Provider of visual display and control room systems, Christie, has announced that it has won the InAVation award for Most InAVative Commercial Display, for its Entero LED video wall solution. The InAVation awards, now in their fourth year, are part of the Integrated Systems Europe Exhibition, held in Amsterdam. Christie’s Entero came top of the category for display systems that are designed for command and control center environments. The award winners are selected from a total of over 14,000 votes cast across all the categories by professional Audio Visual industry professionals worldwide.
The Entero is the world’s first LED-based SXGA+ and WUXGA resolution projection display system, purpose built for control room and video wall applications. The system is a new, LED-illuminated, 1-chip DLP product line that features a ‘zero maintenance’ design. The LEDs are rated at more than 60,000 hours - almost seven years of operation. With no consumable components, such as lamps, filters or color wheels to replace, the Christie LED unit delivers uninterrupted, 24/7 performance for exceptional reliability and low cost of ownership. It demonstrates a new development in reliable, high-performance videowall solutions that are easier to maintain and more economical to operate.
David Griffiths, Christie’s EMEA market development manager for control rooms, says, “This award is a great reflection upon the Christie design process, which in the case of Entero, has brought together a product packed with groundbreaking industry firsts, designed to combat many of the still-remaining challenges of video wall application technology particularly in critical 24/7 environments. We are very pleased to receive this award.”
15 February 2010
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