This showcase of the latest generation of KVM-over-IP solutions features products that are making tech managers' lives easier and more productive with top-notch performance and flexibility.
Berlin Brandenburg Airport, Germany's newest air transit hub, is set to open soon and will feature control centers equipped with IHSE KVM solutions.
To improve its operations management, the French National Railway Company recently built a new control tower and outfitted it with video walls with VuWall VuScape controllers.
Mitsubishi Electric US, Inc. Visual and Imaging Systems division has released the DiamondView DV100UM LCD Monitor.
Dubai International Airport recently upgraded its operations control center with a 55-screen video wall powered by RGBSpectrum's MediaWall V 4K display processor.
To accelerate the design process of video wall projects, VuWall is offering AV/IT integrators and consultants free project design services that include conceptual drawings and block diagrams.
As the AV-over-IP trend matures, it’s presenting evolving video wall requirements that AV managers must understand and prepare for to achieve organizational objectives.
Kansas City, MO-based data-driven cybersecurity solutions provider Fishtech recently opened a world-class facility packed with tech, including a massive, 32-foot-diagonal video wall.
PESA, designer and manufacturer of professional video distribution systems, has completed testing of its hybrid media distribution systems with the Joint Interoperability Test Command.
Christie is expanding its line of large-format TAA-compliant, non-RF (radio frequency) LCD panels, designed specifically for secure-facility environments.
Idaho’s Nez Perce County emergency operations center recently upgraded its systems into the 21st century with a powerful, yet budget-friendly AV-over-IP backbone.
Metsä Fibre, the world’s largest producer and seller of softwood pulp, recently implemented a state-of-the-art video wall solution for monitoring its production operations at its new facility.
A new Sydney Trains Rail Operations Center (ROC) now nearing completion includes a central control room featuring what is believed to be the world’s largest command and control LED display.
The redesigned touchpanel features a high-performance quad-core processor, eight times more memory, and a high resolution
With 103 million pixels over 1,796.5 square feet of surface, this 1.27mm pixel-pitch LED video wall features the highest pixel density ever achieved in an installation, according to the company.