Sept. 20, 2022 - When it comes to seeing threats in real-time, presenting video imagery is paramount in establishing situational awareness, a central theme of this year's Global Security Exchange (GSX) hosted by ASIS International in Atlanta. GSX was well-attended by a large contingency of end users and consultants aiming to see new technology, networking opportunities, and the chance to rub elbows with old friends and associates.
Wherever you looked on the show floor, the collection and interpretation of video data was a central focus. How the video is displayed is critical to operators tasked with protecting critical assets and people.
RGB Spectrum solutions stood out as an essential piece of the puzzle in building the state-of-the-art global security operations center (GSOC). We showed end users how to use an intelligent video wall display coupled with consoles enabling operators to see what's happening at the desk, on the wall, and in the field.
Here are some of the products we featured during the show:
Zio 4000 Video Wall Processor
There are video walls, and then there is Zio. The Zio 4000 was developed for advanced video wall applications and as a platform for enterprise-wide visual collaboration. It brings the concept of a video wall processor to a new level.
XtendPoint KVM-over-IP Extender
A unified KVM solution for display and control. An uncluttered desk with a single keyboard and mouse control of computer signals displayed on an array of single or multiview monitors. A single operator or matrixed control.
QuadView IPX Multiviewer
A high-performance 4K multiviewer displays up to four signals in customizable layouts on a single screen, delivering superior image quality at up to 4K 60Hz resolution, with display windows any size, anywhere.
If you are interested in how versatile video networks are changing the way security operators respond to threats, with clear imagery, the ability to view multiple feeds simultaneously, and improved workflows, RGB can help. Our motto: Better Decisions. Faster.™