What is Platinum Control?

Platinum Control helps you to gain more control over the devices that power your ScreenScape network and gives you the data you need to know that your screens are running smoothly and the content you’re delivering is reaching its audience 24/7.

Know the status of your digital signage network in real time.

Visualize your Network

Platinum Control gives you a bird’s eye view of the physical infrastructure that supports your ScreenScape Network. This gives you, the administrator, a snapshot of the current health of your network at-a glance.

Monitor Connections

Check that your media players are connecting based on the schedule you set. Get early warning signs of rogue players that are disconnected due to power outages and so on.

A Green checkmark icon indicates that all is well.

An Orange question mark icon indicates that something unexpected has occurred with the device. The device attached to the account may be operating marginally outside of expected parameters.

The Red exclamation icon indicates that something is wrong with the device. In a Summary row a red exclamation means that at least one of the devices below that row in the tree hierarchy are reporting a significant issue that should be addressed.

Take Remote Action

Using Platinum Control you can start to do something about a situation on premise that is causing you concern. Restart a playlist, reboot a machine, send a screen shot, throttle the bandwidth, or disable Youtube. These are just some of the ways you can control your devices remotely. Don’t send out a technician.


Set Limits

You decide when each media player should be prevented from downloading new images and video. Right down to the hour.

Monitor Content Playback

Take a deep dive to see what’s playing on every media player. This makes it easy to see if the content you distributed is getting in front of your audience on site.

Powered by ScreenScape Connect

ScreenScape Connect allows businesses to leverage their investment in existing TVs by simply connecting them to ScreenScape using an Internet-connected plug and play device. Think of it as enterprise digital signage without the pain.