Densitron To Show Display Monitors At NAB

At NAB, Densitron will expand its UReady display series and monitors ranging in size from 13.3-inches to 28.5-inches.

Densitron will expand its range of Modular-Hybrid Control Surfaces. These include UReady 2RU Touch Control Surface, Ethernet Connected Monitor, with embedded Aurora SBX ARM quad-core computer. This is a pre-configured or customizable, modular, hybrid platform enabling HMI via tactile objects, haptics and electro-mechanical components.

Densitron will introduce multiple new features contained in the latest software release, IDS 7, which includes improved user management, licensing options; enhanced security; a revised user interface and updates for third-party interfaces. 

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