Atlona In the News
ISE 2020 will mark the European debut of Atlona’s OmniStream 111 Wallplate (AT-OMNI-111-WP), a single-channel networked AV encoder. It delivers the core features and performance of Atlona’s AT-OMNI-111 AV over IP encoder into a compact, two-gang wallplate form factor, enabling, says Atlona, convenient, discreet installation wherever an AV source connection is required.
Dr. Gregory Mirsky, OmniStream product manager, discusses VR in commercial, education and medical applications in Installation Magazine. Also discussed is Atlona’s groundbreaking VR over IP demonstration using OmniStream proves its ability to support virtual reality resolutions with a 90 Hz refresh rate.
The All-IP meeting space architecture overcomes the limitations of legacy wired audiovisual systems in favor of optimal flexibility, simplified integration and infinite scalability available through a facility’s existing data networking infrastructure.
In Germany, citizens must be trained in first aid as a prerequisite to obtaining a driver’s licence, and many occupations also require employees to take such courses. The German Red Cross (Deutsches Rotes Kreuz) offers first aid training to the public in many cities across the country.
Atlona, a Panduit company, announces the immediate availability of Velocity 2.0, the next generation of the AV industry’s first fully IP-enabled platform for AV control, room scheduling, and asset management. The latest Velocity System platform offers a flexible new architecture to support various room and application requirements – several of which Atlona will demonstrate within its ISE 2020 stand (5-T50).
Atlona will bolster its HDVS Series of enterprise-grade PTZ cameras at ISE 2020 next month, with two new models that simplify connectivity. The new models offer HDBaseT and HDMI outputs, providing integrators with flexible options to build systems for conferencing and other applications inside meeting spaces, training rooms, and classrooms.