Demonstrating the Latest Application of LED Video Walls in the Command Center at I/ITSEC

Daktronics joins RGB Spectrum in I/ITSEC booth to demonstrate LED video wall command center applications.

At I/ITSEC (Interservice / Industry Training, Simulation and Education Conference) in December, we took the opportunity to team up with RGB Spectrum to demonstrate the latest LED display technology for command centers, simulators and after-action-review debriefing rooms.

I/ITSEC is the world’s largest modeling, simulation and training event that was held in Orlando Florida in 2019. It features peer-reviewed paper presentations, tutorials, professional workshops and a commercial exhibit hall where our booth was set up.

The booth featured a Daktronics 1.5-millimeter LED video wall powered by RGB Spectrums’ Galileo video wall processor. It showed how the technology can work together to show all the necessary and critical information through a secure system.

Currently, Daktronics can provide displays ranging from 1.2- to 2.5-millimeter line spacing for this type of application. Partnering with RGB Spectrum for this conference helped showcase the compatibility of our companies to deliver on these complex solutions.

RGB Spectrum’s processors and technology are used in simulation and training systems worldwide, includes missile testing applications and aircraft. While Daktronics products for this application are made in the USA using global parts to ensure quality and security, they pair with RGB for a tested and true complete solution.

ITSEC Release

For more information on the conference and RGB Spectrum, view their news release here. And for more information on what Daktronics can provide for command centers and other video wall applications, visit our webpage here.

 

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