Paul Vander Plaetse
VuWall, globally renowned provider of video wall control systems and solutions, continues its commitment to bridging AV and IT sources, and allowing users to easily and intelligently control and manage any video wall deployment with the addition of new collaboration and KVM features to its VuScape video wall controller. With VuScape's full-featured management software, users can "control what they see" and distribute all content sources to any display on the network with the utmost flexibility. VuScape video wall controller "Today's control room is a complex hub of incoming data from a range of sources — including IP cameras, encoders, applications and documents, as well as HDMI/DVI/DP inputs — that users must command easily at any given moment," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall. VuScape simplifies the control room workflow, giving users everything they need to manage all their content streams" Paul further said, "VuScape simplifies the control room workflow, giving users everything they need to manage all their content streams. Whether at the video wall or from a desktop, VuScape effectively closes the gap between the different source formats in a user-friendly, future-proof controller." Collaboration and KVM support The newly enhanced VuScape video wall controller is ideal for control rooms, collaboration rooms, and corporate signage. The latest version boasts collaboration and KVM support, in addition to its existing video wall control functionality. In Booth 15-K250 at ISE 2020, VuWall will showcase the new functionality of VuScape's control software, VuWall2, a powerful and easy-to-use video wall management tool. VuWall2 now features automation enhancements including a new carousel for IP streams; color detection; TLS security; new VMS plug-ins, and full KVM support of IP sources. VuWall is an international video wall control systems provider that is recognised worldwide for delivering state-of-the-art controllers, encoders and decoders, all managed by a central control platform.
VuWall, global provider of video wall control and AV network management solutions, has announced an update to its flagship video wall control and collaboration platform, VuWall2. New enhancements to the powerful software solution include coloured borders and colour detection, support for the Milestone XProtect unified security platform, further integration with the IHSE Draco tera matrix, and extended KVM support of IP sources. VuWall2 solution "A control room must be a highly flexible environment where end users can monitor multiple streams of information efficiently and effectively in order to make critical decisions quickly and accurately," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO. New features enable unattended operator stations to remain under 24/7 surveillance He adds, "This update to VuWall2 is part of our commitment to ensure our customers work as optimally as possible. Each of these enhancements serves to make the integration and operation process seamless, which is key when there's an ever-increasing number of equipment, data streams, and sources needed to support real-time decision-making." Coloured borders for fire alarm and intrusion detection VuWall2 boosts operational awareness and productivity with new coloured borders around windows that are automatically triggered by events such as intrusion detection or fire alarms. The borders' width and colours are configurable and can even be enhanced with a flashing effect, increasing operator responsiveness. Furthering the platform's automation and awareness capabilities, the software also includes a colour-detection feature that triggers a new layout on the video wall after a colour change has occurred in a specific pixel location on a source computer running process-control applications. This enables unattended operator stations to remain under 24/7 surveillance. Customisable VuStation taskbar VuWall2 also introduces a customisable taskbar that facilitates common operations directly on a video wall, including opening and closing windows, launching layouts, and running preset commands. The new VuWall2 release includes upgraded support for its Milestone XProtect plug-in (Smart Client 2019 R1 and R2) In crisis situations where operators need to be able to visualise content ad hoc, the task bar allows them to display any content directly from the touch video wall or from the central keyboard and mouse of the video wall processor. By putting critical information at users' fingertips, it improves the productivity of control room operators. Milestone XProtect software support As part of the company's commitment to supporting third-party video management software solutions, the new VuWall2 release includes upgraded support for its Milestone XProtect plug-in (Smart Client 2019 R1 and R2). Originally released a year ago, VuWall's innovative Milestone plug-in enables security system builders to integrate VuScape processors into their ecosystem to simultaneously visualise all Milestone streams along with other sources on the video wall. The plug-in also allows security operators to manage the video wall directly from the Milestone interface. This builds upon VuWall's effort to offer customers a comprehensive and elegant approach to security and surveillance, which also includes a complete integrated solution with Genetec Security Center. Full KVM control VuStream content can be controlled from anywhere on the network The new VuWall2 software release features additional support for IHSE's Draco tera matrix switch. VuWall released its first integration with IHSE in April 2019, which made it possible for users to control and visualise all matrix sources on a video wall. In addition to intuitively routing the IHSE inputs directly to the video wall, operators now have the capability of routing the related USB feeds, bringing full KVM control to the video wall. Further expanding the platform's KVM capabilities, VuWall2 now facilitates the control of IP sources, namely VuStream low-latency 4K HDMI encoders. VuWall2 previously allowed HDMI sources to be controlled on a video wall using the VuWall KM Module. Future-proofing video wall processing Now with full KVM functionality, VuStream content can be controlled from anywhere on the network via a video wall or personal video wall controller. This additional KVM capability increases the platform's flexibility, accommodating the evolution from AV to IP and future-proofing video wall processing.
