Video Wall Market Growth

 

PixelPLUS an LED video wall screen supplier in Dubai has reported Worldwide LED video wall will reach $4.1 Billion by 2027 Amid the COVID-19 emergency, the worldwide LED market for video wall is evaluated at US$2.6 Billion in the year 2020, is anticipated to reach an about US$4.1 Billion by 2027, developing at a growth rate of 6.9% over the period 2020-2027. The indoor market is analyzed in the report, is anticipated to record 6.3% growth and reach US$1.7 Billion in the same period. After a study of the trade PixelPLUS suggests that the outdoor portion of the market will grow 7.3% for the next 7-year period.

 

 

 

Enhance Your Meeting with IPTEC Ultra-wide Integrated Video Walls

 

Businesses have struggled with the problem of poor access to visual assets for decades. Either they use a wireless projector of poor quality or they struggle with conventional LED devices that present challenges such as rigid hardware specifications, constant cabling and complicated designs. IPTEC LED empowers today’s businesses to access the visual advertising value.

 

 

Introducing the IPTEC Integrated Video Wall

IPTEC has been rapidly transforming meetings with cutting edge AV technology in the UK. Using LED screens had been a problem in conference rooms. The screen’s weight, size, and cabling specifications have become too much to deal with. IPTEC addresses the problem with a lightweight, narrow pixel and Video Wall which is easy to mount.

 

A Cutting edge Solution for Business Displays

 

Narrow pixel Technology

IPTEC  provides leading technologies for the Narrow pixel pitch (P1.2, P1.3, P1.4, P1.5, P1.9, P2.5).  It is ultra-thin at thickness of 
28.8 mm, and lightweight at just 4.8 kg. That’s 30 % lighter than the average industry.

 

Stand-alone Functionality

Quick experience on plug-and-play. The design of the 3-in-1 board includes an integrated HUB board, receipt card and power supply. The system also contains the 
Android operating the system, making it easy to navigate and run.

 

Optimum ease of use
 
No complicated IT configuration required. The IPTEC LED Wall plug-and-play includes user-friendly UI, a remote control operation, automatic setup and one-button fast start feature.
 
Quick Maintenance & Service
 
IPTEC facilitates individual wall tiles hot-swapping and provides users with 
access to one-stop technical service and assistance anytime they need it.

Hyperloop One Signed AI Research Agreement with UAE University

The UAE based Mohamed bin Zayed Artificial Intelligence University (MBZUAI) has signed an agreement with California-based Virgin Hyperloop to explore a variety of high-tech AI projects, both of which were revealed Tuesday.

MBZUAI and Hyperloop announced in a statement that they would engage members of both teams to pursue three core goals: joint fundamental work on several primary AI domains, such as computer vision, as well as cloud computing initiatives and commercial ventures in the smart transport industry

 

First VTOL drone developed by UAE is launched

 

ADASI, the regional leader in autonomous systems and services, officially launched
the drone Garmousha for vertical take-off and landing (VTOL) in an agreement with the UAE Armed Forces Headquarters.

 

 

The drone is a light military unmanned aircraft with a high definition camera designed to carry 100 kg over a six-hour period and 150 km.
It saves manned helicopters for critical missions and can also be used to detect leaks from gas pipelines, to monitor infrastructure, and to search and rescue.  

 

NGC Aerospace & UAE’s National Space Science and Technology Centre to Jointly Develop Earth-Observing Satellite Flight Software

 

strategic agreement has been signed between the United Arab Emirates (UAE) National Space Science and Technology Center (NSSTC), United Arab Emirates University (UAEU) and NGC Aerospace, and the joint development of the flight software for HyperSpectral Earth observation satellite has been initiated.

 

This long –term partnership, announced on 13 February 2020, will provide the capacity of the NSSTC and the UAEU to improve the navigation, guidance and control system that enables satellite high autonomy and agility based on innovative technologies developed by NGC over the last 18 years.

 

 

The first floating solar power plant in Abu Dhabi

 

Abu Dhabi: This week in Abu Dhabi, the first floating solar power plant in the UAE will commence energy production. Located off Nurai Island, a 15-minute boat ride from the UAE capital, the floating solar panels will provide an additional 80 kilowatts of solar energy to the nearby resort of Zaya Nurai, where the rooftop and ground-mounted photovoltaic (PV) systems already have 1,000 kilowatts.

   

The aim of the project is to pave the way for renewable energy solutions to float in the emirates.

 

 

