TelemetryTV has a Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform (UWP) app available on the Windows app store.  This application allows you to turn any compatible Windows computer in to a digital signage player.

Ensure the Latest Windows 10

Before getting started ensure that you have Windows 10 installed (earlier versions of Windows are not supported) and ensure that your version of Windows is fully up to date and patched.   TelemetryTV requires the Fall 2018 release of Windows 10 or greater to work (build version 1809).

Installing the TelemetryTV App

Install the TelemetryTV app by downloading it from the Windows 10 app store.  You can find the application on the store page or alternatively search for TelemetryTV.

Setting up Assigned Access and Autostart

Windows 10 has a feature called Assigned Access that lets the Windows computer log in to a special account that can only run the TelemetryTV application. Additionally you can set this up such that the computer will automatically login and start the application.

For more information please see Microsoft's documentation on assigned access. TelemetryTV is a UWP app.  

Selecting Hardware

There's an unlimited combination of hardware available for Windows 10.  We're unable to provide an exhaustive list of hardware that we can recommend.  You'll need to test the hardware in advance before deploying at scale.   In general you'll need to make sure the video hardware is matched to the display size, animations are smooth and any videos you have play smoothly (especially 4k).
We do like the Intel NUC series of computers, they are widely available, relatively inexpensive, small in size and easy to deploy and manage.

Video Walls

In order to deploy a video wall on Windows 10 with TelemetryTV you'll need to ensure that you have hardware and drivers that support combining all the displays in to a single display.   We have tested TelemetryTV with AMD's Eyefinity and Intel's Collage drivers and suggest them as the best solutions for deploying a video wall. 


You can provision a Windows 10 app by launching it with the -provision command line flag followed by the token from the provisioning tokens settings page where you created the token. 

You can access the Provisioning page by clicking Devices > Provision. Once you add a provisioning, the token will appear beside it:

Advanced Deployment Options

Microsoft provides documentation for deploying kiosks (and thus digital signage) under windows.  For the full range of options please see the Configuration Guide

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