In partnership with the US Department of Energy, the UC Berkeley Regents recently upgraded their Emergency Operations Center (EOC) located in a high-profile experimental facility in Berkeley, CA.
Integrating disparate computer systems is a constant challenge for those seeking to effectively manage control room resources. Traditional approaches often fall short because they are too complex, time-consuming and costly. RGB Spectrum offers a better solution: integrating with video.
This article presents an overview of video signal interfaces such as DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, HDBaseT and optical fiber systems.
The Department of Homeland Security announced today that Kapersky Lab researchers have identified a new type of malware dubbed “BlackEnergy.”
RGB Spectrum and its partners in the security market would like to invite you to attend our next IP Video Surveillance Academy seminar to learn about the network-centric video surveillance revolution, and how it relates to integrated security systems, "BYOD", cloud computing, artificial intelligence, and the "Internet of Things".
“India has successfully reached Mars!” declared Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, as the Indian Space Research Organization (ISRO) successfully placed a satellite into Martian orbit. “History has been created today.
One of the most disturbing presentations at Black Hat’s 2014 Security Conference in Las Vegas was a seminar entitled “BadUSB – On accessories that turn evil.” USB (Universal Serial Bus) is a ubiquitous and very flexible protocol that simplifies the connectivity of peripheral devices to computers.
RGB Spectrum recently released two new feature packs for its versatile Galileo Display Processor: the Security Pack Option and the Digital Signage Option.
This article presents an overview of video signal types along with a discussion of digital signals and compression. Other articles in this series delve into interface types, content protection, signal integrity, EDID, color processing and conversion, and streaming.
RGB Spectrum, an industry leader in control room solutions, will be demonstrating the capabilities of Enterprise MCMS, a control room management system that extends monitoring and control around the globe, at ASIS International 2014 (Booth #3365).
RGB Spectrum will be demonstrating a range of control room solutions, including its award-winning Galileo Display Processor, a powerful and economical video wall system designed around a PC-based architecture, at ASIS International, Booth #3365.
Texas Tech University's petroleum engineering department recently celebrated the grand opening of the Terry Fuller Petroleum Engineering Research Building.
RGB Spectrum’s Galileo Display Processor has won Security Products Magazine's New Product of the Year Award. The award for best new video management system was presented to RGB Spectrum at ASIS International 2014.
Say goodbye to conventional VNC (Virtual Network Connection) technology. RGB Spectrum’s new Video Desktop Adapters (VDAs) offer a superior remote desktop solution for security, oil & gas, audio-visual and educational applications.
For over 60 years, the NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, CA, has been the site of cutting-edge avionic and aeronautical research and development.
Quality Magazine, a monthly publication that focuses on quality assurance and process improvement, compiles an annual list of companies that embrace best practices in manufacturing.
Alameda, Calif., U.S. – RGB Spectrum is pleased to announce the promotion of Scott Norder to Chief Operating Officer and Iana Zemniakova to Chief Financial Officer.
InfoComm 2014 proved to be a great year for RGB Spectrum, with compelling new product launches that impressed both attendees and experts alike. RGB Spectrum is proud that its products were recognized with five industry-leading awards at the show.
By now, you’ve probably heard the hype about 4K, also known as Ultra HD, which made its mainstream debut at the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show (CES). 4K is a new video format that offers four times the resolution of HD (3840 x 2160 instead of 1920 x 1080).
RGB Spectrum is pleased to announce the launch of its innovative new GalileoTM Display Processor, a powerful and economical video wall system designed around a PC-based architecture. It will be shown for the first time at InfoComm 2014, Booth #C8320.