IP-CCTV video wall

January 2010 News

IndigoVision, represented locally by Norbain, has released video wall software that allows professional fully-featured IP-CCTV control room video walls to be built to any size, at a fraction of the cost of other dedicated display products.

Based on Control Center, the company’s security management software, video walls can be constructed with complete scalability using any PC monitor type (CRT, LCD and plasma), with standard or high definition wide-screen format. The video wall is driven using slave Control Center workstations, each of which manages up to four monitors. Up to 98 slaves can be controlled over the IP network from an unlimited number of master Control Center workstations. Each monitor can display up to 25 video panes, allowing video walls with up to 9800 panes to be constructed.

On large sites multiple video walls can be deployed in different control rooms, all accessing the same video from any camera or network video recorder (NVR), no matter where they are located. This is achieved because IndigoVision’s architecture is completely distributed.

The video wall supports the Control Center black screen monitoring mode, where video is only displayed on alarm. This method of operation is recognised as providing a more efficient operator environment that leads to quicker incident response.

IndigoVision has also won the Security Manufacturer of the Year category at this year’s Security Excellence Awards held at London’s Hilton Park Lane Hotel on 22 October. IndigoVision beat off stiff competition to win this award for the second year running. The winner of Security Manufacturer of the Year was chosen by the industry using an online vote.


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