The Canadian manufacturer will be showcasing its new VuWall Ecosystem, designed to bridge AV & IT.
The VuWall Ecosystem is said to be ideal for personal and remote monitoring applications. The company’s new KVM solution – VuStation – allows for multi-source control inside the operator’s personal working space.
VuStation allows operators to open independent source windows as if they were local applications. When the mouse is moved onto one of the source windows, the keyboard and mouse become automatically active on that specific source computer and when it’s moved to another source window, the control moves to that source. This is still valid even if the source computers are on segregated networks.
The main advantage of VuStation is that it allows operators to have a mix of source windows and local application windows and to seamlessly arrange their operational workspace without having to reconfigure the KVM settings to control the remote sources.
Also on show at InfoComm will be VuWall’s next generation TRx 2.0 solution for distribution of AV signals over standard IP networks. Designed for presentation rooms, control rooms and complex distributions across multiple buildings, TRx 2.0 is the perfect solution for campuses, hospitals and retail malls. TRx is open to multiple hardware platforms. It supports the new VuWall 4K encoders/decoders and IP VideoWall processors, Matrox Maevex products, AMX SVSi products and all encoders and decoders which are compatible with the SDVoE alliance.