VuWall, the pioneer in video wall control and AV network management, announces that the Canadian Space Agency (CSA) successfully deployed VuWall's VuScape processor to monitor the launch of the satellites and their trajectory for the RADARSAT Constellation Mission (RCM). Installed by Applied Electronics, VuScape video wall controller shares and manages incoming content to the control rooms' video walls. Managing multiple surfaces and streams of information "The RCM will collect information from multiple satellites that is critical to maritime management, disaster management, and ecosystem monitoring in Canada," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall. The CSA can manage multiple surfaces and streams of information, cutting down on the amount of cabling" "From a single VuScape processor, the CSA can manage multiple surfaces and streams of information, cutting down on the amount of cabling. This is an excellent example of how our affordable visualisation solutions can be scaled and tailored to meet the needs of any organisation — from the smallest to the largest and most mission-critical deployments — while adding capabilities that further the value of the system." Performing maintenance and control operations For the project, VuWall's VuScape processor shares the incoming information on the video wall in both mission control rooms and meeting rooms. Control room operators can easily configure and update the layouts as needed on each of the video walls, providing them with at-a-glance information that's vital for performing maintenance and control operations on the satellites that they are mandated to monitor. With a single VuScape processor driving multiple video walls in multiple rooms, the CSA is able to manage the access and control of each individual surface with user profile management, limiting access to view and/or manage video wall content only to authorised personnel.
VuWall, a pioneer in video wall control and AV network management, announced new engineering and sales hires in the United States. Francisco Provencio has been appointed application engineer while Christian Cooper joins as account manager for the East Coast. These new positions will provide additional resources for customers throughout the U.S. as VuWall continues to grow globally. Currently, VuWall has more than 1000 deployments in over 45 countries, with more than 200 in the U.S. alone. As this number continues to grow, expanding the U.S. service and sales support team is a critical step toward healthy growth for the company. This is a continuation in overall North American corporate strategy, as earlier in the year, VuWall added resources to its marketing and inside sales teams at its Canadian headquarters. "As the demand for agile and scalable video wall and control room systems increases rapidly, VuWall has become the chosen solution provider for many installations in the U.S.," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO. Supporting AV integrators We strive to help our customers make informed decisions in their control room projects." "Building a solid American team will make it easier to help our customers achieve a superior visualisation experience. Francisco and Christian have years of expertise that will ensure customers are well supported in every step of the design and deployment process.", he adds. Provencio, based in Atlanta, Georgia, has more than 10 years of international experience in the AV industry — specialising in control rooms — having held both technical engineering and sales roles. In this new position, Provencio will focus on the U.S. market, supporting AV integrators and consultants with project designs, technical drawings, and on-site or remote customer demos. Cooper, based in Miami, Florida, is a seasoned AV sales manager with broad experience and technical expertise in control rooms, display walls, and digital signage for utility companies, emergency operation centers, traffic management centers, and other critical infrastructure industries. Prior to joining VuWall, he served as regional sales manager for Mitsubishi Electric. Cooper will focus on supporting integrators, consultants, and end users with their video wall projects. "We are thrilled to have Francisco and Christian join our team. In addition to being an excellent fit with the VuWall culture, bringing them on board is perfectly aligned with our consultative approach to sales," says Maryse Montagne, sales director of North America at VuWall. "Their technical expertise was a critical part in our selection process as we strive to help our customers make informed decisions in their control room projects."
