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Vaddio Showcases Innovative New Products Including the World’s First Broadcast Quality USB PTZ Camera at Integrate 2012
Vaddio, leading manufacturer and OEM distributor of specialty PTZ cameras and high-end camera control systems, today announces that it will be showcasing a range of new products, including the ClearVIEW HD-USB - the world’s first broadcast quality HD PTZ camera - for the first time in Australia at Integrate 2012, Australia’s largest audio, audio-visual, entertainment, information & communications technology event.
Vaddio will feature for the first time in Australia its new ClearVIEW HD-USB, the world’s first broadcast quality HD PTZ camera with built in USB and Ethernet streaming. The ClearVIEW HD-USB allows users to directly plug in an HD PTZ camera into a PC, without the need for a separate capture device and uses standard UVC drivers. No special USB drivers need to be installed, allowing the device to work seamlessly with any software application running on any operation system that supports USB 2.0 devices. The ClearVIEW HD-USB also supports H.264 video streaming. In addition, a built in Ethernet network interface allows users to be able to do both IP control and IP Streaming directly from the camera. It also supports either RTSP or HLS streaming protocols and features a 19x optical zoom lens with a 58.1-degree wide angle of view
Vaddio will also be showcasing for the first time in Australia at Integrate 2012 it’s new EasyTALK USB - a suite of professional audio components that allow integrators the ability to get professional-grade audio performance from their computers. With USB connectivity, integrators now have an easy way to add high quality microphones and loudspeakers to their computer system.
The suite includes the EasyUSB Mixer Amp and EasyTALK MicPOD microphones. In addition, Easy Talk USB works seamlessly with any software application running on any operating system that supports USB 2.0 devices.
Easy USB Tools
Vaddio's EasyUSB Tools provides users with the Pro AV quality computer peripherals needed to transform a personal computer into an effective, affordable meeting room system. Vaddio’s EasyUSB Tools include an HD USB PTZ camera, a USB audio mixer/amplifier, USB microphone options – and for control, a web-based room control system. For those legacy and traditional AV systems, the kit also includes Vaddio’s AV Bridge. The AV Bridge lets users connect audio and video inputs to their computer through a USB connection, allowing the integration of legacy AV systems into group collaboration software.
WEBBI Web-Based Server Appliance
To control all of Vaddio’s Easy USB tools, Vaddio offers WEBBI, a single web-based service appliance, with a universal browser-based control panel designed to control all EasyUSB devices including cameras, video sources and audio. The browser can be used on any PC, tablet, smartphone, wireless mouse and keypad making it a truly plug-and-play solution.
Rob Sheeley, President of Vaddio said, “As more enterprise videoconferencing users adopt soft codecs, demand for higher quality and better performance webcams is on the rise. Our range of easy plug and play solutions offer the high quality without the associated complex integration processes. We are proud to showcase our products for the first time in Australia at Integrate 2012. The exhibition provides the perfect platform to launch our new products into the market and we are extremely excited about this opportunity.”
Mary Giugni, Exhibition Manager, Integrate 2012 at Diversified Exhibitions Australia said “Integrate has been the launch pad for numerous ‘world first’ products and we are pleased that Vaddio has selected Integrate 2012 to showcase its new products for the first time in Australia. Vaddio is one of many exhibitors who will be showcasing world first products so we are extremely excited for this year’s event”.
For more information visit Vaddio’s stand # H16 at Integrate 2012 Exhibition.
Vaddio is the leading manufacturer and OEM distributor of specialty PTZ cameras and high-end camera control systems in the broadcasting, audiovisual and videoconferencing industries. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN, Vaddio also has operations throughout the Americas, as well as sales and support partners throughout the world. More information can be found on the Vaddio website, www.vaddio.com or at (800) 572.2011.
Integrate 2012, in association with InfoComm International, is Australia’s largest audio visual, entertainment, information & communications technology event, held August 21 - 23, at the Sydney Convention & Exhibition Centre. The event is expected to attract visitors from the audio-visual industry as well as corporate, education, property & interior design, retail & venue and places of worship professionals. For more information, visit the event website at www.integrate-expo.com or ‘Like’ us on Facebook; ‘Follow’ us on Twitter; or ‘Join’ us on LinkedIn.
About Diversified Exhibitions Australia
Diversified Exhibitions is one of Australia’s largest exhibition organising companies with a portfolio of 30 trade and consumer exhibitions, operating in key industry sectors such as Food, Security, Building, Oil & Gas, Fitness and Retail. Diversified runs exhibitions at premier venues throughout Australia. Its head-office is in Melbourne. Further information:www.divexhibitions.com.au
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