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Video walls for traffic control and management at Intertraffic Amsterdam
The systems of eyevis are used in tunnel surveillance centres, urban traffic control rooms but also highway surveillance and traffic management centres.
The German manufacturer will show its visual solution based on modular DLP cubes with new LED illumination, LCD monitor wall solutions, ultra high resolution monitors, netpix graphics controller to connect and visualize many different sources, like DVI/RGB, analog video and IP video on the video walls along with that eyevis will show the latest version of their eyecon control room wallmanagement software. The highlight on the eyevis booth will be a video wall whith the new EC-70-LWXT-CP rear projection cubes in 1920x1200 pixels resolution per module with the latest LED illumination technology with an MTBF of 60.000 hours. Another key feature of the new eyevis cubes which will also be showcased is the fully automatic colour and brightness adjustment for LED DLP cube walls, which can be only offered by eyevis at the moment. This automatic adjustment ensures a homogenous picture over a video wall without intervention of an engineer. Besides their own booth, the company is also exhibiting their solutions on stands of partner companies, like a 3x2 EC-67-LHD-CP video wall with 6 modules of 67" in full HD resolution with LED illumination and also a 3x3 EYE-LCD-4600-SN monitor wall consisting of nine 46" LCDs with a minimal bezel of 7.3 mm which is at the moment the smallest separation available between two LCD screens. On another partner booth eyevis will show a 2x2 EC-50-LSXT+-CP wall consisting of 4 LED DLP cubes with SXGA+ resolution in 50". Eyevis will also host its partner company Advancis, one of the leading manufacturer of intelligent building management software solutions. The visitors can see in life the interfacing between the Advancis WinGuard software and the eyevis video wall system.
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