Densitron will showcase a major software update for its Intelligent Display System (IDS), as well as its latest tactile technologies and universal control surfaces.
Densitron will highlight its continuing broadcast industry success and present its latest hardware and software display & control innovations at IBC 2022. Visitors will be able to learn about Densitron’s groundbreaking Tactile Technologies – including the new Haptic 10.1 modular solution – and the latest software update for its acclaimed Intelligent Display System (IDS), as well as its innovative ODM+ design & manufacturing service.
The company will showcase its complete line of Tactile Technologies that are designed to enhance the functionality of its touchscreens. These technologies include the well-established Tactila Suite – which provides integrated on-screen buttons, knobs and faders – as well as integrated off-screen controls enabled by Densitron’s DensiSDK and JogDial technologies, and a newer line of haptics solutions which create feedback sensations that can be profiled and localised.
New for IBC 2022 is a modular haptics product, Haptics 10.1, that can be used in conjunction with medium-sized touchscreens.”
Densitron will also be highlighting the 1- and 3-row versions of the UReady 2RU universal control surface. Incorporating 18 and 54 buttons respectively, the new variations benefit from full Ethernet connectivity, as well as Densitron’s X86 CPU architecture and an Intel Premium Processor N Series (N2400) with 1.1 GHz and 4GB RAM.
The IBC Show will also pay host to the first trade event presentation of IDS Cloud – the latest-generation software for the Intelligent Display System (IDS). IDS Cloud is able to run on-premise or on a private or public cloud, allowing the same studio environment to be controlled and managed instantly and seamlessly – to or from anywhere, at any time.
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