CCTV Security System News – DVR Linux Security

IPTEC offers the rock solid operating system of Digital Video Recorders or DVR Linux Security. Our systems are complete standalone digital video systems that require nothing extra to run. They are not dependent on the Internet (although they can be used on the Internet if the owner chooses) and are therefore not subjected to hackers and other potential dangers.   Basically, today’s DVR market is segregated into two different groups according to operating systems, Linux or Windows based. Both operating systems have their pros and cons. For example, most people are familiar with the Windows operating environment and have very few or no problems using this software because of its familiarity.
On the other hand, Linux has proved itself to be a more stable operating environment; its functions are stable enough that seldom does one encounter screen freezes, repeated boot-ups, etc. What’s more is that the Linux OS handles different functions through the kernel in a different way compared to Windows. This creates a faster system that is even closer to UNIX (it actual parent system).
IPTEC considered these two systems and decided that Linux was the best operational choice. DVR Linux security offers most all of the functions of a Windows operating platform, but does so with greater speed and ease of use of its functions. When it comes to the functions of a DVR, this is extremely important because digital video processing places a heavy load on the CPU especially when recording, displaying, and storing eight different cameras at once for example. Actually the full name for the Linux OS is called GNU/Linux. Linux is actually the kernel. The kernel is the system program that allocates the machines (in our case the DVR) resources to the other programs that are being run. The actual operating system (OS) is called GNU. Linux handled tasks so quickly that until just recently held the title of OS for the fastest supercomputer system.   Gnu/Linux is a free operating system and was specifically designed that way back in its earliest days around the mid to late 1980?s. Linux uses a type of public domain free software license, making the system free to just about anyone who chooses to use it. Of course this brings another advantage to the table for IPTEC; using free Linux software saves the buyer money.
DVRs that offer special functions such as automatic operation of a Pan-Tilt-Zoom or PTZ camera for object following and tracking often use programs pre-compiled for the this function. The latest CODEC being used by the DVR Linux Security System is fully compatible and useable for cross platform capture. (Cross platform capture means the CODEC, which stands for COmpression/DECompression can run easily on either operating system. The CODEC reduces the size of the video file while maintaining its quality.) That CODEC is the H.264 CODEC.   For an example of cross platform use, a video image could be taken using a Linux based DVR but could also play back by using a computer with a different OS (like Windows for example). This is crucial because not only does the CODEC shrink the file (which occurs on the DVR Linux Security System) but it also decompresses the file so that it may be viewed on a Windows Operating System.   In addition to the embedded Linux OS, IPTEC’s DVR Linux security system also comes with an embedded web server. These DVRs can be set to alert you via e-mail based on a variety of triggers that you choose. Plus, you can access your system directly with another computer or by using your smartphone if you have one. This means you can have total access to your DVR Linux Security system anywhere in the world that you can receiver 3G or 4G smartphone/Internet services. www.iptecworld.com ; Source : http:// www. security cameraking .com/ securityinfo /

CCTV Security System News – Wide Dynamic Camera

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A wide dynamic camera conjures images of an incredibly large (In a horizontal direction) camera, somewhat like an oversized wide-angle lens. However, that’s not what a wide dynamic camera is at all. In fact, some ultra-small hidden covert cameras are also wide dynamic cameras. So just exactly what is the wide dynamic range of a camera? Read on to find out.   A wide dynamic camera is actually a camera with a highly specialized function to assist the image capture process. When cameras possess the circuitry to support this function we say that they have Wide Dynamic Range or WDR.   The whole idea behind this business of a wide dynamic camera is to produce a superior image, at least superior when compared to the image from an exact same camera that does not support WDR. WDR helps to provide clear video images under unbalanced, poor lighting conditions: Specifically, when the intensity of the light varies such that that there are incredibly bright and dark areas that appear simultaneously in the field of view (which is destined to become the video image) of the camera.   Overly dark areas and overly saturated light areas, especially over saturation of back lighting is the problem that the wide dynamic camera is trying to solve. The better the WDR of a camera the better video image produced under undesirable backlighting conditions and other over contrast conditions.   Specifically, a wide dynamic camera filters the intensely bright back light that may surround an object therefore enhancing the ability to distinguish features and shapes on the subject that were “washed” out by the intense bright light. The dynamic range of a camera is normally defined as the ratio of the brightest point of an image to the darkest point of the same image. Some also refer to this situation as “maximum contrast.”   In essence, what happens in this situation is the intensely bright (back) light is causing the camera to adjust itself to that particular condition. When this happens, the video image produced is a washed out image near the light source and everything else being to dark to recognize. This does not necessarily apply to images with steady light sources; it can occur when momentary intense light appears (for what ever reason) throwing the entire camera off balance.   Perhaps one of the best examples of a problem wide dynamic range is when a camera attempts to capture an image in front of a large storefront window. The object inside the store appears far too dark with the sunlight pouring through the front window and washing out the details of most of the field of view of the camera.   There are several different approaches to the solution of this problem and although each method’s goal is the same result (a balanced, detailed video image) the process they use to go about correcting the situation may be different. Basically there are two major methods or technical solutions that are used to correct the problem and there are additional methods that “hybridize” the process by combing the two basic methods.   The first solution is “multi-frame imaging.” Here the wide dynamic camera captures more than one frame of the field of view. Each of these frames possess their own dynamic range and the camera combines the different frames to produce one WDR image or frame.   The second solution is the use of non-linear sensors (generally logarithmic sensors) where the sensitivity level of the sensor at different light intensities also varies providing the capture of the field of view in one wide dynamic camera frame.   Combinations of the two methods just mentioned are also used. For example, they may include parallel capturing by more than one sensor using a common optical path. Here each sensor captures different levels of the dynamic range of the scene by either different exposures, different optical attenuation in the final optical path, or different sensor sensitivity. There are many more combination methods that may be used as well.   The key is that if you intend to use a camera that will be capturing areas of extremely high contrast or that are back lit by an extremely bright light, you’ll want a good wide dynamic camera to capture the image. www.iptecworld.com ; Source : http:// www. security cameraking .com/ securityinfo /