EIZO Announces Re/Vue Mini Upgrade with Support for Higher Resolution Recording and Compression

EIZO today announced the release of a technical advancement to its Re/Vue Mini, a digital recording and compression solution for Air Traffic Control (ATC) and defense markets.
The upgrade provides the capability of lossless recording and compression of digital video signals of up to 4096 x 2160 by synchronizing two Re/Vue Mini solutions. The Re/Vue Mini can now be used to record larger monitors with higher resolutions, such as the EIZO DuraVision FDH3601 (36"W) and the RadiForce LS560W (56"W) enhancing EIZOs position as a complete supplier of visual solutions for the ATC and defense markets. This is particularly important, given the changing nature of video display technology to higher resolution monitors in these environments.
EIZO ReVue_mini@100With this technical advancement, EIZO is positive this will greatly enhance its product range for future ATC and defense solutions. EIZO has appointed a business development manager dedicated exclusively to the Re/Vue series, Mr. David Hindon.


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David comments; 'As a manufacturer of ATM visual solutions for more than twenty years, EIZO has thrived by listening to our customers. Our core expertise in visual display technology ensures that we are well positioned to adapt to the changing needs of video recording in the ATM market and this latest enhancement is testament to this. We will continue to develop our products to meet market requirements as they inevitably evolve'.
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