Adder Technology will be demonstrating the new Adder CCS-PRO8 command and control switch alongside existing IP-based KVM products on its stand at ISE next month.
Other products showcased by Adder include its four-port variant, Adder CCS-PRO4, the Adder RED PSU power distribution unit with redundancy, the newly launched Adder XDIP and the company’s flagship AdderLink Infinity range.
The Adder CCS-PRO8 allows operators to control up to eight machines across eight displays using just one mouse and keyboard. It is ideal for improving ergonomics in a control setting where space is at a premium or management of multiple computers from one station is required. Featuring FreeFlow technology, the Adder CCS-PRO8 enables users to move from one display to the next simply by moving the mouse across screen borders.
The AdderLink XDIP is an IP-based AV extender with USB, which enables remote access to critical computing and flexibly extends the desktop experience, and forms part of Adder Technology’s easy-to-install AdderLink KVM and AV extension portfolio.
Both the Adder CCS-PRO8 and AdderLink XDIP will be available later this year in Q3 and are ideal for use in industries with a strong need for command and control connectivity solutions.
In addition to technical demonstrations on stand, Adder Technology’s Jamie Adkin, VP sales EMEA, will be presenting in the Commercial Solutions Theatre at the event, delving into the future of the control room and the role that technology plays.
“The ideal control room environment is one that is a combination and integration of the right technologies, furniture and lighting,” said Adkin. “The aim is to ensure that operators are productive, efficient and can make mission critical decisions based upon accurate information. We’ll be looking at current and future trends within the command and control and how each contribute to making the control room more effective and users more productive, whilst reducing risk.”
David Watts, managing director, CCD, an ergonomics and design agency, commented: “The control room is a high-pressure environment where mission critical decisions are made. As a result, it has to be a space that is comfortable, ergonomically sound and featuring the right mix of technologies to ensure operators can function at optimal levels.”