Mitsubishi Electric B.V. — Stand TA-A10
Matrox Mura MPX capture and display boards will be used within a Mitsubishi video wall controller alongside Mitsubishi’s latest D-Wall 6.1 software. Visitors will have the chance to see how a high-density, low-footprint controller based on Matrox Mura technology can be used to display multiple inputs across multiple outputs with exceptional-quality scaling.
“Matrox Mura’s unique feature set of stability, scalability, reliability, and input/output density, in conjunction with Mitsubishi’s D-Wall software, results in impressive versatility that meets the need of any video wall integrator,” said Alistair Duthie, Mitsubishi Electric regional manager of UK & Middle East. “This hardware, software combination is ideal in any demanding environment requiring a high-performance video wall solution.”
Mitsubishi will also be demonstrating Bilfinger Mauell’s X Omnium TCP/IP-based visualization system. Maevex AV-over-IP encoders will be used to stream Full HD 1080p60 video from Matrox-connected sources like PCs onto a versatile visualization platform managed by X Omnium.
“The X Omnium adaptable visualization system effectively processes and allows for the analysis of information captured directly from such sources as PCs and DVRs ,” said Paul Schiphorst, managing director at Bilfinger Mauell. “Enabling the distribution of high-quality, low-bandwidth content, Maevex acts as a perfect complement to X Omnium in this demonstration at InfoComm MEA and in a wide variety of other applications.”