When viewing a large number of cameras from a central dispatch, it's helpful to have multiple large monitors allowing everyone to view the same images. The Video Insight Video Wall application will automatically display a group of cameras, distributed over multiple monitors, allowing operators to interact by changing the layout and pushing cameras to specific monitors.

Key Benefits

  • Auto Starts & uses full screen for attached monitors
  • Allows users to display cameras for all group users
  • Build a video wall with up to 64 monitors

Features

  • Auto Start
  • Full Screen auto position
  • Each instance can support up to 8 monitors


  • View up to 36 cameras per grid
  • Cycle any number of layouts
  • Control display from Monitor Station control panel



Video Wall Configuration
Video Wall (15 x 52-in monitors)

"For district-wide surveillance, which is monitored by the Alvin ISD Police Department, Colwell has constructed an impressive video wall (pictured) with 15 large 52-inch monitors in the police dispatch center"

Read about this video wall in the case study from Alvin ISD

System Requirements

  • Windows XP Professional
  • Windows 7
  • Windows Server 2008
  • .Net 3.5

  • 200 MB free disk space
  • Intel i7 processor recommended
  • 2 GB memory
  • 1 GB video card


Video Wall Diagram

Video Wall Diagram - 12 Displays and Centralized IP server

Used By Companies of All Sizes

Panasonic, Sony, Axis, D-link, Pelco