ODL 721 - All benefits of laser technology for 24/7 control rooms
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The introduction of laser illumination has opened up new opportunities in professional visualization environments. Providing unseen brightness levels and vibrant colors, while offering a very low TCO, RGB laser has quickly become the illumination technology of choice in many environments, from digital cinema to events.
Now, Barco is bringing laser illumination to 24/7 control rooms - leveraging all of the laser know-how we’ve acquired in the digital cinema world to power up a brand-new rear-projection video wall series. The RGB laser video walls for 24/7 control rooms - a 10th generation video wall from market leader Barco – lifts rear-projection video walls to a whole new level for critical infrastructure markets.
Benefits at a glance:
- 2x more brightness than mainstream LED-lit rear-projection video walls
- More than 11 years of uninterrupted operation in 24/7 mode
- Unmatched colors, focus, and contrast levels
- 25% less power consumption at higher brightness than LED-lit video walls
- ‘Library’ noise level - silent like never before
- Multiple levels of redundancy for ultimate peace of mind
- Alignment effort at set-up reduced by 50%, thanks to motorized 7-axis alignment
Barco’s RGB laser video wall for 24/7 control rooms is a 100% Barco product. All components are completely designed and validated in-house. This not only gives us total control over the quality of every component, but we can also guarantee backwards compatibility and serviceability for many years to come. So, as there’s no danger that a component will become unavailable in a few years’ time, your investment is fully safeguarded.
With experience in large video walls spanning more than 2 decades, Barco has both in-depth knowledge of visualization techniques and a clear understanding of the specific needs of control rooms: reliability, predictability, and cost-effectiveness, over a long time period. All of this knowledge is bundled in our visualization solutions ? which, in addition to large video walls, also include controllers, collaborative network visualization systems, and operator workspaces.