While there were plenty of new products showcased on InfoComm’s Vegas show floor this year, some products stood out as particularly groundbreaking.
These products not only help integrators attract new customers, get into new spaces and become more high volume, many of them were brand-new, “industry’s-first” products that offer integrators new opportunities.
Aurora’s IPX and VLX Series transceivers, for example, are the industry’s first 4K AV Distribution over IP transceivers. These transceivers feature Aurora’s IPBaseT technology, which supports large scalable audio/video matrixing and does so by replacing multiple technologies and products with a “single-box” distributed platform. Integrators no longer need a separate AV switcher, control system, video wall processor, or audio/DSP converter for large scalable audio/video matrixing.
Aeson also introduced a game-changing new product at its InfoComm 2016 booth. RHODIUM BY AESON is the company’s patented LED cabinet design. Unique to Aeson, RHODIUM BY AESON’s cabinet has a native 16:9 aspect ratio. If a screen is purchased with the same number of horizontal and vertical cabinets, the entire screen will have a 16:9 aspect ratio. The patented design allows for the internal connection of power and data cables, so the back of the cabinet is flat and ideal for wall mounting.
Aurora and Aeson are just two of 13 companies that introduced groundbreaking new products at InfoComm 2016.