VuWall, a provider of video wall control and AV network management solutions, will present an affordable and innovative approach to equipping command and control rooms with state-of-the-art technology in collaboration with Infragard and the FBI in Booth 1187 at Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019, September 10-12, in Chicago. With the increased demand for video walls in the security market, especially within small- to medium-size control rooms, VuWall has simplified deployments, allowing security professionals to quickly and easily build a modular system that scales to their needs. At the show, the company will demonstrate its ecosystem along with partner solutions from TBC Consoles, AG Neovo, and Matrox Graphics Inc. Integrated software platform VuWall will demonstrate how it supports the security requirements of organisations "Creating a control room has traditionally been an expensive and complex project considered only for the largest and most mission-critical applications. But as the need to monitor and interact with multiple sources has become essential to more organisations, we found a way to extend our technology in order to address smaller security deployments," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall. "Regardless of the room size or budget, security professionals can now leverage the same powerful features of VuWall that have been vital to these high-end installations but bundled in an easy-to-deploy kit." At GSX 2019, VuWall will demonstrate how it supports the security requirements of organisations through its high-performance technology and a fully integrated software platform. Attendees will see VuWall's video wall control and AV network management ecosystem, which is comprised of the VuStation KVM control workstation, the VuScape video wall controllers, and the TRx AV network management system. Control room kit Highly configurable, modular, and flexible, the platform allows operators to harness the capabilities they need to seamlessly monitor, analyse, and respond to incoming information from various sources across multiple sites and on multiple video walls. TBC Consoles offers world-class modular furniture designed for 24/7 control rooms The company will display its complete control room kit that integrates VuWall products with the TBC SmartTrac Console and AG Neovo PN-55H video wall displays. TBC Consoles offers world-class modular furniture designed for 24/7 control rooms. AG Neovo is an international LCD monitor manufacturer for various vertical applications including IT, security, healthcare, industrial, and digital signage. Engineered to simplify the design, quoting, purchasing, and installation process, the control room kit includes everything customers need to deploy a state-of-the-art control room, despite the size. Demonstrating integrated solutions VuWall has partnered with Matrox to demonstrate integrated solutions designed to deliver the highest quality visualisation experience with the most advanced technology on the market. VuWall will demonstrate its VuStation visualisation and control workstation with Matrox's Extio 3, a high-performance IP KVM extender, across four full HD displays. The KVM solution for personal video walls, VuStation, enables operators to interact seamlessly with multiple sources from a single KVM station, having all critical controls and information at their fingertips. Attendees will also have the opportunity to learn about VuWall's video wall control system integrations with the security surveillance and video management platforms, including Genetec, Milestone Systems, and ISS, also exhibiting at GSX 2019.
