Lightware Visual Engineering, is the signal management specialist, designs, manufactures, and delivers matrix switchers, extenders, and AV-over-IP systems for various AV projects, focusing on customer needs and exceptional service.
Lightware Visual Engineering will showcase its products at ISE 2024, the world’s leading AV and systems integration exhibition.
The company will showcase its Taurus UCX Dual Screen, Taurus TPX, and Taurus TPN, as well as other connectivity solutions for corporate, education, and live event sectors. The showcase will also feature Lightware’s corporate rebrand, aligning its visual persona with its status as a technology innovator. The exhibition will allow Lightware to connect with industry professionals and showcase its continuous efforts to advance audiovisual technology.
Lightware Visual Engineering, a leading manufacturer of connectivity solutions for the professional integrated systems market, announced it will showcase a range of solutions for the corporate, education and live event sectors at ISE 2024, the world’s premier audiovisual and systems integration exhibition.
Throughout the event, taking place in Barcelona from 31 January to 02 February 2024, visitors to the Lightware stand (3N750) will be offered demonstrations of its market-leading Taurus product family, including the Taurus UCX Dual Screen, Taurus TPX and Taurus TPN, along with other innovative connectivity solutions. Lightware will also debut its recent corporate rebrand, which has been developed to better align the company’s visual persona with its status as an innovator in the technology sector.
Lightware’s Taurus TPN is a groundbreaking media-over-IP solution tailored for medium to large conference rooms, redefining the landscape with its reliability, technical sophistication and user-centric features. The Taurus UCX-TPN and HDMI-TPN devices, both leveraging SDVoE technology, form the core of the solution, allowing for the creation of adaptable media-over-IP matrices. Taurus TPN’s unique seamless management of HDMI 2.0 signals, supports up to 4K60 4:4:4 video resolution and its provision of full bandwidth USB 2.0 for high-quality data transmission across 10G Ethernet networks.
In addition, the Taurus UCX-4×3-HCM40 – Dual Screen UCX is an innovative dual display screen solution that redefines meeting room connectivity, seamlessly integrating cutting-edge features to enhance collaboration and deliver a first-class user experience. The UCX-4×3-HCM40’s dual-screen USB-C input is a game-changer for the workspace, supporting 100W charging, a 1GbE USB3 network card compatible with diverse operating systems, and the ability to share external USB3/USB2 devices. Overcoming limitations posed by Apple’s M1/M2/M3 chips, it effortlessly supports two independent 4K60 displays, showcasing its adaptability to various setups.
Complementing its Corporate Solutions demonstrations, ISE attendees can also explore Lightware’s wider solutions portfolio, including extended desktop and conference room configurations, Taurus TPX/Cisco interfacing, BiDi Dante audio integration, and voice tracking solutions, including Lightware’s BYOM Solution with built-in voice tracking function for medium-sized rooms and auditoriums. In addition, Lightware will showcase its solutions in Microsoft Teams Rooms environments as well, to provide truly seamless hybrid meeting experiences.
AV over IP Solutions
ISE 2024 will also witness the premiere of the new 1G AV over IP solution, Gemini GVN, capable of transmitting 4K@60Hz 4:4:4 image quality. Additionally, Lightware will showcase its rental and staging solution, UBEX, which enables uncompressed 4K UHD@60Hz 4:4:4 signal extension with latency-free multistreaming. UBEX is designed for use in a 10G Ethernet network.
“As we celebrate our corporate rebranding, ISE 2024 presents the ideal opportunity for us to reflect on our journey and showcase our latest innovations,” commented Gergely Vida, CEO of Lightware Visual Engineering. “For instance, the Taurus product family is a testament to our commitment to excellence and our continuous pursuit of advancing audiovisual technology, while our rebrand not only celebrates our achievements over the last two-and-a-half decades but our ambitious plans for the years ahead.”