Crestron to preview DigitalMedia solutions and enterprise presentation technologies at ISR 2016

posted on Thursday, 20th October 2016 by David Slater

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Crestron will be showcasing its DigitalMedia range at ISR 2016. Visitors to the enterprise technology show will preview the company’s latest DM solutions for small meeting rooms and huddle spaces, alongside other professional AV technologies. A ‘DM wall’ will demonstrate DigitalMedia features and benefits, to illustrate Crestron’s capabilities when using fibre, copper, or streaming.

Crestron will unveil new fibre units at the event, including the DMF-CI-8, a rack-mounted unit which extends 4K video signals over fibre optic cable, while adding 4K fibre inputs/outputs to a DM switcher.

ISR will also be one of the first places to experience Crestron’s new Avia DSPs and software tool which aim to simplfy audio programming, tuning, expansion, and integration.

Delegates will be able to get a hands-on with the DMPS3-4K-150-C, which downscales DigitalMedia for the small to medium sized meeting space or classroom. This UHD presentation switcher and control solution integrates a control system, multi-format switcher, 4K video scaler, mic preamp, and audio DSP into one compact device that mounts under a conference table or in an equipment rack. The unit also supports Crestron Connect It functionality.

Demonstrations on how to manage HDCP content switching and streaming over copper and fibre, breakaway audio switching and enhanced video wall processing and control, will also be provided.

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On display will be the DGE-100 and DM-DGE-200-C duo, which provides multi-format video processing, display control, dynamic onscreen graphics, and direct communication with Crestron Fusion. The DM-DGE-200-C features a DM input and supports 4K video in and out. 

Crestron’s HD-MD-400-C-E will also make an appearance on the booth. Designed as a cost-effective multimedia presentation solution for classrooms and meeting spaces, it allows a laptop or mobile device to be connected to one of three inputs at a table or podium, and routes the signal to a display or projector up to 230 feet (70 metres) away. Any additional AV sources can be connected at the display device location or through an optional wall plate. Built-in scaling ensures an optimal video image for SD and HD video signals, as well as for high-res computer signals.

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Attendees will also have the opportunity to test drive the TS-1542  15.6-inch touchscreen.  Suitable for installation on a wall, table top, or VESA mount, it features dual-window HD streaming video display, annotation, voice recognition, web browsing, and Rava SIP Intercom. 

Also certain to attract interest is Pyng, Crestron’s compact connected hub. Once the initial set up is complete, anyone can easily modify settings or create new scenes from the app. Crestron Pyng encourages owners to make changes to scenes and settings themselves, safe in the knowledge that their integrator can restore to an automatic cloud backup if they wish to undo any adjustments.

ISR 2016 runs November 1-3 at the Forum, Moscow.

David Slater

David Slater started his writing career with SVI writing a
popular column, he has also guested on publications like Home Cinema Choice and
Living North

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