VuWall, a provider of video wall control and AV network management solutions, and Matrox Graphics Inc., a provider of capture, video and graphics processing, real-time encoding, KVM extension and switching, and AV-over-IP technologies, will partner at Global Security Exchange (GSX) 2019 conference and expo, Sept. 10-12, in Chicago. On InfraGard's Booth 1187, attendees will see state-of-the-art technology from the two companies integrated to deliver the best deployment and visualisation experiences inside command and control rooms. Simplifying user experience "As more and more organisations expand their facilities with command and control rooms, they require advanced solutions that streamline the configuration and deployment process, and simplify the user experience," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall. VuWall will demonstrate its VuStation visualisation and control workstation with Matrox's Extio 3 "Matrox is a trusted provider of a broad range of advanced video wall, IP KVM extension, and streaming and recording technologies for security applications that are at the heart of VuWall's integrated solutions. GSX 2019 is a great opportunity to see how our respective technologies integrate, creating the most advanced, yet easy-to-manage command and control rooms." For the first time, VuWall will demonstrate its VuStation visualisation and control workstation with Matrox's Extio 3, a high-performance IP KVM extender, across four full HD displays. The KVM solution for personal video walls, VuStation, enables operators to seamlessly interact with multiple sources from a single KVM station, having all critical controls and information at their fingertips. Network management system Matrox Extio 3 works as either a point-to-point or networked KVM extender and creates a scalable and cost-effective KVM matrix switching environment using standard 1-Gigabit network switches. Designed for high-performance applications, Matrox Extio 3 Series IP KVM extenders deliver 4Kp60 4:4:4 or quad 1080p60 4:4:4 over a standard Gigabit Ethernet network (fiber optic or copper) at unprecedented low bitrates. The integrated solution delivers the best visualisation experience and the easiest AV network management system for the control room market. "Operators rely on our solutions to provide unmatched performance," said Samuel Recine, director of sales for the Americas and Asia Pacific at Matrox Graphics Inc. "When paired with VuWall's ecosystem, they can quickly visualise information for collaboration and improve communication and critical decision making, helping them keep pace with the 24/7 demands of any command and control environment."
VuWall, provider of video wall and AV network management solutions, announced a corporate partnership with LG Electronics, the global manufacturer of monitors, personal computers, digital signage, and commercial displays. This partnership allows VuWall and LG to offer customers a fully integrated control room solution that combines VuWall's advanced VuScape video wall processor with LG's latest 55SVH7F video wall display. "Our goal is to provide an easy-to-install, easy-to-use solution for professionals in command and control room environments so that they can focus on their 24/7 visualisation experience and not worry about the technology," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall.VuScape is a series of modular video wall processors and controllers designed for small and large-scale video walls "By partnering with LG, we continue to deliver on that commitment — by combining these two great technologies, our customers have even more powerful solutions for solving their real-world challenges." VuWall Touch Panel VuScape is a series of modular video wall processors and controllers designed for small and large-scale video walls. They can be combined with the VuWall Touch Panel, a PoE tablet with an intuitive interface designer, and as a complete, easy-to-use video wall management and operation solution. The LG 55SVH7F video wall display features a razor-thin, 0.44mm bezel or 0.88mm when measured from bezel to bezel. It also boasts vivid, dynamic picture quality with a higher and wider viewing angle, uniform color expression, and image gap reduction. Moreover, it features Smart Calibration, a simple and fast process that does not require an external device or human intervention. Controlling LG displays remotely Organisations will have a comprehensive ecosystem driving their video walls from anywhere in the facilityThe VuWall and LG integration offers customers the ability to control LG displays remotely using the VuWall scripting tool with VuScape controllers, giving control room operators and supervisors the utmost flexibility and ease of use. As a fully integrated platform, organisations will have a comprehensive ecosystem driving their video walls from anywhere in the facility. Customers can have their first look at the integrated solution in LG's new prestigious showroom in Paris where they can experience all the benefits of the new control room ecosystem. Providing best display technology "LG strives to continually advance and push the envelope, providing our customers with the best display technology in the world. This makes it vital to choose the right technology partners to address the needs of our customers in specific markets," said Harri Ekholm, Vice President of Sales from LG Electronics. "VuWall is a recognised leader in the command and control room industry with solutions known for their reliability and high-performance technology designed with a deep understanding of mission-critical needs. These features make VuWall the perfect partner for us."
