Eyevis integrated Active-Directory-Support in wall management software eyeCON

Eyevis integrated Active-Directory-Support in wall management software eyeCON

The version update of eyeCON V5.1 wall management software becomes even more user-friendly. The newly integrated active directory support allows for the transfer of existing user structures into the rights management of eyeCON V5.1. Thus, the wall management software can be implemented in existing network structures even more easily. Eyevis presents the new eyeCON V5.1 at Integrated Systems Europe from 04.-06.02.14 in Amsterdam.

Due to the complete network integration of the eyeCON V5.1 software flexible control of large scale image systems, control of all connected sources and the distribution of information in control and presentation rooms are possible. In this way eyeCON V5.1 is completely based on client/server technology which makes all information in the network globally accessible and thus offers the possibility to exchange this information between displays, large scale video walls and workstations. Even beyond local facilities all information and sources are accessible. The integration of eyevis eStreaming solutions furthermore makes all sources available in the network and makes the distribution to the single reproducers easier.

With the new active directory support eyeCON V5.1 can also better be integrated into existing network and user structures. Due to the active directory support existing user rights can directly be transferred to the rights management of the eyeCON V5.1 software. Group assignments, authorizations, hierarchical structuring or areas on the large scale video wall can be freely defined for each user. Authorized users who have registered on their computer can directly open and control eyeCON V5.1 without having to register once again.

In addition to the new extension the eyeCON V5.1 wall management software offers innovative features for user-friendly and flexible operation and management of large scale video walls in control and presentation rooms. The eyeCON-Capture-Module allows for an even faster transmission of desktop contents onto the video wall. The wallserver which handles all sources through the netPIX controller can if necessary be flexibly adjusted and configured through any user workstation. Video wall presets for different conditions, situations and contents can uncomplicatedly be defined and be made accessible globally for all systems. Thus, for example, an alarm preset for a wall can be created and then transferred to other walls. Through the feature “MultiView” several image walls can simultaneously be controlled or several sources can simultaneously be handled.

The multimouse enables any number of users within a network to access the large scale image system with their own mouse and keyboard. Hereby it is possible to assign freely definable wall areas and control rights individually to each user. Each cursor is individually marked with a certain color and can optionally be labeled with a username. In this way several users can simultaneously be active on the large scale video wall. In cases of emergency, applications can be operated together. In addition, participants of video conferences can work together in applications and presentations without limits. Thereby it is even possible to write texts together – with the own keyboard and without leaving one's workstation.

In facilities with several different video walls and single displays they can be put into one user interface through the MetaWall feature. Thus, unlimited large scale video walls with hundreds of simultaneously connected sources can be realized. Thereby all sources can be freely positioned – even beyond the physical limits of single graphic controllers! So MetaWall can on one hand be used to increase the performance of the system, on the other hand it is used if large scale video walls are required that exceed the technological limits of a single NPX controller. But even if an inordinate number of inputs is required in a system, the MetaWall technology works.



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