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The constant evolution of AV is giving rise to a revolution in control rooms, redefining their functionality and efficiency.


Advanced AV integration is setting a milestone by providing more complete and efficient sensory experiences for control room operators.


Advancements in the evolution of AV in control rooms

Audiovisual technology has brought about a radical change in the way control rooms operate. This transformation, in addition to focusing on data visualization, incorporates auditory components to create a more immersive and enriching experience for operators.


New horizons with cutting-edge AV technology

The latest advances include 4K/Quad HD AVoIP transmitters, which not only process single 4K sources but also manage multiple independent HD sources. This flexibility provides more advanced and dynamic management of visual resources, improving responsiveness and operational efficiency in control rooms.


IP encoding and distribution: amplified security and versatility

The addition of IP encoding/decoding technologies represents a step forward in security and versatility. These solutions not only ensure lossless visual transmission but can also encode content in h.264 or h.265 formats, addressing the growing needs of corporate security.Salas control 1 HI

Enhanced operational flexibility with multi-head technology

Workstations have evolved to support sources with multiple graphic outputs (multi-head), giving operators greater control and freeing up space on desks. This improvement, in addition to optimizing the visual layout in control rooms, offers additional flexibility in source management.


Energy efficiency and comprehensive remote control

Energy efficiency has reached new levels with the ability to remotely power off, restart, and start videowall controllers through Wake-on-LAN. This functionality, managed from a command center, facilitates the installation and configuration of remote controllers and contributes to efficient energy savings when systems are not in use.


Sensory integration in critical process monitoring

Audiovisual integration is not limited to data visualization; now, operators can listen and analyze associated auditory information. This complete sensory experience enhances perception and understanding of processes, enabling a quicker and more effective response to critical situations.


Future perspectives of AV integration in control rooms

Industry experts highlight that this evolution in audiovisual technology integration represents a significant step toward more intuitive and efficient systems.


This trend is expected to continue expanding in various industries, from traffic management to energy facilities, marking a new era of audiovisual monitoring for critical process control.