VuWall says these solution bundles are optimised for 24/7 mission-critical control room and crisis room environments such as traffic surveillance facilitates and network operation centres in the transportation sector.
VuWall offers a hybrid approach which allows customers to mix IP and IT sources on a single controller, customise screen arrangements and sizes, and mix display technology such as LED and LCD.
The combined solution maintains source-to-glass pixel integrity for dependable video quality, the company adds.
VuWall claims its VuScape video wall processor distributes a hybrid array of content sources to any display or video wall with flexibility and a full-featured management software.
According to VuWall, a single VuScape can power up to 96 displays and capture up to 40x 4K sources and mix baseband & IP sources such as IP cameras, websites, RSS feeds or desktop applications.
Paul Vander Plaetse, CEO at VuWall, says the partnership brings integrators “peace of mind with a control room in a box solution while end users benefit from easily controlling what they see and when they need to see it, with pristine image quality”.
Samsung offers a range of display technology, such as direct view LED, video walls and desktop monitors to help users create a control room environment that fits their space and budget requirements.
Samsung's video wall displays are expected to offer optimal brightness, high resolution and long-lasting performance in any environment.