Join RGB Spectrum at the Air Force Association’s Air, Space & Cyber Conference in Washington, D.C.
RGB Spectrum will showcase its latest advances in video processing and networked AV for defense and aerospace at the Air Force Association's Air, Space & Cyber Conference in National Harbor, Maryland, September 16 -18, 2019.
RGB Spectrum's products are the de facto standard for mission-critical applications, simulation, training, missile testing, and C4ISR. High-profile installations include P-8 Poseidon trainers, simulators for the Global Hawk/Triton UAV, F-16 and F-22 aircraft, Apache, Kiowa, Chinook, and Blackhawk helicopters, and operational deployments on the U.S. Navy AEGIS destroyer fleet, the Canada Navy frigate fleet, and the THAAD and MEADS missile defense programs.
On display will be video wall processors and networked video solutions. The MediaWall® V and Galileo video wall processors offer 4K inputs and outputs on video wall arrays. Both processors display visuals in real-time. Images can be any size, anywhere on the video wall. MediaWall V's embedded architecture resists hacking, tampering and intrusion by malware. Its advanced display capabilities include window borders and titles, freeze frame, and on-screen clocks. Galileo's new "wall mimic" feature lets users encode the entire video wall or any portion of it and transmit it as an IP stream to be viewed by recipients on the network. This unique capability permits operators to push any content anywhere in the world right from the display wall processor.
The company will also demonstrate the Zio® AV/IP solution for the transmission and display of networked video enterprise-wide, bridging LANs and WANs. The Zio product line offers a complete solution with encoders, decoders, multiviewers, wall processors, operator stations and apps for smart displays.
A new Zio app for mobile devices connects remote forces. The system automatically discovers remote users, allowing them to select and view available Zio streams. In addition, system operators can "push" content out to remote users, who then receive a standard mobile OS notification alerting them to new content availability. The breadth of Zio offerings plus integration with third-party hardware adds up to a complete networked video solution from a single vendor.