Our latest release is packed full of features designed to optimize your schools’ Vivi experience, by giving you greater control in configuring our solution to your school’s needs and network.
Here’s what you need to know about Vivi 2.0:
In the Admin Portal, you now have the option to build an unlimited number of location hierarchies for your Vivi-enabled rooms. You can choose how you want to name, order and group the rooms, allowing flexibility for campuses, buildings, grade levels, etc.
The release of 2.0 also comes with enhancements to our Emergency Broadcast feature, designed for increased responsiveness in the event of an emergency. These include:
Websites used as media in our Digital Signage feature will now be rendered locally, from the Vivi Receiver, to enable them to be displayed in real time. This means that dynamic content, such as in-the-moment metrics or a timepiece, can be effectively used as signage. Note that this only works for websites that are not password protected.
Our new Video Encoding Controls and Settings feature is designed to give you greater control over the quality of video performance by allowing you to adjust the settings to match your network and device capabilities. Resolution, frame rate and stream quality can now be adjusted from within the Vivi App and defaults and maximums can be set from within the Admin Portal.
We have now provided an even quicker way for you to generate a USB loaded with the portable version of the Vivi App, from an IMG file available on our website. Having a USB loaded with the Vivi App is the perfect way to provide quick access for guests who are unable to download the App due to security controls on their device.
You can find the downloadable version here.
We understand that you need reliability, automation and ease of use when it comes to managing the technology in your school. Through the Admin Portal you can now:
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