Control Room Event Series
The present and future of operator and administrator friendly control rooms
February / March 2017
Planning and implementing IT networks and infrastructure components in control rooms can be complex and time-consuming task. Project managers, planners and integrators are required to consider many different aspects such as future-proof infrastructure, network safety, operator workflows and investment protection.
Current technology developments in the fields of infrastructure, networks and KVM signal transmission provide opportunities to meet these challenges efficiently, although this may mean that technology know-how, experience and expertise for implementation have to be comprehensively compiled and researched.
In our seminar series, we will give you an overview of current developments in the areas
In addition to presentations by experienced consultants and application experts, you will also be given the opportunity to try out the presented solutions in a hands-on session and to contribute your own questions and experiences in the group.
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Some of the featured solutions
KVM - VDI / KVM over IP : InvisaPC™
Extend HD Video and USB signals across IP networks at low bandwidth requirement
InvisaPC™ bridges the gap between IP-based KVM extension and switching and access to virtual machines. It provides remote access to physical or virtualised CPUs for real-time and high-bandwidth applications.
New innovative solution: launch at ISE 2017
Manage and Administrate Multiple AV and KVM systems
With this unique new solution, various KVM and AV systems can be managed and administrated from a single web interface. Monitor the status of individual KVM components in an IP network and assign user rights across different platforms.
Multi-System AV, KVM and Room Control
Gain multiple system control and room automation from a touch panel screen
ControlBridge™ enables operators to trigger control room and room automation systems via an intuitive touch panel GUI or even mobile devices. Control signals via Ethernet or a serial connection to a video wall through the use of dynamic API commands or preset functions.
Radian Video Wall Processor
Create advanced video walls to improve situational awareness
Use the Radian Video Wall Processor to create small to massive video walls to visualize mission-critical information and to improve situational awareness, decision making, and response times in control rooms.