It has been announced that Densitron (Hall 8, Stand C07) is returning to IBC with new, advanced variants to its UReady family of TFT rackmount displays and a rich selection of monitors ideal for mixing desk and studio use as it continues to make major inroads within the broadcast sector.
IBC visitors will be able to witness how Densitron’s established technical excellence in the design and manufacture of displays is now benefiting broadcast applications within the stands three zones: Rack, Mixing desk and Studio.
Launched earlier in 2018, Densitron’s UReady TFT rackmount display range for easy, seamless integration into 1U, 2U and 3U rackmount systems will welcome new variants to the family. These aim to fill a gap in the market and reduce rack space within a broadcast environment.
Demonstrated on stand at IBC the UReady range will expand to be suitable for 3U racks, and will also show how Densitron has updated its haptic touch technology, to integrate with mechanical buttons for us.
Mixing desk and control room zone
Densitron is showcasing a number of open frame monitors, in particular three new sizes of bar-cut TFT displays, which make the most efficient use of space at mixing desks, without any compromise on resolution. With touchscreen functionality, these monitors offer equipment manufacturers exceptional flexibility, as they can standalone, be wall mounted, tilted or even put on a pole where sight lines are raised.
Densitron monitors also benefit from the company’s new colour matching system, recently introduced at its Taiwan facility. This ensures all monitors consistently display the same tone, depth and contrast, offering the highest level of user experience. In addition, this area will demonstrate Densitron’s in-house designed, fanless x86 PC systems for high performance in a quiet control room environment.
IPE partnership and studio zone
Densitron will once again be sharing its stand with its partner, IPE Technologies, the designer and provider of hardware and software solutions to major global broadcasters. Densitron and IPE are working closely on projects and will be showcasing IDS integrated into the popular bar/cut monitors from Densitron’s offering.
Chris Goodhall, Densitron’s Global Business Development Director, stated: “Almost 12 months on from IBC 2017, Densitron has gone from introducing prototypes to the market, where in this time we gained crucial user feedback, to now being able to showcase real production models, highlighting our dedication to respond to the sector’s demands.
“By investing in the development of original touch and display technologies at our production facility in Taiwan, as well as our partner relationships, we are continuing to address gaps in the industry. We’ve created products designed to allow broadcast users to have a more streamlined and efficient workflow, whether that’s through instant button feedback or clearer screen displays, to ensure our solutions easily integrate into their day-to-day roles.”