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.
RGB Spectrum's technology partner, VIJU Sweden, recently completed the installation of a MediaWall® 2500 display processor at Swedish Space Corporation's (SSC) launch facility Esrange Space Center.
The University of California, Los Angeles's (UCLA) new California NanoSystems Institute theater/auditorium provides a wide range of AV technology. The theater is used for a diversity of science and technology lectures, presentations, seminars and symposia.
The Faculty of Biomedical Engineering of the Czech Technical University (CTU) in Prague was established in 2005 to coordinate research and teaching activities in the field of biomedical engineering.
Virginia Commonwealth University (VCU), the largest university in Virginia, recently completed a quarter-billion-dollar campus addition, the largest construction project in VCU history. A major element of this expansion was the addition of a new building for the VCU School of Business.
RGB Spectrum's DGy™ high resolution digital recording and streaming systems have been chosen by the Canadian Navy for crew training for its Halifax-class frigate fleet. The DGy systems are a key component in the Navy's new High Resolution Digital Audio Video Recording System (HRDAVRS).
The U.S. Navy's highly successful and effective Phalanx Close-In Weapons system has now been adapted by Raytheon for land-based Army mobile deployment. The new version is named the Centurion Land-Based Phalanx system (LPWS).
South Korea's fast-paced economy has required aggressive expansion of its automotive transportation infrastructure. The Korean Expressway Corporation (KEC) is the agency responsible for expressway construction, maintenance, and traffic management.
Traditionally, the solution to resolving traffic congestion has been to construct more freeways and highways. But funds for highway expansion are limited, constraining the ability of states to mitigate increasing traffic and congestion problems.
Most people think of a video wall as an array of projectors displaying imagery in large venues, often public spaces serving multiple viewers. Today, video wall processors are also finding use as multi-monitor display systems serving a single operator.
Governments around the world are continually investing in new technologies and strategies for managing public safety. An example of a modern command and control center has recently been completed in China.
Not so long ago, the Loma Prieta Earthquake quite literally shook the city to its foundations. Countless disasters have befallen San Francisco and the Bay Area, often requiring the immediate response of multiple city services and departments.
To maintain air warfighting superiority, the U.S. Air Force's Active Duty, Air National Guard, and Reserves) fleet of aircraft are constantly upgraded with state-of-the-art weapons, radar, and navigational technology.
Lockheed Martin has selected RGB Spectrum's DGy™ digital recording and streaming technology for use in the F-35 Lightning II Joint Strike Fighter (JSF) mission simulators.
The National University of Mexico (UNAM) has established the Observatory of Visualization, referred to as IXTLI, an Aztec word that means face and eye.
To maintain its naval warfighting superiority, the U.S. Navy is building a multi-vessel fleet of lighter, faster ships. The first of these new vessels to be deployed will be the Littoral Combat Ship (LCS), a new family of high speed, extremely maneuverable, networked surface combat ships.