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Fusion solution to videowalls


The 20 new Fusion Video Wall solutions by Chief make it possible to construct video walls in locations where walls aren’t available. The range of modularly designed freestanding and ceiling mounts for single screens, 3x3

videowalls and a variety of other set-ups provides configurations for ceiling- mounted, freestanding and bolt- down solutions. Installer-friendly features include six independent adjustment knobs per display, micro-height and levelling

adjustment at all

column intersection points, and fully integrated cable management.

The solid constructions come in

a variety of configurations, including back-to-back and portrait versions. Stand: 2-C42

Motion detector for KNX BASALTE

With its completely flat design and extremely low height (just 1mm), the Auro motion detector from Basalte is said to fit the requirements for integration into any decor. Add to that its diameter of only 52mm, and

Auro is one of the smallest motion detectors in the market. Auro was developed for use with KNX home automation systems, and contains a built-in light sensor. Depending on the situation, the motion detector can dim the light to different levels, activate different scenes, switch on the light for different periods of time, or handle different lighting thresholds. For example, Auro can be programmed to dim the lights when switched on at night.

In addition, the integrated LED

light can be used for orientation in a dark environment. Independently from the lighting, the motion detector can also steer the ventilation of the room. Auro contains an integrated

temperature sensor, making it possible to measure the temperature in a room without a separate thermometer. The detector can send out a heat alarm when the temperature surpasses a certain threshold. Stand: 7-Q190

Room Remote makes debut BITWISE

Making its international debut at ISE 2014 and being demonstrated live in a theatre environment is the new BitWise Controls Room Remote. The remote can be used to not only control BitWise-connected devices but also the BitWise Touch app, with any command given through the remote instantly transmitted to the app and vice versa. Unlike traditional remotes, says the company, line-of-sight is not required for the Room Remote, giving it the ability to be used in any room of the home. The


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combination of BitWise software, Touch app and Room Remote enables the creation of a centralised automation and control system for homes and businesses.

Backed by what the company describes as a powerful software package, the BitWise Touch app and Room Remote are claimed to provide the ultimate in handheld simplicity without compromising functionality. A computer is needed only for initial programming, and all the features are

customisable for Android- and iOS-capable devices, such as phones and tablets. Adding a Room

Remote and RF receiver to BitWise controllers is said to be easy and multiple remotes can communicate with a single

RF receiver. Stand: 1-N53

EDITOR Paddy Baker +44 20 7354 6002

MANAGING EDITOR Joanne Ruddock +44 20 7354 6002


REPORTERS Michael Burns, David Fox, Monica Heck, Ian McMurray, Steve Montgomery, Paul Watson

DESIGN Adam Butler +44 20 7354 6001

ISE 2014 sees Aavara introduce its new HDMI/USB 2.0 KVM Over IP solution, PB7000, which features full HD HDMI video, multichannel audio, high speed USB and IR/RS-232 control signal broadcasting to multiple TVs, displays or projectors over an IP network. According to Aavara, it is

the ultimate solution for HDMI USB KVM and residential/commercial over Ethernet networks. It boasts unicast, broadcast and multicast HDMI, USB, RS-232 and IR Over Gigabit Ethernet; a VGA out on the receiver for a

Multi-room HDMI distribution applications are among those to benefit from the Aavara PB7000

KVM over IP solution unveiled AAVARA

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non-HDCP video pass- through; and video resolutions of up to 1080p full HD, 720p 3D, and 1920 x 1200 (WUXGA). There is an analogue audio

in/out for an external active speaker, four high speed USB 2.0 ports on the receiver (with keyboard/mouse emulation), and a dip switch for up to 16 video channel multicasting. Furthermore, it features IR remote control video channel switching. The PB7000 is designed for

digital signage, HD KVM Over IP and residential multi-room HDMI distribution applications. Stand: 10-P130

New exhibitors for attendees to discover

Around a dozen companies

Located in the hallway between Halls 8 and 9, ISE’s new Discovery Zone is an opportunity for visitors to catch a glimpse of the future by viewing a range of new-product ideas from small and/or start-up companies that have never previously exhibited at Integrated Systems Europe.

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have signed up for space in the Zone, which has been designed to gain exposure to the ISE buyer audience for businesses that cannot justify the cost or extent of a full stand on the show floor.

With an easy-to-browse

layout and a minimum of complicated stand design, the Discovery Zone is the latest new area of ISE to provide a showcase for emerging companies and technologies.


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