content management system
Intersystems rapidengage is a revolutionary way to boost airport revenues. Leveraging the existing FIDS display network, rapidengage brings a fresh approach to targeted revenue generation for airports, airport vendors and airport service providers.
Diverse Apps Delivering Exceptional Perfromance
rapidengage Content Management System (CMS) distributes tailored content to both highly-viewed Flight Information Display (FIDS) display devices (which provide critical flight related information) or dedicated devices, giving you the flexibility to show different content types - advertisements, infotainment and entertainment - to captive audiences in intelligently zoned areas of the airport.
Engage is used by Operators to add or modify content, playlists and schedules that are either active or scheduled for future display. In addition, Engage maintains a history of past, active and future playlists scheduled for display making ongoing reference and reporting easy.
rapidfids has been designed as part of the larger rapidsuite. rapidsuite’s foundation modules provide a well-defined set of interfaces and services for controlling user authentication, data access, storage, security, integrity and synchronisation between all applications in the rapidsuite.
The foundation modules which reside in rapidsuite enable a tight integration of all rapidsuite applications, meaning that configurations that are common between all applications are managed centrally.
This not only enables the proposed system to be setup and managed efficiently, it streamlines the future expansion to additional rapidsuite applications giving the airport the option to easily and cost effectively expand its operational software resources.
All rapidfids apps are security protected requiring authorisation prior to accessing the application or data. Authorisation is granted by entering a valid username and password at login.
The system is designed around a user authentication model which supports the use of strong passwords, enforced regular password changes, maximum login attempts and automatic log out after ‘x’ minutes of inactivity.
Users are assigned to groups and groups are assigned permissions on a ‘need to know/need to access’ basis providing each user group with the minimal amount of access required to perform their role effectively.