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TelemetryTV has launched a new Playlist publishing feature and a brand new Time Widget. Confirm changes to playlists before publishing them live, display multiple timezones, and try our new countdown feature!

Communicating effectively with hundreds of students doesn’t have to be difficult. Learn some of the many ways TelemetryTV’s digital signage solution is being used to engage students and build a sense of community spirit.

Choosing your media player is the first step in building a powerful digital signage infrastructure. In this article we will walk through how to find the best player that’s optimized for TelemetryTV and compatible with your needs.

Read our article to find out about the top uses for digital signage displays in today’s universities, colleges, and high schools.

Cloud-based signage solutions are quickly replacing dated on-prem platforms. Today’s cloud-based signage solutions deliver your content to any number of remote players anywhere. Let’s look at some benefits that switching to cloud-based signage can bring to a business.

Stanford School of Medicine, a world-leading institute in health research, treatment, and education, installed TelemetryTV in 2016. Stanford was looking for a dynamic, real-time visual content solution to centralize their communication across multiple departments.

This week our hardworking product team at TelemetryTV announced a big release. It includes a NEW applications library, big enhancements to the media manager, and a sizeable improvement to our user interface.

How E-xact Transactions Ltd. (A Payment Gateway) used Google Chrome devices to help bring TelemetryTV into their organization using Chromeboxes, Chromebits, and the Chrome Device Manager.

We're excited to launch our new website, For those that are unfamiliar with what we do, TelemetryTV helps businesses improve the way they communicate content and information to stakeholders through dashboards, digital signage, and programmatic TV.

TelemetryTV, a Unified Display Management platform offering dashboards, digital signage, and programmatic TV announced today that they are looking to connect with partners and integrators.

TelemetryTV, who recently launched the Unified Display Management platform offering digital signage, dashboards, and programmatic TV, announced today that they will be be attending the upcoming Digital Signage Expo (DSE) in Las Vegas, from March 16-17, 2016, taking place at the Las Vegas Convention Center.

In version 3 of Accounts, we will be introducing the Displays feature which gives you the ability to program, schedule, and broadcast your media (real-time dashboards, streaming video, images, etc) to 10s -1000s of displays through the Telemetry manager.

Read all about the Telemetry's most recent feature release update. From widgets actions, to single sign-on to group admins. There's a lot of great improvements.

Recently we launched a new version of our Telemetry Agent. The Agent is software that is designed to sit next to your data, derive metrics from that data and regularly send those metrics up to Telemetry for display. It's a convenient little binary application for Linux and Windows that simplifies the process of integrating your custom data with Telemetry.

In a recent TED Talk, David McCandless stated “data visualization gives us a second language - the language of the eye- for communicating information. When the language of the eye works in tandem with the language of the mind (numbers, concepts, words) we start speaking both languages simultaneously, each enhancing the other.”

Recently, Google introduced Single App Kiosk mode as a part of the Chrome Management functionality. These products have the potential to create a similar single purpose transformation that the iPad brought to computing. Using Chrome Management’s kiosk mode, the Chromebox can be set to boot right in to a specific application, making that device a single purpose application.

The Apple Watch is finally here, and we are proud to announce the release of a brand new version of our iOS app that takes full advantage of all its capabilities.

We've recently just launched Telemetry 2.0! Telemetry has 3 key components. The Editor, where you can design and build up your boards. Agents, where we’ll help you integrate your data. And finally, the Viewer, so you can securely share your new boards. Happy Data Visualizing!

If you are broadcasting real-time dashboards across your organization, this post will contemplate some of the questions you’ll face as well as tools you have at your disposal.

With the advent of mobile digital sensors, the internet of things, and real time visualizations, the seafaring world is innovating and capturing efficiencies never seen before in marine instrumentation history.

The Telemetry team has released a suite of new powerful features to the application.

The Telemetry crew recently watched the live feed of Apple’s highly anticipated 2014 World Wide Developers Conference. As always, Apple pulled off some big surprises, and one of the most interesting unveilings for the Telemetry team was Apple’s release of the new app extension features, allowing third-party apps to communicate with other apps.

Every spring, hundreds of thousands of people descend on the city of Austin, TX, to partake in a cornucopia of music, technology, and film. Tech entrepreneurs mingle with filmmakers, while musicians belt out powerful vocals to the crowds buzzing through the chaotic streets of downtown Austin. It’s cross-pollination at its best and it’s called SXSW. This year the SXSW team used Telemetry's real time data visualization software to understand and manage the crowds that flowed through the hundreds of events.

Time series data storage and analysis articulated through rich, meaningful, real-time data visualizations. We’re excited to announce a new partnership with our friends at TempoDB. TempoDB is a simple, scalable, and fast time series database service.

Our staff at Telemetry implemented a patch to eliminate the security vulnerability the same night we learned of the vulnerability (April 7, 2014).

Today, we're excited to announce that Telemetry is now fully compatible with Google Cast, including the companys's Chromecast device which allows you to visualize boards on any HDMI-compatible screen using an all-in-one dongle that is approximately the size of a USB stick.