LYNX Technik Announce New Centralized Software; LynxCentraal

LYNX Technik, provider of modular signal processing interfaces for the Broadcast and Professional AV markets, announces LynxCentraal, its new centralized software tool for management of its entire hardware portfolio.

Serving to unify the LYNX Technik suite of software solutions, LynxCentraal combines the functionality of its three software tools; APPolo, yelloGUI and greenGUI applications into a new solution. By consolidating the functions (as well as adding new features) of these software tools under a single software system, user management is instantly simplified. Previously, users would require three different software systems to operate their LYNX Technik installations. Now, a single software can be used alongside the LYNX Technik greenMachine, yellobrik and Series 5000 hardware.

Features of the software have been designed to offer enhanced operational efficiency and ease-of-use. It is now possible for users to control all aspects of operator permissions and accessible features. Users can create & build customized virtual software control interfaces (and templates) with easy to use drag-and-drop controls and elements. The customized control interfaces can be shared with multiple users and redundant file sharing makes storing and using data such as these custom control designs as well as operator settings convenient and seamless.

Other new features include; an enhanced user-interface for navigating and editing device parameters; improved yellobrik discovery and editing of parameter settings; dark and light modes for the software interface; redesigned CustomControl tool; in-application help is now available for the first time.

LynxCentraal is the heart of a centralized control system which can easily be expanded to grow with your system. From a single rack to literally hundreds of racks located in different locations, the system can be easily used for controlling small or large Series 5000, greenMachine or yellobrik system installations.

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