VuWall will debut its new ControlVu touch panel for a multi-video wall management platform and new VuScape video wall controllers with KVM support at ISE 2020. The company will also show its video wall solutions that allow operators and managers to “control what they see” on its ISE stand (15-K250) in Amsterdam next month.
The new VuScape is a video wall controller aimed at control rooms, collaboration rooms and corporate signage. The latest version claims collaboration and KVM support in addition to its existing video wall control functionality. With VuScape, users can control and distribute all content sources to any display on the network. At ISE 2020, VuWall will showcase the new functionality of VuScape’s control software, VuWall2, featuring automation enhancements, including a new carousel for IP streams, color detection, TLS security, new VMS plug-ins and full KVM support of IP sources.
VuWall’s new 15-inch ControlVu touch panel will also make its debut at ISE 2020, alongside the 10-inch model already on the market. The series features the company’s web-based control panel designer.
VuWall will also demonstrate the new security capabilities available within the innovative TRx 2.5 centralized management solution for configuring and operating multiple video walls, multiviewers, encoders and decoders. TRx claims to simplify the deployment of complex AV-over-IP networks. The latest version of the software adds three new security features: Transport Layer Security (TLS) between the TRx GUI and TRx Server, improved user rights management and additional KVM modes.
ISE attendees will benefit from a demo of VuWall’s new range of VuStream encoders and decoders that support H.264 and SDVoE (Software Defined Video-over-Ethernet) standards. These solutions allow high-quality video streams to be delivered across an organization’s network. The VuStream series includes a range of appliances available in various form factors, resolutions, and performance features. Each appliance is compatible with VuScape controllers and can be centrally configured and managed by TRx.
Here’s a video we shot of the VuWall at ISE 2020: