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InfoComm 2024: Datapath displays control-room innovations

At the Las Vegas Convention Center, June 12-14, Datapath will display additions to its hardware and software portfolio for its Aetria solution and provide a first look at Aetria Touch, a dedicated tablet device

At InfoComm 2024, Datapath will be showcasing the additions to both its hardware and software portfolio for its Aetria solution, an integrated platform for control rooms of any size. Being used in Las Vegas from June 12-14 will be Datapath’s latest advances to its API (application programming interface), making Aetria more compatible with third-party hardware. Latest modules include compatibility with Crestron and Q-SYS products, making it easier to adopt into legacy systems, or as a first step to a fully updated control room solution.

Visitors to Datapath’s W2117 booth at the Las Vegas Convention Center will also get a first look at Aetria Touch, a dedicated tablet device that provides finger-tip control of video walls and workstations, along with the VSNMini 300 – a modern personal video wall controller.

Aetria Touch is Datapath’s dedicated touch panel for Aetria installations. The 10.1-inch tablet is available now, with two user modes of operation. With the pre-packaged with basic mode, users will be able to open pre-set layouts on video walls, whilst customers upgrading their environment to advanced mode will encompass a full touch-based user interface, allowing greater control with features such as source drag and drop, layout design, scaling of content windows and video wall zoom capability.

An addition to Datapath’s VSN processor range, the VSNMini 300 gets its first US showing at InfoComm. The dedicated personal video wall controller is available now. For use either as a personal video wall controller/workstation within an Aetria environment, or as a standalone video wall controller for small installations, the VSNMini 300 supports the latest standards, including 12th generation Intel processors (i9, i7, i5) and NVMe (M.2) SSD storage. Graphics and capture capabilities are provided via three PCIe slots that can be configured as required with Datapath’s image graphics, vision capture, and ActiveSQX IP decode/encode cards.

Datapath has also added the Aligo TX100, a single 4K/quad HD transmitter, to its Aligo range. The Aligo TX100 accepts a single 4K input, or four independent HD inputs. 

Visitors to Datapath’s booth in Las Vegas can witness a replicated control room in action, showing how the TX100 complements the existing Aligo RX100 single receiver and provides cost-effective and convenient HD support. Improving KVM ability, multi-head groups are now supported in Aetria Workstation for Aligo devices. This enables the ability to display singular, or multi-headed group sources on Aetria Workstation with full keyboard and mouse control.

Datapath’s US and international management teams will be on-hand to discuss any aspect of these latest innovations and how they can assist in the design and operation of control room projects.