Here’s More of What Datapath Will Show at ISE 2024


Datapath says will be showcasing its expertise and alliances in the control room sector at ISE with a fully operational replica control room on their Hall 3 booth. Datapath has teamed up with Absen, B-Tech AV Mounts and Fountainhead to demonstrate a complete control room solution of video processing and distribution, LED video wall displays, mounts, CCTV and consoles – giving ISE attendees a “closer” experience of a control room set-up and the chance to explore and experience other vendor control room-related products.

With leading manufacturers coming together to provide complete user solutions, customers and end users have the convenience of seeing how all elements harmonize in a “real use” environment.

“As well as our own booth at ISE, we’re excited to unite with other non-competing vendors like Datapath to deliver a better and more informative visitor experience. Alliances like this work well, as we all have the same goal in advancing the control room industry, where attendees can experience all the latest elements in control room technology in one place,” Darren Banks, European LED industry development director for Absen Europe said.

Utilizing Datapath’s  Aetria solution, the demo area will include:

  • 6×3 x Absen KLCOB 0.9 microLED Panels for main video wall display
  • 2 x 3×3 Absen KLCOB 0.9 microLED Panels for two further demo video wall displays
  • BT9340-ABS Absen dvLED Videowall Mount from B-Tech Mounts
  • 2 x ELITE_AIR consoles from SPF and Fountainhead

With the vast increase in the volumes of video data now required in today’s control rooms, Datapath says there are huge challenges around how critical information is made available to operators in and out of the control room. As the data volume increases, solutions like Datapath’s Aetria are needed to help operators make sense of it, allowing ‘anything, anywhere’ video management.

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Managing video processing and content in the Datapath Control Room demo area will be VSN 1172 video wall controller with Datapath capture and graphics cards installed.

Five Aligo QTX and 18 x Aligo RX100 will manage seamless KVM operations, with four Arqa TX and eight Arqa RX units working alongside to transmit and receive video data.

Datapath also says a pair of Aetria Network Managers will show the immense scalability of Aetria, being operated on two workstations. Datapath’s Aetria Touch Tablet will be demonstrated for the first time to showcase ease of use of Aetria’s core features.