Control room display collaboration for oil and gas sector event

13 May 2014

Two suppliers of visualisation systems for the oil & gas industry are set to join forces to demonstrate a state-of-the-art control room display, designed for demanding process management and control room applications.

The Electrosonic Oil & Gas Technology Open Day event will be held in Aberdeen on June 4th and Mitsubishi Electric’s digital light processing (DLP) displays will be paired with a fibre-optic signal management solution from Thinklogical to demonstrate a turn-key application enabling operators to access critical data quickly and reliably.

Mitsubishi Electric has installed over 55,000 control room displays around the world and Thinklogical is a provider of secure keyboard/video/mouse (KVM) signal extension and switching systems for video-rich, big data computing applications for the oil and gas industry. Typical applications for both company’s products include operating centres, control rooms, training and simulation, 3D modelling and visualisation, security and surveillance.

Mitsubishi will be demonstrating a DLP cube application comprising of four 62WE Seventy Series displays. Each of the 62in cubes delivers 1920 x 1200 pixels, 1500:1 contrast ratio and up to 1100 cd/m² brightness. Mitsubishi’s air-cooled LED light source is said to require no servicing for its entire 80,000 to 100,000 hour lifespan, which allows it to offer over nine years of continuous, maintenance-free 24/7 operation.

The Seventy Series products enables users to select a variety of input card options to suit their requirements. Thinklogical manufactures its own compatible input card allowing it to connect directly with the displays. The card accepts dual 6.25 Gbps inputs through a set of LC fibre-optic connectors, eliminating the need for external fibre receivers, DVI cabling and associated power supplies for increased security and simpler, cleaner installations with fewer points of failure.

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