The SDVoE Alliance will feature a “simple demonstration” of two video systems at ISE 2020. One of the systems will be an SDVoE network, and the other is a traditional matrix switch design. Each system consists of four 4K displays arranged in a 2×2 video wall. A single touch panel and control system will drive both video systems simultaneously.
Key takeaways from the head-to-head SDVoE versus matrix switch set up will include what SDVoE says is proof that the alliance provides:
- Built-in multiview compositing capability without added hardware
- Synchronized video wall processing that eliminates image tearing and motion jitter
- Instant switching for seamless content transitions
- Source image preview on the touch panel
- Image scaling without the usual one or two-frame latency penalty
- A standardized API that makes it simple to manage SDVoE devices via legacy control systems
- Multi-vendor interoperability that reduces the risk of stranded investment as business needs change (A mix of hardware from Christie, NETGEAR, ZeeVee, Altimium, Aurora Multimedia, DVIGear, IDK, Kramer and Black Box will all be part of the SDVoE network.)
- Substantial cost saving for installation, maintenance, system changes and expansion
To see the demonstration, visit SDVoE at ISE (RAI Amsterdam, Feb. 11-14, stand 1-F40).