The multiviewing tool can display and operate up to 26 video sources on a single monitor.
With G&D’s PersonalWorkplace-Controller, users can display, arrange, and operate multiple sources on one monitor. This way, each user will be able to individually design their own workstation and operate it with just one mouse and one keyboard.
The PersonalWorkplace-Controller allows multiple video signals to be displayed on just one large monitor or multiple displays, giving users the option of individually configuring their workspace with different computer sources.
Users can simultaneously and flexibly access all the data they need. Displaying multiple computer sources in real time on one large monitor, and thus providing latency-free operation of multiple computers from a single console facilitates work processes immensely. In addition, the high image quality and unlimited flexibility in arranging sources provide great added value. This allows active work areas and monitoring areas to be ergonomically set up on larger screens.
This tool can display and operate up to 26 video sources on a single monitor, with users benefiting from an almost unlimited flexible layout with high image quality up to 4K60. G&D offers three variants of the PersonalWorkplace-Controller to be used in different fields of application: Basic KVM, Pro KVM, and Pro Video. The “Basic KVM” variant lets you operate up to seven sources. In an application, where four users need to operate up to 14 sources, the “Pro KVM” variant is the best fit.
The “Pro Video” device can be used to manage a video wall and to display up to 26 physical video inputs on one or multiple monitors. Here, too, it is possible to flexibly arrange and scale different types of content.
In addition to displaying physical sources, the PersonalWorkplace-Controller can also be utilized for showing virtual content in hybrid structures. Images, texts or video are output via streaming protocols. Apart from physical outputs, there is also the option of streaming; the content from video walls or personal workspaces can be accessed on different output devices, such as a laptop, smartphone or tablet.
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