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SignageStudio Pro

SignageStudio Pro is a Digital Signage presentation builder that`s 100% FREE and cross OS

Powerful presentation builder

The SignageStudio Pro is 100% FREE, cross OS presentation builder like no other, it is at the core the Digital Signage platform. It is where you will spend most of your time building, configuring, controlling and maintaining your complete digital signage platform. And because the SignageStudio plays such a vital role in the success of your final product, we felt we had to deliver an amazing platform which can deliver ease of use without compromising functionality; and that s exactly what we did. Using the Studio application you can create any number of campaigns. The campaign unify a set of timelines which together construct your final display output. Below are some of the key features that are part of the Studio.


The campaign is a global configuration which holds your complete digital signage setup. Having the ability to configure multiple campaigns allows you to easily switch your signage players from one configuration to another.


A timeline is a visual representation of the sequential play list order of your media resources. A collection of all your timelines make up the final output of your digital signage presentation.


The Station manager empowers you to remotely control all of the Signage Players. You can reboot, play, stop, update software, get statistics and more. All this from within the comfort of the SignageStudio station manager.

Screen division (zones)

Screen division divide the screen into separate areas (AKA Zones). Areas are assigned a channel number in which you can run independent content. Included in our software is a powerful screen division WYSIWYG editor.


The sequencer is essentially a simple and effective way to serially set the play list order of all the timelines. This is done using simple drag and drop operation.


Set your timelines to play at any day and anytime. Use the schedular to set the exact start and stop times. A graphical interface is used to get a summery of all future playlists and easily resolve conflicts.

Advertising engine

Build your own Advertising network, provide to your customer proof of play, visual analytics and more. Each customer can be managed through the sub-account manager.


Resources include any media content which loads onto your digital SignagePlayer. These include video, sound, signage components and scenes. Also provided are social network portals that retrieve shared files. These portals include social networks as well as our own built in digital signage social network.


The components include many valuable tools that you can use to enrich your signage presentation. These include RSS News, Stock tickers, RSS Weather, RSS Video Podcasts, HTML component, TV Tuner / Capture card, clocks and more. Components can be used directly on the timeline or within a designer scene.

Scene Editor

The Scene Editor is a canvas where you can mix multiple components and resources. You assign a Scene to one or more screen divisions (also known as zones). The Scene editor is a fully customizable widget editor with built in animation, effects and control of the X / Y coordinates of all the items it holds.


Set the color and font scheme that s right for you. With our flexible CSS controls you can set the SignageStudio to match your style and preference.


A powerful tool that allows you to easily display unlimited number with a common format. The items can be viewed inside any number of catalog
sub-players which include carousals, book flipping, 3D floaters and more.

Multi Language

Select the language of your choice. Both Studio and SignagePlayer applications are multi lingual. Enterprise members can present the application in multiple languages to attract a greater customer base.

Active Digital Signage components

With active digital signage components your SignagePlayer is energized with dynamic live content. Instead of just running static videos and images, you can integrate Live TV, RSS, Weather, Facebook, QR, Twitter, Kiosk builder, Stocks, YouTube and dozens of other cool, live, relevant content that is sure to bring your screens to life.

You can even develop your own custom Digital Signage component using our software development kit (SDK).

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Карточки Ch 42 Circulatory system #closed #circulatory #system


Ch 42 Circulatory system

1. Contraction of one or more heart pumps the hemolymph through the circulatory vessel into interconnected sinuses (spaces surrounding the organs)
2. Within the sinuses, chemical exchange occurs between the hemolymph and body cells
3. relaxation of the heart draws hemolymph back to pores, which are equipped with valves that close when the heart contracts

What helps to circulate the hemolymph? how?

-body movements
-By squeezing the sinuses

In crustaceans, with larger bodies, what do they have to have better circulation of hemolymph?

-Such as lobsters and crabs
-includes more extensive system of vessels as well an accessory pump

How is the circulation of the hemolymph in the body?

in circular motion around the body

Why the open circulatory system is not efficient?

because it misses oxygenated and non-oxygenated blood

What type of circulatory system has tunicates (uorchordata)?

gastrovascular because is no active

Closed circulatory system

-Circulatory system in which the blood is confined to vessels and is kept separate from the intestinal fluid

What is the fluid that circulates in the closed circulatory system?

-Connective tissue with a fluid matrix called plasma in which red blood cells white blood cells, and cell fragments called platelets are suspended

What closed circulatory system has that the open does not have?

-blood is confined to vessels and is distinct from the interstitial fluid

Does close circulatory systems are more efficient or less efficient than open circulatory system?

Closed systems are more efficient at transporting circulatory fluids to tissues and cells

What examples of organisms have closed circulatory systems?

Annelids, cephalopods, and vertebrates have closed circulatory systems

Describe the circulation of blood in closed circulatory system

1. One or more hearts pump blood into large vessels that branch into smaller ones that infiltrate the organs
2. chemical exchanges occurs between blood and intestinal fluid, as well as between intestinal fluid and body cells

What are the advantages of having open circulatory system in contrasts with the close one?

-The low hydrostatic pressure associated with the open circulatory systems make them less costly than closed circulatory systems in terms of energy expenditure
-Open SC have additional functions in some organisms like spiders use this hydrostatic pressure to extend their legs

What are the benefits of closed circulatory system in contrasts with open circulatory system?

-relative high blood pressures, which enable the effective delivery of O2 and nutrients to the cells of larger and more active animals
-well suited to regulating distribution of blood to different organs

1. blood entering the heart collects in the atrium before transfer to ventricle
2. contraction of the ventricle pumps blood to the gills, where there is a net diffusion of O2 into the blood and CO2 out of blood
3. As blood leaves the gills, the capillaries converge into a vessel that carries oxygen-rich blood to capillary beds throughout the body
4. Blood returns to heart

Describe the mammalian circulation beginning with the pulmonary circuit

1. contraction of the right ventricle pumps blood to the lungs via through the pulmonary arteries
2. As the blood flows through capillary beds in the right and left lungs, it loads O2 and unloads CO2
3. Oxygen-rich blood returns from the lungs via the pulmonary vein to the left atrium of the heart
4. Oxygen-rich blood flows into the heart’s left ventricle, which pumps the oxygen-rich blood out to body tissues throughout the systematic circuit
5. Blood leaves the left ventricle through the aorta, which conveys blood to arteries leading throughout the body
6. Aorta supplies oxygen to the capillary beds in the order of heart muscle (itself), head and arms, abdominal organs and legs
7. Within the capillaries, there is a net diffusion of O2 from the blood to the tissues and of CO2 (cellular respiration) into the blood
8. Capillaries rejoin into venules, which convey blood to veins
9. Oxygen-poor blood of the head, neck and forelimbs is channeled into the superior vena cava
10. The inferior vena cava drains non-oxygenated blood from the trunk and hind limbs
11. two vena cava empty their oxygen-poor blood into the right atrium, which pumps it into the right ventricle