Onelan introduces room-reserving technology

Reserva Edge is built upon Onelan’s net-top-box digital signage operating system. Photo credit: Onelan

Onelan, a digital visual communications company, has launched a dedicated digital room-booking product called Reserva Edge. Reserva Edge features a portrait-orientated, tilted touchscreen interface with edge-to-edge glass, anti-finger print coating, fully concealed cables and connectors, clear LED status illumination inside and outside the room and an optional fully integrated ID card reader.
 
Uniquely for room signage, Reserva Edge is built upon Onelan’s net-top-box digital signage operating system, meaning the room signs can be managed remotely and centrally from Onelan’s content management system. Reserva Edge is a comprehensive communications platform with multizone layout design and extensive playlist and scheduling controls.

Using Onelan’s proprietary Linux-based operating system brings additional security benefits for organizations and means the full software stack can be updated remotely over the network. In addition, the adoption of Intel technology delivers optimum performance and responsiveness for the device.
 
Reserva Edge is available in a 10-inch screen size. Fifteen- and 22-inch standard screen models are available, which also benefit from the same enhanced NTB platform as Reserva Edge.
 
“Reserva Edge takes digital room booking to a new level, both from a hardware design, but critically the enhanced platform capabilities, too,” Simon Carp, Onelan senior product manager, said in a statement.

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