RGB Spectrum, a global industry leader in control room management and display processing solutions, will deliver a presentation on video wall architecture at InfoComm 2014, June 18 at 10:30 am. Hosted by Vice President of Marketing, Jed Deame, “Survey of Video Wall Architectures and Applications” offers a close look at the core technologies and basic architectures used for multiple channel video wall processing. It will also give attendees the inside track on critical performance factors that must be considered when designing or specifying video wall systems.
Deame’s seminar will present an overview of video wall systems and then focus on the strengths and weaknesses of common display processing solutions. Real-time video walls are typically used in applications such as control rooms, operations centers (i.e. security, emergency), collaboration rooms, digital signage and other public venues. In addition to the application-specific requirements of an installation, however, integrators also need to consider how a product’s hardware architecture and the overall system design can affect the pixel processing, resolution and scalability of each unique solution.
The presentation will also address the range of technical challenges faced by integrators when designing, installing and maintaining video wall systems. The development of new signal types, connectors, and transmission media have made video processing systems, particularly those designed for 24/7 use in mission-critical applications, more complex over time. In order to offer the most value to integrators and end-users alike, video wall processors must be versatile enough to accommodate this proliferation while still delivering powerful image processing of high-resolution signals without dropped frames or image tearing. RGB Spectrum’s tutorial will go beyond the pros and cons of individual systems to provide meaningful guidance on ways to deal with this industry trend.
“Video wall architecture is often simplified down to a consideration of versatility, reliability and performance, but the order of priority that fits each specialized application makes video wall system design more complex and challenging than this might suggest,” observed Deame. “An ever-changing technological landscape means that integrators must analyze multiple factors to determine the right video processing solutions for their clients. This seminar aims to simplify this process by demystifying these factors. I’m proud to be able to dedicate myself as a resource for commercial integrators seeking the best possible video wall solutions for the specific requirements of their clients.”
Jed Deame brings more than two decades of video processing industry experience to his role at RGB Spectrum. His background includes extensive expertise in image processing, electrical engineering, hardware architecture and system design, as well as in product development and strategic marketing.
RGB Spectrum’s full range of display and control solutions will be showcased at InfoComm 2014, June 17-19 in Las Vegas, at booth #C8320, including its innovative new Galileo Display Processor, a powerful and economical IP-enabled video wall system designed around a PC-based architecture.
To register for Jed Deame’s seminar on “Survey of Video Wall Architectures and Applications,” please click here.
For more information on RGB Spectrum’s full line of products, please visit us at http://www.rgb.com.