Which software to use on an interactive display?

Besides presenting interactive displays are meant to facilitate and digitize collaboration and whiteboarding.

With the rise of hybrid working, interactive displays are more relevant than ever. They allow onsite teams to connect and collaborate easily with remote attendees.

The key to making this collaboration successful is software. But what software is supported on the interactive displays? You will have access to different applications depending on whether you use the onboard Android PC or an OPS module.

Some interactive display manufacturers developed their own applications, which are often industry-specific. For example, there is a variety of software for education from K-12 up to the university level.

When you are using an OPS module you can access any software have on your PC via the interactive display. It is important to notice that most of the applications are designed to work with a mouse and keyboard and do not provide a very good user experience on a large touch monitor. Buttons are too small or too far away.

In many cases, there is no need to install software on the device itself, as the software is browser-based. This simplifies maintenance as the browser-based apps are always up-to-date, and users can work with the applications they are used to.

When discussing browser-based applications on an interactive display it is worth mentioning that not all pre-installed browsers provide the best experience. The main reason is that onboard browsers do not provide the performance needed to run web applications in the best way. As so many different browsers are available, you should test this beforehand to ensure your main applications work well.

If you are using an OPS module you won’t have this problem, as you can install any browser you like.

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