Optimized Resource Management Leader is Seeing Green with Matrox-Powered Video Wall
When Veolia began building a new Hubgrade for its Netherlands headquarters, it planned to incorporate four workstations with access to a video wall system. The video wall system itself would be a crucial component for experts to be able to monitor the energy flows of industries, municipalities, and more for Veolia’s end customers. By carefully tracking energy flows across several screens, experts would be able to provide customers with actionable plans for improvement.
To achieve this, Veolia needed a video wall controller that would provide access to four different operator workstations and have the option to add baseband inputs as well as IP sources. After consulting with AV integrator, AVEX, and seeing a live demonstration of a Matrox-powered video wall at the Eindhoven demo facility of AV distributor Sahara Benelux, Veolia decided on the combined solution of the Matrox Mura IPX video wall capture cards, Matrox graphics cards, and VView’s Classic software. “This initiative was fairly complex in nature, but seeing how simple and seamless all video wall operations were first-hand, we decided that the Matrox video wall technology and VView software combination was best-suited for our project,” said Ronald Remijn, district manager at Veolia Netherlands.