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Distributive Vision Control System

Network Based Control System – DVCS®

Delta’s Distributive Vision Control System (DVCS®) is one of the world’s most advanced Video-wall control systems designed specifically for control room visual display systems. Combining the latest advances in Digital Signal Processing (DSP) technology and with recent improvements in video encoding efficiency, the Delta IP based Control system, DVCS® for Video walls enables customers to capture, distribute, control and display high definition video sources over an IP network reliably and cost-effectively. 

The Network based control system, DVCS®, comprises input processors (RGB & Video) and output processors which are all connected over the LAN / over the IP network via a networker switch and industry standard CAT5 cable. This means that analog RGB/Video cable is no longer needed resulting in a much higher reliability. 
Video wall display set up and window configuration is fully controlled by the DVCS® ensuring source content is captured, processed, transmitted and displayed exactly as and where you want it. It also ensures perfect continuity of images across multiple Video wall cubes. Using proven server-grade computer technology, the DVCS® is capable of supporting large scale displays with up to 10,000 display units can be supported – each with up to 64 input sources– all in real time. 

Features

Exceptional Visual Quality

The Delta DVCS® incorporates a number of advanced processing technologies including state-of-the-art signal capturing, motion adaptive de-interlacing, high quality image scaling, 3D noise reduction, color dithering, color space conversion and IP stream transmission. The processors capture video signals at full resolution while retaining their original frame rate and color depth. These technologies combine to deliver exceptional image quality on the display with no signal degradation over long distances, round the clock, day in and day out.

Highly Flexible & Scalable

A display processor can be configured to display single or multiple sources in windows of any size. Alternatively, multiple display processors can be grouped together to drive a display wall of virtually any size with content spanning one or more walls. All signals are processed in real time, irrespective of the number of signals or the size of video display wall. Large scale displays with up to 10,000 display units can be supported each with up to 64 signals. Additional input or outputs can easily be added to the system as your needs change and grow.

100% Digital Network

The Delta DVCS® incorporates state-of-the-art DVCS® input processors which capture RGB and video signals from a range of input sources including computers and video cameras. The signals are processed and transmitted over the IP network via a 100/1000M Ethernet switch using standard CAT5 cabling and then displayed by DVCS® output display processors. All RGB and video signals are captured, processed, transmitted and displayed in digital format. This ensures all signal noise is completely avoided with no degradation in signal quality over long distances. Both input and output processors have dedicated bandwidth within the DVCS® network ensuring data transmission between the processors is completely independent of other communicating processors.

High Reliability

Designed with a distributive system structure, the DVCS® ensures the highest level of reliability. Furthermore, its embedded design makes the system ideal for 24/7 operation with no risk of computer viruses entering the system.

Simple System Installation

All input and output processors are connected via a standard, off-the-shelf CAT5 cables and hence no analog RGB/Video cable is needed. This makes the system design and installation process extremely simple and easy. Moreover, with a Browser/Server (B/S) structure, there is no need to install any software on client computers for DVCS® control.

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