If you are in the market for a new video wall display for your command control center, your mission center or your tactical operation center, you have a long list of models to choose from. As long as your budget allows, you need to get the very best model possible with the best features, the most durable engineering and the crispest color and contrast available. You need one that has been engineered for high reliability and self calibration, too. There are high end models that are able to be installed into a highly secured command control center with almost no support at all required from outside personnel. Simple setup and reliable performance are only two qualities of some of the best video systems available.
There are some control room video wall displays that use automatic brightness balancing and smart color technologies to output brilliant video pictures. Not only that, but traditionally the lamps of these systems have been the most fragile, but the best models use special technology and lamps that are made to be strong and reliable instead of weak and fragile. Having a brightness balancing technology integrated into the systems helps to maintain brightness uniformity from one end of the control room video wall to the other. Some of these systems measure each cubes brightness every two seconds, and they adjust the entire wall so that every inch of it matches the lowest brightness level. The best part about this feature is that it is done electronically, which means that there are no moving parts or failure points, either. And of course, the fewer failure points, the less chance of breakdown there will be in the system.
Some of the lamp and color technologies that are used utilize a memory chip with the purpose of storing factory measured color specifications of the lamp and wheel cartridge. Once again, the measurement is automatic, and is calibrated to match the rest of the command control center displays. The technological advancements that are used in the best systems reflect years of research and engineering.
Image quality is one of the biggest concerns with these systems, so you are going to want a unit that has a very high screen brightness and contrast ratio. You will be able to have a variety of ambient lighting conditions from low light to high office lighting without any noticeable difference in the quality of the overall display because of the high brightness that your new command control center and video display will have.