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RGB Spectrum at the Offshore Technology Conference

RGB Spectrum solutions will be displayed at two partner booths at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) this year. Yokogawa Electric Corporation (booth 5901) will be demonstrating the capabilities of RGB Spectrum’s Enterprise MCMSTM system for oil and gas control room management. Rice Electronics (booth 722) will be showcasing our GalileoTM Display Processor. The OTC conference will take place in Houston at NRG Park, May 4-7, 2015.

The OTC is a preeminent educational and networking forum for offshore energy professionals. Since 1969, OTC has hosted an annual conference in the Houston area. In recent years, they have expanded globally to offer OTC Brazil, OTC Asia as well as an Arctic Technology Conference. The OTC includes an extensive technical program developed by its 13 sponsoring industry organizations. Session topics include technological developments, solutions that enhance safety and protect the environment, as well as the impact of economic and regulatory changes.

RGB Spectrum provides a range of control room management solutions for oil and gas applications that support integrated operations and aid in process control. Our visualization and control room solutions enable converged SCADA and video monitoring, HSE collaboration, and remote system management, to help ensure the security of oil and gas infrastructure.

Our powerful Enterprise MCMS is a non-intrusive, mission critical platform for control room management that uses video to seamlessly integrate control of local and remote sources, existing system infrastructure, and even legacy systems without the need for network connectivity. Enterprise MCMS makes all system resources simultaneously available for visualization on a video wall, multiviewer display, or at an operator’s workstation.  And system resources are easily controlled through Enterprise MCMS’s intuitive, easy-to-use graphical user interface.

In addition, the Enterprise MCMS system offers arbitrated keyboard/mouse (KVM) capabilities that support multi-site collaborative work environments. Responsive KVM control allows control room operators/supervisors to share access to system resources and remotely control off-shore equipment from consolidated operations centers.

RGB Spectrum’s Galileo display processor is ideal for control room environments where very large video walls are required or a PC-based architecture is desired. Galileo is a highly-capable, real-time display wall processor that offers the ability to run PC applications and control remote systems using an innovative multicast remote desktop protocol. The Galileo processor provides a set of sophisticated management tools that support multiple operators and workstations. However, if you require air-gapped security and real-time collaboration performance, then Enterprise MCMS is a better control room option.

Don’t miss RGB Spectrum at the OTC this year. If you stop by booths 5901 (Yokogawa) or 722 (Rice), please ask for Ken Pefkaros, Denis Carle or Guy LaBelle to learn more about RGB Spectrum’s oil and gas solutions. Click here to register for the conference.

For more information about our partners at OTC, Yokogawa Electric Company and Rice Electronics, please visit:

http://www.yokogawa.com/

http://www.riceelectronics.com/