Healthcare Solutions and Medical Imaging Systems
RGB Spectrum’s video wall solutions provide high resolution imagery for medical imaging systems, collaboration and telemedicine. Our products are widely used by healthcare and medical professionals for both treatment and training applications in hospitals, trauma centers, surgical suites, research centers, and mobile health units.
Offering highly-advanced remote capabilities, we have enabled doctors around the world to collaborate on diagnosis, treatment, and even operate surgical equipment miles from the patient’s bedside.
Our hardware based solutions keep source computers and system resources separated from both operators and from each other. This “air-gapped” level of security protects sensitive data from external tampering and network threats like malware and viruses.
Designed to operate with 24/7 reliability and the highest level of security, our integrated systems are ideal for use in a range of mission-critical applications such as command centers, surveillance control rooms, police/public safety emergency operations centers (EOCs), fusion centers, as well as in enterprise-level security operations centers (SOCs).
Future Proof - 4K Ultra HD Enabled
Our solutions support 4K and Ultra HD resolutions allowing you to take advantage of the highest resolution possible in video processing. Most systems can be expanded with additional input/output cards as your needs grow.
Video wall processors and multiviewers enable real-time, high-resolution display of multiple sources across video walls, projector screens, or a single monitor. Applications include emergency operations centers, control rooms, simulation & training, video surveillance, and other collaborative work environments...
Control room management solutions enhance collaboration and simplify multi-user control of complex control room display systems in emergency operations centers, control rooms, and other mission-critical applications...
Video matrix switchers are the backbone of control room and audiovisual systems, routing the outputs of computers and other image sources to display devices located within the same room, or across buildings, campuses, and even around the world...