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Getslash CruiseCompanion

Besides our well-established internet access / captive portal solution GSCaptive we are glad to introduce at Seatrade Cruise Global 2017 in Fort Lauderdale our latest product: CruiseCompanion is an innovative and fully-integrated guest technology platform that delivers unparalleled benefits to your cruise line, while far exceeding your guests’ expectations. The digital platform excels in terms of guest engagement, seamless experience, personalization, open platform and brand customization options. We are confident that our unique solutions can bring you the flexibility and results you are looking for and enable you to stay on the cutting edge of technology while addressing your guests’ needs not to mention generate and increase revenues on-board your vessels.

Please take a moment and come visit us at booth L3-319 for a “look, touch, feel” experience of our unique solutions.

Please download the CruiseCompanion product flyer

Getslash Captive Portal (GSCaptive)

The Getslash Captive Portal (GSCaptive) is a scalable high performance captive portal system optimized for the use on cruise ships and in hotels. As benefit of our many years of experience we developed a taylor-made solution for the special requirements in this business. Using the REST-API combined with the cross-platform HTML5 front end it is very comfortable to manage all functions of the captive portal.

Please download the GSCaptive Datasheet

Getslash Streaming Daemon (GSSD)

The Getslash Streaming Daemon (GSSD) is a high performance, multi-channel multicast streaming solution for movies and other multimedia sources. A full-featured HTML5 front end ensures cross platform and comfortable management of content, streams and multicast channels. The existing REST API enables easy integration into existing projects. Overall, it is a complete, multi-purpose, easy-to-use multicast streaming solution.

Please download the GSSD Datasheet

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