Delta Displays, a leading provider of display technologies, has announced that LESA Accelerated Response using Integrated Analysis and Technology (LARIAT) has selected and installed Delta’s LCD video wall and DVCS control solutions for its real-time crime center in Washington State.
The LARIAT center adopts comprehensive community based data driven approaches to preventing and reducing violent crime. With no precedent to follow, LARIAT turned to Delta and DataPrism to design and provide a solution that would allow them to access and view over key information necessary to stop a crime that is still in progress.
Delta offered its professional grade 46” narrow bezel LCD displays, coupled with the IP-based distributed video wall control system – the DVCS, which supports third party API integration. DataPrism leveraged Delta’s API code to create an intuitive solution, ADMS (Advanced Display Management System), for users to monitor video sources in context on a map on their workstation or drag and drop video sources to the video wall and wall mounted displays.
“Partnering with Delta Displays’ technical team went very well. It allowed us to provide a fluid interaction between the users and their viewing experience,” stated Mark Lacas CEO of DataPrism. “Now it is as easy and as fast to manage disparate video sources on the video wall as it is to move windows on your computer. The Delta / DataPrism solution delighted the client and exceeded their expectations. This is the future of video systems.”