Analog Way will be showcasing its latest solutions and innovations for professional AV applications in Booth #943 at InfoComm 2017, June 14-16 at the Orange County Convention Center. In addition, the company will be supporting five vendor partners at the show with products, setup and peripherals to demonstrate Analog Way equipment at work in large-scale displays.
In the Analog Way booth VIO 4K, a powerful, multi-format converter, will be featured in a three-screen Multi Display setup with a live 4K@60p 4:4:4 demo. Engineered to be road-hardened to survive demanding live event environments, it provides worry-free operation with maximum uptime and low maintenance. VIO 4K features an exclusive high-quality processing engine to ensure crisp and natural images, whatever the source and the scaling level are, while maintaining ultra-low latency processing as low as 1 frame. The product includes three slots for optional I/0 interfaces to provide optimum versatility and double or triple the output capability of the VIO 4K. It is designed to process a single source currently to all three outputs. The latest firmware supports the 4K@60p 4:4:4-DP 1.2 and HDMI 2.0 expansion card, which is now shipping. VIO 4K is also available with a Dante audio interface supporting up to 8 bi-directional Dante audio channels.
Analog Way’s new RCU, a remotely controllable master controller for large displays in arenas, stadiums and corporate lobbies, will be shown as part of the company’s customized packages for large-scale configurations. RCU is able to control dozens of switchers based on Analog Way’s LiveCoreTM platform, providing up to 96 outputs, a large number of sources and over 500 PIPs with high-end real time processing and advanced video effects. RCU can also control various external devices, including media servers, PTZ cameras and matrix routers. The extremely reliable hardware runs in any mission-critical environment and can be remotely operated and adapted to automated environments.
One portion of Analog Way’s booth spotlights LED wall applications and features the Ascender 48 – 4K – PL LiveCoreTM multi-screen, seamless switcher with Soft Edge and 4K capabilities; Web RCS Remote Control Software for intuitive show control; the Control Box2 event controller; and AW Video Compositor for touchscreen LiveCoreTM control.
On display in the booth’s concert and entertainment section is Analog Way’s Vertige premium remote controller for large events and multiple venues. Vertige controls Analog Way products and offers third-party device control for maximum efficiency.
Analog Way will also exhibit its MidraTM family of products, including the Pulse2-3G high-resolution seamless switcher; RCS2 optimized Remote Control Software; RK-350 event controller; and Shot Box2 for controlling presets on LiveCoreTM and MidraTM products.
Analog Way is pleased to announce that its powerful and versatile solutions will be employed by five vendor partners at InfoComm 2017.
SiliconCore, in Booth #4660, will use two linked Ascender 48 – 4K – PLs and an Alcorn McBride control system to provide scaling and source switching among four of SiliconCore’s 4K and 2K LED walls.
Unilumin, in Booth #921, will also deploy two linked Ascender 48 – 4K – PLs for scaling and source switching among three of Unilumin’s 4Kx2K and 2K LED walls.
Panasonic, in Booth #1301, will tap three Ascender 48 – 4K – PLs, a Vertige and Alcorn McBride GUI for scaling and source switching a 3×3 LCD display wall.
DPI, in Booth #931, will use a single Ascender 48 – 4K – PL in tandem with the company’s first 1080p LED wall.
And Danley Sound Lab, in Booth #5774, will use a VIO 4K and Prima HDBaseT extenders to scale for LED in their audio demo room.
Back at the Analog Way booth, information will also be available on the Analog Way Academy, the company’s hands-on training facility in metro-Atlanta.
About Analog Way
Analog Way is an innovation-driven designer and manufacturer specializing in computer and video signal processing and distribution. Since 1989, Analog Way has developed and manufactured a wide range of equipment dedicated to Professional Audio Visual applications, including mixers and seamless switchers, event controller and high-end image processing products.
Analog Way’s products are used around the globe in major venues, boardrooms, control rooms, museums, hospitals, houses of worship, and military installations. Major international broadcast organizations, including national TV stations, ENG/production houses, and post-production studios have relied on Analog Way’s advanced technologies for more than a decade.
Analog Way’s Headquarters, research, design, and production are located in France, where the company was founded. Its products are distributed by the company’s direct sales offices (USA, Singapore, United Kingdom, Italy and Germany) and through an extensive network of distributors, dealers and representatives. Analog Way’s American Headquarters is located in metropolitan Atlanta.
For more information visit www.analogway.com.