VuWall, the provider of video wall and AV network management, and TBC Consoles — a world-class technical furniture designer, manufacturer, and installer— announced a partnership to provide customers with an affordable and efficient control room kit that addresses the specific requirements of small to midsize control rooms — and fully complements VuWall solutions. Engineered to simplify the design, quoting and purchasing, and installation process for small and medium size control rooms, the new visualisation kit includes TBC SmartTrac Console System and the VuWall ecosystem in one solution. Customers simply need to add the displays of their choice for a complete control room deployment. Simple and efficient workstation Customers are requesting a simple and efficient workstation that scales to smaller environments""As the need for surveillance, monitoring, and collaboration capabilities proliferate across facilities of all sizes, customers are requesting a simple and efficient workstation that scales to smaller environments with robust monitoring and collaboration requirements," said Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall. "TBC Consoles has long-standing expertise in designing modular technical furniture for the AV industry, making them a great partner in creating a combined solution. Now these customers have an affordable, easy-to-deploy and intuitive solution that leverages innovations often only seen in large, high-end control rooms." Powerful video wall management solutions The kit provides organisations with VuWall's flexible and powerful video wall management solutions that drives the best video wall visualisation experience. It includes the VuStation KVM multiviewer, a control workstation that enables operators to seamlessly interact with multiple sources from a single keyboard and mouse on their desktop; VuScape, a series of power and modular video wall controllers for small and large-scale video walls; and VuWall Touch Panel, featuring a PoE tablet with an intuitive interface designer, that doesn't require any programming skills to configure. TBC's SmartTrac Console System is designed to meet modern surveillance and monitoring demands As an integrated platform, organisations have a comprehensive ecosystem driving the video wall that is easy to use and deploy. TBC's SmartTrac Console System is designed to meet modern surveillance and monitoring demands within a lightweight aluminium and steel-based workstation that can be combined with other consoles, carts, or accessories to allow the system to adapt to any sized control room. It features full cable management, height adjustment, rack modules built into the countertop, and the ability to mount a variety of accessories without tools. These features speed up deployment and maximise versatility for any system components and user requirements. Modular control room furniture "Our customers look to us for modern, ergonomic, and modular control room furniture," said Jansen Hahn, chief operations officer at TBC Consoles. "In these environments, we are tasked with providing workstations where the operators can view a variety of sources on multiple monitors in a setting that incorporates all hardware and software to meet their needs and allows for future expansion. “Working with VuWall allows us to suggest a package kit which does just that. We see great value in our ability to provide a number of discrete solutions that include furniture, processors, and visualisation software all in one."
VuWall, the provider of video wall management and AV distribution solutions, will display its new CoScape multidisplay collaboration and presentation system and the next generation of the industry-trusted TRx 2.0 AV network management solution, in addition to a live demonstration of the complete family of interoperable solutions available within the VuWall ecosystem, in booth 2281 at InfoComm 2019. “This year marks our 10-year anniversary of simplifying the lives of AV/IT integrators and video wall operators in the most demanding control rooms around the world,” said Paul Vander Plaetse, founder and CEO of VuWall. Turnkey display solution “As we move into the next decade, VuWall is focused on further streamlining the evolving and complex world of technology. We are committed to delivering solutions that enable easy configuration and deployment, interoperability between brands, and future-proof implementation through open architecture.” CoScape allows presenters to display all sources on one or multiple touch surfaces “At InfoComm, attendees will see our latest advancements within the VuWall ecosystem and how we integrate with other solutions to create a superior viewing experience that goes far beyond simple control of video walls, and where multiroom and multisite solutions can be integrated with simplicity.” At InfoComm 2019, VuWall will demonstrate the full capabilities of its CoScape multidisplay collaboration and presentation system. CoScape allows presenters to display all sources on one or multiple touch surfaces, creating a true high-resolution, interactive turnkey display solution for easy visual collaboration. Network management solution It's perfectly suited for collaboration rooms, allowing sources to be shared on a touch video wall or projection screen. It features an open platform to ensure full support of standard corporate applications and a high-end performance workstation driven by powerful NVIDIA graphics cards for 3D acceleration graphics. In addition, it works with third-party collaboration programs, allowing users to interface directly and seamlessly with the chosen program from the CoScape controller and eliminate complex steps from the presentation process. Also at the