TourMedia Touch+ Player

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TourMedia Touch+

An Innovative Multimedia Engagement Platform

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Overview

Key Features

 The TourMedia Touch+ player is centered on an Android platform which is ruggedized for repeated usage in a high volume and demanding environment.

The touch screen display has an active 5” viewing area and a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels. An integrated headphone socket allows for an earpiece or headphone to be plugged into the unit. Alternatively, the audio can be played through the front speaker.

Smart power management ensures that the TourMedia Touch+ player lasts for the entire working day and charges overnight in ‘purpose built’ modular charging racks.

The TourMedia Touch Plus player is Wi-Fi enabled. It also has Bluetooth and GPS capabilities to allow the creation of engaging experiences through an interactive App.

For full product information, please refer to the downloadable TourMedia Touch+ brochure.

TourMedia Touch+ Brochure

OSS+ Content Management System

Tour-Mate’s Application publishing tool, OSS+, interfaces seamlessly with the TourMedia Touch+ player offering a simple and intuitive way to manage content.

Simply drag and drop new content into the templated tour structure that allows non-technical personnel to build complex tours.

The TourMedia Touch+ is a smart device, capable of triggering content on the Application via QR Codes/NFC/ibeacons and/or GPS. The OSS+ Content Management System allows linking the content to any of these triggering mechanisms for intuitive engagement experiences.

Learn More About OSS+

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Large 5” Touch Display

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Android OS

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Wi-Fi Connectivity

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GPS capable

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Bluetooth capable

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Modular Chargers

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Long Battery Life

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Accessible Design

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Online Content Management

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Template Tour Design

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Usage Analytics

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