RGB Spectrum, the world leader in videographic processing technology for control rooms, conference rooms, operating rooms and defense, today announced MultiPoint External Desktop Agent (EDA), which is being demonstrated at Infocomm 2010.
RGB Spectrum, the world leader in videographic processing technology for control rooms, conference rooms, operating rooms and defense, today announced that all of its modular Linx Switchers are now HDCP compliant.
District 2 is one of six Bucharest Districts and is an important center of industrial, commercial and cultural activities.
RGB Spectrum today announced it has expanded the capabilities of its industry leading video walls and multiviewers, including the MediaWall® 4500, 4200 and SuperView® 5000 products, through the release of an HD-SDI Input Module.
RGB Spectrum's new MediaWall ® 4200, MediaWall ® 4500 and SuperView ® 5000 display wall processors and multi-viewers are immediately available with High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) support.
The George Washington University Medical Faculty Associates (MFA) is the largest multi-specialty physician practice in Washington, D.C., with 550 physicians practicing in 47 clinical specialties.
Pisa Hospital in Pisa, Italy established the innovative ENDOCAS Center for Computer Assisted Surgery (CAS) to conduct research in the field of surgical navigation and simulation. One project within the ENDOCAS program is the Emergency Training Center (ETC).
The Paladin Operations Center Vehicle (OCV) is a variant of the U.S. Army's Bradley fighting vehicle. BAE Systems, a global military supplier, was contracted to upgrade the Paladin Operations Center Vehicle under the M109A6 Paladin Integrated Management (PIM) program.
Continual modernization of the aircraft carrier fleet helps the U.S. Navy maintain its edge as the most advanced and effective naval force in the world. One important element of this methodology is the enhancement of existing technology.
Providing captivating viewing of sporting events is the winning entertainment formula for Oklahoma City's popular BRiX restaurant and Sports Lounge. The contemporary BRiX is the ultimate place for patrons to eat and drink while catching exciting action from their favorite teams.
Located near Paris, France, is the City of "Les Mureaux". It is home to over 32,000 citizens and is a vibrant center of cultural activities, sports associations, theatre, feasts and festivals. And yes, even here, Homeland Security is a key facet of civil services.
The Sagamore Baptist Church of Fort Worth, Texas, visually lifts its worship services to a higher level. An RGB Spectrum MediaWall® 1500 display processor orchestrates the presentation of an inspiring set of graphics, text and video for every event.
Rockwell Collins, the prime contractor for the U.K. Army's Aviation Command and Tactics Trainer (ACTT), was contracted to execute the sixth phase upgrade of this simulator.
The GRAMMY Museum at L.A. LIVE occupies a vibrant new 30,000 square foot facility in downtown Los Angeles.
Alameda, CA - The Swedish Armed Forces deploys a sophisticated, medium-range ground-to-air defense missile system, called RBS 23 BAMSE, manufactured by Swedish company Saab Bofors Dynamics (SBD).
St. Joseph Hospital, in Orange County, California is a leading edge medical facility highly regarded for its innovative use of technology in patient care. They chose system integrator Spinitar to implement a unique digital signage solution that included RGB Spectrum's Linx™ DVI switchers.
Digital Signage Magazine has presented RGB Spectrum technology partner, Digital Display Group, a DIGI Award for a video wall installation at the University of New Mexico Anderson School of Business.
Recently the UCLA Medical Center commissioned their new high-tech Neurosurgical Operating Room Suite. Design criteria for the suite emphasized the need for new visualization capabilities.
The STATS Sports restaurant in Atlanta, Georgia is a hit, winning PRO AV Magazine's "Best Hospitality/Restaurant AV Project" Award.
If you're old enough, you remember the 1960's television sitcom "Car 54 Where are You?" or any other cops & robbers show through the 1990's, where police cars had to radio their locations to a dispatch center.