booth will be VuWall's TRx 2.0 AV network management solution that provides distribution of audio and video signals over standard IP networks. User management capabilities Designed for presentation rooms, control rooms, and content distribution across multiple locations throughout a campus Designed for presentation rooms, control rooms, and content distribution across multiple locations throughout a campus, TRx supports multiple formats of video streaming up to 4K resolution and offers simple management of an unlimited number of sources and display surfaces. The latest version offers a new, intuitive control panel designer allowing integrators to create custom control panels that can be run on any HTML-enabled device for easy control from anywhere on the network. TRx also supports a broadened range of devices and user management capabilities as well as the ability to stitch together multiple decoders, allowing for a virtually infinite number of displays to be brought together as a single video wall with limitless resolution. Live presentations The system consists of a centralised TRx server for easy deployment of a large number of devices and a series of encoders, decoders, and IP video wall processors that support H.264 4K/UHD, SRT, and SDVoE. Attendees at the show will also benefit from live presentations of the entire VuWall ecosystem, which includes TRx and CoScape along with VuScape video wall controllers and VuStation visualisation and control workstations. Furthering the value of the system, VuWall has partnered with the most innovative and trusted technology leaders in the industry, including IHSE, SVDoE, Matrox (SRT), AMX SVSI, Datapath, NVIDIA, AMD, Genetec, and Milestone. Now featuring integration with Genetec, Milestone, Verint, and ISS solutions, VuWall is helping customers meet increasing visualisation requirements in security and surveillance markets.
VuWall Technology Inc. has announced a new plugin for the Genetec™ Security Center unified security platform. The VuWall plugin now enables security system builders to integrate Matrox® Mura IPX high-density decoder cards for the simultaneous decoding of hundreds of IP cameras on a single video wall. The plugin also allows system operators to access the powerful VuWall2 video wall software feature set from within the Genetec software interface to manage all IP sources. Video feed control The new integration represents a comprehensive, yet elegant approach to security and surveillance. Working under the familiar Genetec software interface, system operators can remotely display and control tile layouts and Mura IPX-decoded content on video walls through simple drag-and-drop functions. Operators have full control over the video feeds on the video wall, whether they need to display live video camera sequences or play back streams from a video server. In addition to video content, the plugin can also manage non-video content, such as maps, web pages, and control data, which can be displayed on the wall by controlling all sources and presets, hence providing a complete end-to-end networked solution. High-density decoding Paul Vander Plaetse, president of VuWall Technology says, “The combination of the high-density decoding on the video wall and the easy control from within the Security Center interface will really simplify the life of Genetec operators while significantly improving the decision making process in control rooms.” “VuWall’s innovative plugin opens up a new range of possibilities for security monitoring environments looking for multi-channel decoding capabilities,” says Fadhl Al-Bayaty, product manager, Matrox Graphics Inc. “Mura IPX cards represent a dedicated decoding system, capable of fulfilling any decoding requirement, and is the perfect complement to one of the market’s most recognizable security platforms.” VuWall will be showcasing the new security monitoring system at ITS World Congress 2017 in Montreal, Quebec, from October 29-November 2 in booth #1424.
This latest release is designed to address the needs of markets including security and control room, presentation and digital signage VuWall Technology announces its participation at ISE on February 10-12, 2015 in Amsterdam RAI, NL with its new series of products based on VuWall2 version 2.5. This latest release is an extended product line designed to address the needs of specific markets including security and control room, presentation and digital signage. By matching software modules to particular industries, VuWall2 makes choosing the right product easy and ensures optimal results. “In terms of new features, VuWall2 Pro now has a virtually unlimited level of granularity in how user rights can be assigned. In addition it offers superior integration of ONVIF standards for auto detection of IP cameras and improved ergonomy. In essence, the overall architecture of VuWall2 has been optimised for the ambitious development roadmap we have in place for the year to come,” said Paul Vander Plaetse, President of VuWall. The series will be demonstrated at ISE 2015, a venue which attracts over 1,000 exhibitors and more than 50,000 attendees from over 140 countries. VuWall2 can also be seen at the following booths … Advantech Europe (B-K190), Matrox Electronics Systems (11-F68) and Mitsubishi Electric Europe (2-A24, 2-A25, and 2-A36). The VuWall Technology booth will also feature a control room setup using Grupo Floria furniture and consoles. “ISE is the biggest gathering of AV professionals in the world. Participating in this event is a great opportunity to spend time with our customers and partners from around the globe, better understand the trends of the market and get a grip on the latest technology,” said Vander Plaetse.
