AFA 2021 Air, Space, & Cyber Conference Recap
The Air Force Association's 75th Air, Space, & Cyber Conference took place September 20 - 22 at the Gaylord Convention Center in Potomac Harbor. After a year-long hiatus due to the pandemic, the show was back in full swing with approximately 12,500 attendees who came for the exhibitions as well as speeches made by the Vice President Kamala Harris, SpaceX CEO Elon Musk, Sir Richard Branson, and Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, just to name a few.
The Air, Space, & Cyber Conference is the leading professional development event for Air Force and Space Force officers, enlisted members, civilians, veterans, and defense industry leaders and representatives.
With content supplied by our partners at AGI, RGB Spectrum demonstrated a central command and control solution as well as an operator's station with KVM. Additionally, the multiviewer showed a solution for a tactical operations center or forward command center.
Air, Space, & Cyber 2021 attendees got first-hand experience with:
Galileo video wall processors: Supporting multiple walls and individual displays, Galileo processors offer remote desktop capabilities on a PC-based architecture.
XtendPoint KVM-over-IP extenders: XtendPoint enables operators to securely control remote systems via both point-to-point extension or networked over a standard Gigabit Ethernet.
QuadView UHDx multiviewer: The feature-rich QuadView UHDx delivers superior image quality at up to 4K 60Hz resolution with customizable display windows.
This was the fourth year that RGB Spectrum participated in Air, Space, & Cyber, and the company is looking forward and planning ahead for an expanded exhibition at the conference in 2022.
For more information about the products demonstrated at the show or to discuss your project requirements, contact your sales manager.