Burnley-based eyevis UK has launched its high quality LED video walls into the corporate market to meet the demand for ultra-high resolution and extremely bright video walls.
The launch was marked by the announcement of a £1m deal to supply a 0.9mm LED video wall to a multi-national media client for its new European headquarters in the UK.
The name of the client has not been revealed by eyevis UK because of a confidentiality agreement.
The eyevis ePANEL product range offers high precision LED modules for seamless indoor video walls for the first time, making it the ideal solution for the corporate market.
eyevis UK said that corporate clients from across Europe were now enquiring about the LED solutions for a range of different projects.
All ePANEL products are designed to be used indoors, where high resolution video walls with small pixel pitch are in high demand. The modules are ideally suited for applications that require a pin-sharp, seamless and high-quality display of videos and images as in retail applications, TV studios, and now the new technology is allowing their use in mission-critical control rooms.
eyevis is a leading global manufacturer of intelligent control room video wall solutions.
These include industrial modular displays, LED illuminated rear projection and the narrowest bezel industrial LCDs; video wall controllers and video wall control software.
eyevis UK managing director Steve Murphy said: “The latest eyevis technology means that, for the first time, there is an indoor LED solution which provides the highest quality and resolution.
“We are delighted to launch this to the corporate market, where the potential applications for such a system are widespread. The sector is now becoming more aware of the possibilities and we are already getting a high number of enquiries.”
eyevis UK provides video display solutions and audio visual solutions to a range of clients.
Its equipment is installed across the UK in CCTV control rooms for local authorities, banks, road traffic monitoring, emergency services, blue chip retailers, security services, prisons and other Government buildings.
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