RGB Spectrum has strengthened Zio, the backbone of its decision support system, which is used extensively for emergency response, and now offers simplified video distribution, display and recording, to enable faster reaction to changing situations.
“Our Zio platform is all about delivering mission-critical data,” said RGB marketing director Courtney Mamuscia.
The open standards-based AV-over-IP platform primarily targets three verticals, including the military. “We’re big in defence and aerospace. A lot of fighter pilots train using RGB technology – we trained Tom Cruise”, for Top Gun: Maverick, Mamusica said. The other verticals are transport infrastructure and security. However, the company’s systems are also being used for more general AV applications, such as digital signage in museums.
The latest additions to Zio include: the Zio 4000 videowall processor with advanced networking capabilities; the D2100, a single-channel H.264 decoder, which “is compact and at a really good price”; the QuadView IPX multiviewer which displays up to four screens simultaneously and is highly secure; and KVM-over-IP capabilities.
Stand number: 3K850