Integrated Systems Europe is the largest pro AV trade show in the world. It’s no surprise, therefore, that there are countless new product innovations at ISE 2018, February 6-9 in Amsterdam.
In our short video, we run down some of the key products already announced at ISE 2018.
Leyard and Planar VersaLight Series modular LED display
The new Leyard VersaLight Series of modular LED displays, which is designed for digital signage, aims to broaden Planar’s market presence. The VersaLight Series of indoor and outdoor LED digital signage displays comes in a variety of pixel pitches from 2.5 to 8 millimeters and reflects a strategic move for Leyard and Planar. “Where Leyard has been really strong from the beginning was fine pitch,” says Steve Seminario, VP of product marketing, Leyard and Planar.
He goes on to point out that globally the narrow pitch LED video wall space is about $700,000. The rest of the video wall space “is maybe twice that.”
Crestron AirMedia 2.0 Wireless Presentation Technology
According to Crestron, AirMedia 2.0, which is built into Crestron presentation solutions — such as Crestron Mercury, DMPS3-4K-350-C, DMPS3-4K-250-C and Crestron FreeForm (CCS-F-2) — delivers the fastest, easiest, most manageable, and secure wireless presentation solution.
Mersive Solstice Kepler
The collaboration solutions provideris debuting a cloud-based room monitoring and meeting analytics service called Solstice Kepler. “We’re going to collect data from everything that’s going on in the meeting room, so we’re going to know what got connected in terms of the device,” says CEO Rob Balgley. “We’re going to know what application got used. We’re going to know how long.”
Nureva WM408i Video Wall System
Nureva launches its WM408i video wall solution. Nureva says the video wall system combines a high-definition (HD) ultra-short throw projector, along with a projected multitouch surface that creates an interactive working space.
InFocus’ Jupiter PixelNet 2.0 Distributed Display Wall System
InFocus Corporation recently announced the creation of Jupiter PixelNet 2.0 video distribution system, which company officials call “a significant update to the award-winning Jupiter PixelNet solution.” The new distributed display wall system “increases the density of processing power, connecting more sources and displays to a single input or output node, while providing centralized control to support a wide variety of installations with live audio and video, streaming data, and other real-time sources of information for control rooms, conference rooms, lobby displays, offices and classrooms,” according to InFocus.
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