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DRM protection

DRM – Digital Rights Management – is the practice of imposing technological restrictions that control what users can do with digital media.

DRM is a requirement of all major publishers, because it ensures that the media is useless without the right authentification. All of our content is protected with DRM. This means you do not have to worry, because we already have it covered.

We use a unique DRM media player, that validates via the Movis server.

GPS logging

GPS is a fantastic technology. With GPS you can keep track of an entire bus fleet. And with the online Movis portal you get fleet management within easy reach.

At the same time, your passengers are able to follow along in their travels on their devices, and keep track of the progress.

Interface with existing AV installations

A Movis server is a stand-alone media center, that also comes equipped with an HDMI connector and mini jack line-out and line-in.

This way you can choose whether to display movies or play music on existing AV installations or whether to use the Movis server as an access point for users to access entertainment on their own electronic devices. Or both. It all depends on the context and the needs of your customers. Hotels might want individual entertainment, a shopping mall might want movie screening in a childrens area and a bus company might want both types.


CAN-Bus – Controller-Area-Network Bus – is the central computer system in modern vehicles. It is a means to intelligently monitor and control the functions of the car. Accessing the CAN-bus, provides information about the state of the vehicle – fuel levels and temperatures among others.

The Movis server has a CAN-bus interface, that allows you to integrate with CAN-bus to read system data.


Surveys and polls

Getting to know what your users think – of your brand, services, plans etc. – is a valuable feature. And it serves two purposes.

The first – and perhaps most obvious – is getting qualitative and quantitative feedback from your users. Customers can provide priceless ideas, come up with proposals for improvement, and give insightful critique, that you never even thought of.

The second is providing an opportunity for customers to speak their mind, make complaints or report instability, bugs etc. – live, while it is occuring. This also means they might be less likely to take their frustrations to social media, because their voice have been heard, and you as a business have given them the opportunity and shown that you can be reasoned with and learn from your mistakes.

This might seem far fetched, but imagine a scenario with and without the opportunity to address a problem directly within the interface itself.


Documentation is key. Our solutions – no matter the size – send system information to the online Movis portal. Here, the data is gathered to provide an overview of system health – temperatures, uptime, CPU load etc. – and user statitistics – number of clients, signal strength, traffic etc.

We use this information to monitor and asses the solution, and look for room for improvement. This way we can uncover trends and tendensies early and avoid downtime, malfunctions and the like.

The data is then delivered to you using easy-to-read graphs and charts. Just like it should be.

Traffic shaping

The terms Traffic shaping or Fair use cover the way you distribute bandwidth and data amount among your users, in order to make sure they all get equal benefit from your internet connection. This also helps ensuring your Movis servers do not run out of data halfway through a month (or subscription period).

Typically users start with a sufficient base bandwidth, and if their usage exeeds a predefined amount of data their connection speed is decreased to a lower bandwidth – mostly suited for basic browsing. The users can still access entertainment content stored locally on the Movis server at full speed.


The internet is a diverse selection of information and entertainment, but all home pages certainly are not fit for an open environment. And as an internet provider you might want to limit accesibility for several reasons.

Some services – youtube, spotify, software updates etc. – require a lot of download, and will slow the connection for other users. You might also want to limit your servers, so your users cannot reach illegal file sharing services, while using your connection. Or maybe you simple are not interested in users visiting pages with adult content.

This is where a so-called blacklist comes in handy. The blacklist is a collection of URLs that will be denied access by the server. Instead users are met with a predesigned page, informing them that the site their are trying to reach, has been banned because of unwanted content.

Movis has made a numbers of lists to choose from – for the different types of unwanted content – and you can add URLs to your own list, in whatever way makes sense to your business and your users.