active screens can be performed within JADS User Interface.

User Management

Multiple users can be created with different permissions to modify screens and sequences. JADS maintains a full audit trail of modifications to the system.

Screen Maintenance and Repair

All digital signage solutions cause uneven wear to screens which can result in long term damage. This is especially true for plasma screens. The Java Announcement Display System monitors damage and can be configured to perform equalisation. The screenshot below shows an example of the equalisation pattern after running JADSDisplayGL.