Feb. 28, 2022 - It’s very common to have large display systems in control rooms to monitor and manage mission-critical environments. For decades, the quality of the control room might have been measured by the size of the display wall. However, today the meaning of those large displays is judged by an additional factor: their efficiency.
Operators need to control more data, and decision-makers need a comprehensive overview of their critical environment. Hence, image processing technologies for videowalls become more crucial to understand their environment’s performance and efficiency fully.
Whether you plan to modernize or construct a new control room, designers have to consider many factors that will affect their end product. Small or large, the videowall processor will be the heart of the operation and will be an essential investment. Designing a control room for today’s needs is one thing, but will it be ready for tomorrow’s challenges?
We are aware that no control room is the same. Jupiter Systems considers all aspects of redundancy and expandability in the future. This is where our videowall processors shine because they combine affordability, efficiency, capability, and longevity into one. Therefore, no other processor is more ideal in the long term.
Jupiter Systems is far ahead in this industry when sustainability and being future-proven are considered, with over 25,000 installations worldwide.
Whether you need an installation with redundancy requirements, network-based distribution systems, or conventional centralized systems, Jupiter can construct it all. Please reach out to email@example.com for any questions and projects you may have.
Check out our full line of displays and video wall processors below to see what products can be best suited for your mission-critical space: