PPDS unveils Wave cloud platform at ISE 2022

PPDS has launched its new Wave cloud platform, designed for system integrators to install, control and manage Philips displays remotely.

Wave provides access to Philips Android SoC displays, allowing set up and management of large display fleets. The platform’s ‘API-first’ architecture allows for third-party systems to be integrated, as well as applications for improvement of existing workflows.

The Wave remote device management platform is designed with the Philips professional SoC display portfolio in mind, trialled and co-developed with multiple PPDS system integration partners across EMEA and North America.

Wave is included with all Philips Q-Line, D-Line, T-Line and C-Line displays, as well as with any existing displays with Android 7 and above, which can be upgraded and provisioned. 

Wave enables users to manage a scalable number of accounts and displays remotely, as well as delivering bulk updates, updating firmware, debugging screens, adjusting settings, adding basic content and receiving alerts. 

AV and IT managers can also view status (including screenshots), and access or assign precise information, details and controls to each display. 

Additionally, Wave can be customised to suit the brand of system integrators, including an option to place the Wave platform on a custom URL. 

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