Delta Electronics will unveil what it terms the 'world’s first' ultra-bright Laser-based Digital Light Processing (DLP) video wall at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2015, featuring brightness of up to 1,800lm and energy savings of up to 10%. Delta will also demonstrate its advanced vision control systems, Distributive Vision Control System (DVCS) and MiNiCON, which turn the company's video walls into display and monitoring solutions for always-on applications.
Delta is to showcase its adaptable, customisable Industry Intelligent Monitoring Management System, iPEMS, integrating IoT technology with Delta’s DVCS. iPEMS enables monitoring of more than 10m supervision points in real-time, high-resolution visualisation with intuitive SCADA graphics and with big data mining and analysis capabilities. These features have, for example, become a valuable support for effective decision-making processes within the industrial operations of a major oil & gas firm in Mainland China, thus helping realize significant improvements in both operational and energy efficiency.
Delta's integration of advanced software and hardware display technologies will be displayed at ISE 2015 through the showcase of its adaptable, expandable, IP-based DVCS and the embedded MiNiCON vision control systems which, combined with video walls, represent a total display solution for mission-critical, control-room and broadcasting applications. The Ultra Slim Cube Series video wall features WUXGA (Wide Ultra XGA, 1920x1200) resolution, super-efficient LED light engines, auto alignment, and auto colour calibration. The hot swappable power supplies of the Ultra Slim Cube Series ensure high transfer efficiency and reduce power consumption by more than 10% as compared to standard cubes, according to Delta.
In addition, Delta will offer a sneak preview of its narrow bezel LED LCD video walls, featuring the slimmest bezel in the market. These video walls allow a seamless connection between each display to create a powerful, high-impact visual experience for viewers. For business and education applications, Delta’s WX displays will demonstrate how multiple users can access and share content on a super-large digital canvas simultaneously by using their own mobile devices over an existing WiFi or Ethernet network. Bright, high-impact 1.8 and 4mm indoor LED displays and LCD Monitors are to be showcased at the front of Delta’s booth, delivering visual excitement in both indoor and outdoor environments. Delta will exhibit the aforementioned display & monitoring solutions during ISE 2015 at booth 9-F111, Amsterdam RAI, from 10th to 12th February, 2015.