Titan Digital Signage Terminology & Structure
This article covers Titan Digital Signage terminology and a diagram of the channel setup.
This diagram shows how the content of the information on digital signs is structured.
||Individual areas within a bulletin template. Types of blocks include text, images, shapes, or videos.
||Content that you add to the zones. Types of bulletins include text, images, videos, Twitter feeds, weather information, clocks, and more.
||Everything that is shown on a digital sign when it is turned on. It is comprised of one or more zones placed together in an arrangement that makes up the boundaries of the channel.
||Scrolling single line text-only zone appearing at the top or bottom of the screen, similar to a news ticker.
||Indoor and outdoor digital display that shows text, images, videos, and dynamic content.
|Full Screen Alert
||Content designed to override a channel layout. They are typically used for urgent information such as emergencies/disasters or emergent information such as breaking news alerts.
|Layout||A design for the arrangement of content on a channel or zone.|
|Tag||Zones can be grouped by tags to allow users to access all zones with a particular tag.|
|Template||A design for the arrangement of content on a bulletin which has been saved as a bulletin template.|
||Indoor and outdoor interactive digital display that is used solely to assist with campus navigation. *Note that the Titan Digital Signage system is NOT used to manage Wayfinding Kiosks. These kiosks are managed by Information Technology using another system.
||Individual areas within a channel. All of your content is placed into zones.