ASIS 2016 Wrap-Up
We hope you had the opportunity to see our latest products in action in our Security Operations Center (SOC) at ASIS 2016, the security profession’s premier education and networking event. Some 20,000 security professionals from around the world gathered in Orlando, Florida to discover the latest in security technologies.
We showcased our new Zio® Enterprise AV-over-IP encoders and decoders, an innovative family of products for AV-over-IP. Visitors admired the range of the Zio system’s advanced capabilities, particularly its intuitive interface. Zio is compatible with signal sources and displays up to 4K UHD resolution. It uses industry-standard 1G or 10G Ethernet switches, with encoders that support standard HDMI video and audio signals from media players, computers, and other sources, and decoders that drive displays. Video, audio, and control data are converted to IP packets that can be switched and routed to any location on the network. As system requirements grow, additional endpoints can easily be added.
Our award-winning MediaWall V® processor was on display at ASIS, too. The MediaWall V display processor delivers stunning visuals in real time. Visitors were treated to a spectacular 4K video wall mixing both HD and UHD resolutions in windows spread across the wall. MediaWall V display processor can handle an astounding 96 million pixels at 60 frames per second plus switching, routing, and real-time scaling of images. Its multiple wall option allows up to three walls to be independently controlled from a single processor, resulting in substantial cost savings.
We exhibited another cost-effective solution at ASIS as well—the VIEW Controller. Those who stopped by our booth got a firsthand glimpse at our technology that streamlines operation of our MediaWall display processors. VIEW Controller is fast to implement and economical, replacing complicated third-party controllers that require custom programming. VIEW Controller features an easy-to-use GUI where you can drag-and-drop sources to quickly route them for display, live thumbnails of signal sources as convenient visual aids for managing workflow, real-time processing for immediate routing and window-resizing, preset recall of window layouts and routings, and the ability to scale sources across any part or all of the video wall.
Zio Networked AV, MediaWall V Display Processor, and VIEW Controller are a testament to RGB Spectrum’s position as an innovator in video and display processing technology for your SOC.