VuWall Technology Inc., a developer of world-class control room management software, and SkySoft-ATM, a leading-edge ATC solutions provider, announced recently their strategic partnership under which VuWall has integrated SkySoft-ATM SkyRec features into the VuWall2 software suite. VuWall will be demonstrating the advanced record/ playback and high-performance lossless compressions capabilities at InfoComm 2014 (Las Vegas, NV June 18-20) in partner Exxact Corporation’s Booth # N2555. Powered by a high-performance lossless video compression codec, the record/playback features now available through VuWall enable full-quality, real-time recording of external operator PCs for post-event analysis or training purposes, with the assurance of full synchronisation of audio and video sources and accurate time stamping. Issues often associated with encoding and streaming high resolution video data are circumvented with this video compression algorithm, which significantly reduces bandwidth and storage requirements. “In collaboration with SkySoft-ATM, we are pleased to offer our customers the ability to accurately record data flows for fluid playback on operator workstations and video walls alike,” said Paul Vander Plaetse, President, VuWall Technology. “VuWall customers can now benefit from SkySoft expertise in lossless record & playback as part of the comprehensive VuWall2 product suite. This newly integrated software video recording module captures exactly what’s seen onscreen, including mouse clicks and keystrokes.” “This partnership was a natural fit. VuWall has seamlessly integrated our proven record & playback technology into the VuWall2 software suite, bringing all the benefits experienced to-date only in air traffic management environments, to control rooms of all types,” said Claude Levacher, Sales and Marketing Manager, SkySoft-ATM. “Depending on their requirements, customers can implement a software-based data distribution and recording solution, or a combination of both hardware and software components.” In some cases, compression and data distribution can be achieved using the Skysoft-ATM SkyRec Blackbox, which meets the most demanding safety requirements and has been deployed in large-scale, mission-critical installations. Ensuring immediate access to recorded single- or multi-screen sessions from both operator workstations and video walls alike, this functionality is well suited to control rooms of all types, including electric utilities, traffic/fleet management centres, emergency management centres, defense, oil & gas, and homeland security. Supported in both Microsoft® Windows® and Linux environments, the software is user friendly requiring limited training.
VuWall2 software will be highlighted with advanced capabilities of an Exxact Corporation video wall controller VuWall Technology Inc., a developer of world-class control room management software, will be demonstrating the latest control and collaboration tools available with the VuWall2 product family at InfoComm 2014 (Las Vegas, NV June 18-20) in partner Exxact Corporation’s Booth # N2555. At the show, VuWall2 software will be highlighted in combination with the advanced capabilities of an Exxact Corporation video wall controller, powering a 2x2 monitor configuration displaying multiple inputs from a variety of sources. “Our focus is on providing powerful, easy to use collaboration tools for control rooms of all types, small and large,” says Paul Vander Plaetse, President, VuWall Technology. “We’re being asked more and more for enhanced collaboration and ease of use. And that’s exactly what we deliver – a streamlined user experience. We look forward to demonstrating our latest features at InfoComm 2014.” Very simple to use, VuWall2 software tools are highly modular and compatible with leading brands of multi-monitor graphics cards and with capture boards from Matrox® and Datapath. Several of the advanced features that will be highlighted at the event include: seamless capture & display of sources, content management tools to organise and schedule the appearance of windows, simple layout creation, and the ability to create effects for dynamic walls using transitions, transparency, and rotation. The VuWall2 product family includes an extensive set of collaboration tools to enable selective control of remote PCs – both on operator workstations and on the video wall itself. New functionality added to the product line includes lossless live streaming & record/playback of external PC sources, enabling control room operators to compare live sources with recorded content.
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